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    how do i reset the change oil light?

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    shit... i think you turn the car to "on" (don't start) and hold the trip button down for 10 seconds...

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    I think you turn the key to on and immediatly push the gas pedel 3 times. Don't slam it as quick as you can but don't do it slow as you can either just steady one two three then turn the key off.

    Might be 5 times but I'm pretty sure its 3.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gnomee View Post
    I think you turn the key to on and immediatly push the gas pedel 3 times. Don't slam it as quick as you can but don't do it slow as you can either just steady one two three then turn the key off.

    Might be 5 times but I'm pretty sure its 3.
    maybe that is it... if it is it's 3 times...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnomee View Post
    I think you turn the key to on and immediatly push the gas pedel 3 times. Don't slam it as quick as you can but don't do it slow as you can either just steady one two three then turn the key off.

    Might be 5 times but I'm pretty sure its 3.
    Yepp three times
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    thanks ill try both

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    My 99 Formula is trip button for 12 seconds

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    Turn the key to on...not start (as previously mentioned) and push down the trip button until the "change oil light" flashes/blinks....it's supposed to take around 10 seconds holding down the trip button for the light to flash....once you see it flash, you've reset it.....

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    all will do as stated above...

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    its the trip button.....

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    yea i just pressed the trip button for 10 sec with iginition on (not started) thanks!

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