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.
Read the owners manual. It has step-by-step instructions.
A person can reset the maintenance required light on a 2004 Toyota Sienna by holding down the odometer trip button. A series of zeroes will appear, which indicates that the light has been reset.
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.
Yes, it has a chain. No maintenance is required.
If you have done the required work to correct the problem, all you then have to do is remove the battery cables from the battery, wait 10 seconds then replace them. This will reset the check engine light. The above answer is incorrect. Removing the battery cable will not reset the check engine light. This must be done with an OBD2 scan tool. You said maintenance required light. Are you referring to the light that reminds you to change the oil. If so, you can reset this light according to instructions found in your owner's manual.
Press and hold the odometer reset button while at the same time turning the ignition on without starting the engine. After 5 seconds the light will go out.
same as a 2005 odometer OS on turn key off hold reset turn key on loght flashes then turn off
How do you reset the maintenance required light on a 2004 Honda CRV Do you take it to the dealer This is 60K plus miles.?" Hold Down the trip counter button make sure it is on miles as you hold it down and have it down slowly turn on the key and that should reset it or just take the battery cable off if you don't want to go through all that.
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.
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.
Permanent filter in the fuel tank. No regular maintenance required.
Reset the light by following the procedure below: 1. Turn the ignition key to the "OFF" position. 2. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" position while holding down the trip meter reset button.
My guess is that it means there is some maintenance required. The light usually comes at certain milage intervals unless there is a failure somewhere in the engine or related systems. You might go to an AutoZone auto parts store and they will be able to determine the failure code. Some times they can advise you of the necessary replacemment part. Other times you'll just have to go to the Honda dealer.
i tryed on my car it does not work pit light still on
This information is listed in your owners manual. Try holding the odometer reset button in while turning on the ignition. Wait for the light to go out. This may or may not work. It works on my 2004 Accord.
On my 2005 Element it goes like this. Turn off engine. Press and hold the Select/Reset button on the instrument panel, then turn the ignition switch to on. Hold the button for about 10 seconds until the indicator light goes out.
It is a permanent filter mounted in the fuel tank. No maintenance is required.
Set the odometer reading to total miles and not to trip miles. Now press and hold the odometer reset button in and turn the ignition switch to the on position. (Do not start the engine). After around 5 seconds of holding the reset button in the maintenance required light will go off and be reset. Release the button and turn the ignition off.
The Service Vehicle or Maintenance Required light is there to remind you to do scheduled service on time. When the light comes on look in your owner's manual to see what service is due. Normally this means change the oil/filter. This is not the same as the Check Engine light which means there is a problem with the emission's system.
Instructions are located on Page 59 of the Owner's Manual for a 2004 CR-V (Instrument Panel section, under Maintenance Required Indicator). 1) Turn off the engine 2) Press & hold the Select/Reset button on the instrument panel (the bar-type button to the bottom right of the speedometer), then turn the ignition switch to on. 3) Continue to hold the button for about 10 seconds until the indicator light goes off. I've got a 2004 model myself. This works like a charm. Good luck!