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Lauren Gibs
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Asked by Lauren Mar 10, 2011 at 10:36 PM about the Dodge Caliber

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car keeps telling me i need to change my oil even after i get it changed.. and i turn it off and its off for a few days but comes back on again.. and its does that often idk what else to do with it..

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Omron
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Hi , the Dealer resets something after an oil change, ask then if you can reset yourself. Omron out

Bryan Dell
5

turn your key forward till all the gauge light come on and the dinging stops pump your gas 3 time the turn the key off then start your car

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