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Asked by Jan 07, 2013 at 10:17 PM about the 2002 Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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The MAINT REQ'D light becomes lit when your car travels a certain number of miles. It is basically a reminder that it is time to have your car's scheduled maintenance (oil and oil filter change) done. This light is typically reset (turned off) by your dealer or repair center when your car gets it's scheduled maintenance (oil change or whatever). You can easily turn this light off by yourself. If you would like to turn it off yourself, perform the following steps. --- 1. Turn off the engine. The car should not be running when performing these steps. ---- 2 Press and hold the select/reset knob. This knob is located on the instrument panel. It will be sticking out on the bottom right of instrument panel. It's the same knob that is used to reset the trip mileage or change what is displayed in the mileage/temperature box. 3 While holding the knob, turn the ignition switch (the key) to on (II) position. Continue holding the knob for approximately 10 seconds. The MAINT REQ'D light will turn off.

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