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What is wrong with a 1991 Honda Accord if the maintenance required button is red and it had full service 3 just weeks ago?

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2005-03-31 02:11:09
2005-03-31 02:11:09

the dealer should of reset it when they did the service. To reset the maintenance required button, insert your key into the slot next to the required maintenance button on the dash and push it in. It will reset the button to "green".

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With the engine and ignition off push and hold in the odometer reset button. While holding that button in, turn on the ignition but do not start the engine. After about 5 seconds the light will go off and the maintenance required light will have been reset.

It just needs an oil change. If you take it to a Honda dealership to get it fixed, they will normally reset it for you. On the 1995 Honda Accord station wagon, the 'maintenance required' indicator is easily reset by using a key to push in the little flat 'button' located near the indicator.

Its different depending on year, and trim package. The lube guy at any service shop should be able to walk you through it, and it is in your owners manual. On your 05 Accord, press and hold the odometer reset button while you turn the ignition switch to the on position without starting the engine. After 5 seconds the maintenance required light will reset.

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IT'S TIME TO CHANGE OIL. THIER SHOULD A SMALL BUTTON TO PUSH IN TO RESET.

The maintenance required indicator is a reminder to change your oil. If you reset it (refer to owners manual) each time you change you oil, then supposedly based on how you drive it the car will tell you to when to change the oil. just a service indicator - probably an oil change reminder. on my 92 accord there was a little reset button near it (small and needing a pen or something to push it) to make it go away.

Press and hold the odometer trip reset button while at the same time turning on the ignition key without starting the engine. The maintenance required light will go off in about 5 seconds.

Two reset the maintenance required light on a 2005 Honda Accord all you have to do is hold the odometer reset button on the gage panel for about 30 seconds while the key is in the on position. Not running just in the on position. it will reset.

Usually it is pre programmed for oil changes and routine maintenance.

Press and hold the odometer reset button while at the same time turning the ignition to the on position. Do not start the engine. After around 5 seconds the maintenance required light will reset.

It means Maintence is required. Open your owner's manual and it will explain this in detail. If this is the same as on a 1996 Honda Accord then after you get your oil changed if you push the button that is right next to it it will turn green again that is my take on it. Mine turned from yellow to red and I pushed the button and it did nothing but after I changed the oil and pushed the button it turned back to green.

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Mine always came on when it was due for an oil change. I have a 1999 ex v6 coupe with the 3.0 liter motor. I assume the maintenance light would come on at regular intervals regardless of the motor, however.

To reset the MAINTENANCE REQUIRED light:- Have key inserted in ignition but in the OFF or LOCKED position.- Push and hold the trip reset button on the right bottom corner of your gauge clutster. (this is the same button that you use to reset your mileage counter)- Turn key to full ON position and continue holding the button till the light goes off. (at least 10 seconds) The above is true for Honda accord models upto 2001 and possibly for newer ones too.

Press the "step" button until "0 miles to service" is displayed. Hold "reset" until it resets.

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.

Push your key into the little recessed button on the instrument panel right next to the maintenance indicator. Should turn green.

hold the odometere botton down before putting the ket, turn it to the on postition while holding the odometer button for about 20sec and then turn it on. that's it

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Listed in your owner's manual. Next to the maintenance required light, you should see a small slot with a button in it. Stick your ignition key into the slot and hold it in for about 10 seconds. When you start your car, the light should be green, indicating that it has been reset. The maintenance light will turn orange automatically the next time that the mileage reaches one of Honda's recommended maintenance intervals.

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