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    Question how to reset after changing oil?

    Hi, guys I'm new to the forum & I have a dumb question. I lost my hand book to my '04 GTO & I had the oil changed a week ago. Now the system is telling me to change the oil how do I reset the system?


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    1st, read the manual.

    2nd, turn the key to on, then press the gas pedal to the floor twice. Then turn the key off.

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    Welcome Txcosmos!!!!!
    Yup...sometimes you have to press the gas pedal down 3-4 times to get it to work...Like ol Tex sez...turn the key on ( do not start the car...just turn the key on)and within like 5 seconds floor it 3-4 times...
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    Thank Guys - I am going to have to order another manual. My wife misplaced mine.

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    Just bustin your balls...

    I hated when people would either tell me to search, or go read the manual. That's why I am on this board now.

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    Please do a search...we do not bust folks ass for asking a question no matter how many times it's been answered.....we are not search elitist Also called pricks...

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    Don't know if the GTO is the same but on the Camaros you can turn the key to the "On" position and then hold down the trip-meter button for a few seconds until it stars beeping and will reset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotrod
    Don't know if the GTO is the same but on the Camaros you can turn the key to the "On" position and then hold down the trip-meter button for a few seconds until it stars beeping and will reset.
    The GTO are different as stated above is the correct and only way to reset the oil change notifier....

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    cause the new GTO's suck.....im just bustin on you man....its cool...i dont like any of the new cars made by GM past 2002....stupid fly by wire bullshit

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    Quote Originally Posted by lrader99
    cause the new GTO's suck.....im just bustin on you man....its cool...i dont like any of the new cars made by GM past 2002....stupid fly by wire bullshit
    Well hell ya they suck...they were built upside down and we had to figure all this shit out!

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