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How do you turn off the maintenance light after you change the oil on a 2004 Solara?

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2015-07-16 18:24:13
2015-07-16 18:24:13

Step 1 Turn the key to the 'on' position.

Step 2 Reset both trip meters to zero. you can reset the trip meters to zero by selecting trip A or trip B and holding in the trip meter button for five (5) seconds.

Step 3 After both trip meters are reset, select any trip meter and hold in the trip meter button and start the car.

Step 4 Continue holding the trip meter button until the "maintenance required' light disappears.

Have Fun, King Geoff

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