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.
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i tryed on my car it does not work pit light still on
You don't. There is no cabin air filter on the Gen I Solara. The interior air filter appeared on the 2004 (gen II) and later Solara. Cheers
It normally means you need to change the oil/filter. But it can also mean other maintenance is required. Refer to your owner's manual.
See answers already posted to "How do you change oil on a 2004 Toyota Solara," "How do you change oil on a 2006 Toyota Solara," "How do you change oil on a 2007 Solara." They're the same as the '08. The short answer is, oil changes are the same on almost all vehicles. 1. Place a suitable container (5 quarts or more for the Solara) under the car. 2. Remove the drain plug and let the oil empty into it. 3. Replace the drain plug and move the container until it's under the filter 4. Spin the filter off (in the case of the Solara it's wise to place rags or paper towels under the filter to prevent a mess on the floor) 5. Replace filter 6. Add five quarts of oil 7. Start engine, check for leaks 8. Reset maintenance light. Cheers
Sorry, there isn't a cabin filter on the Gen I Solara. The filter came with the Gen II (2004) and later models. Cheers
how do you reset change the oil light in a 2004 alero?
The maintenance light is a reminder that it's time for a scheduled service, most likely an oil change. The light on the Solara blinks several times when you turn on your key 4500 miles after the last oil change (or reset of the light). It'll flash like that for every engine start until 5000 miles when the light comes on solid and stays on indicating you're now 'past' the recommended oil change interval. Change your oil and filter then, to reset the light turn your key on: 1. Push the combination odometer/dash light brightness button on your dash until you're looking at the total mileage display, not one of the trip meters. Turn the key off. 2. Now hold that same button in while you turn the key on (don't start the engine). 3. Holding the button watch the display. The numbers will vanish one by one. When they're all gone the light will go out. Now you're good to go for another 4500-5000 miles. BTW the reason for the maintenance light is shown in your owners manual. The reset procedure is not.
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WHICH brake light?
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Yes , the 3.3 liter V6 engine in a 2004 Toyota Solara has a timing BELT ( P.S. - it is NOT an interference engine )
that u are due for regular schedualled maintenence
this happened on my car it is prob a vacum leak
The service light indicator on a 2004 Chevy Cavalier tells its owners when to send the vehicle in for maintenance. To reset the light, unplug the battery for five seconds.
It means there is scheduled maintenance required based on your mileage. Can be just an oil change or can be something else like you need to replace the cam belt. Open your owner's manual and it will tell you exactly what is needed.
No. The Generation I Solara doesn't have a cabin air filter. There are filters (behind the glove box door) for the Gen II Solara (2004 and later). Cheers
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This light comes on about every 5000 miles or so to remind you to change the oil. Reset as follows: with the ignition switch in the off position, hold in the the trip odometer. Now turn your key to the on position and you will see a series of zeros or dashes begin to appear. Once that stops, your maintenance light will be reset.
According to the owners manual for my 2004 Sienna, all it means is that an oil change is due. You can google how to reset the light, in case the guys in the shop forget to.
One year and possibly some color options. The first year for the Generation II Solara (different body style) was 2004. Cheers
The 2004-2008 Toyota Solara takes 24" driver side and 19" passenger side replacement windshield wiper blades.
Permanent filter in the fuel tank. No regular maintenance required.
Disconet the battery for 15 minutes this will reset your oil change light