How do I turn off the maintenance required light after an oil change

Asked by Jan 16, 2013 at 02:50 PM about the 2010 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Locate the button used to toggle between your trip odometer, which should be near the speedometer display. Press the button and hold it down. Turn your vehicle's ignition to the "acc" setting while holding the button. Do not crank the vehicle. Hold the position for five seconds and turn the ignition key off. Release the button. The maintenance light will be reset and will illuminate again the next time service is due.

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How do I reset the maintenance light after the oil change 2014 toyota corolla sport which button igintion

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Do just like the first post said but make sure your odometer trip A trip B button is set to trip A first or it wont work.

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Are you sure? I have a 2016 corolla and I did this and all I did was reset my trip A mileage. Specifically, I held the button down that switches the display to Trip A, then, with my foot off the brake pedal, I pushed the ignition button. I held the select button for over 10 seconds. But the only thing that reset was my trip A mileage.

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I have a 2015 Corolla to reset the maintenance required light I put he car in drive with parking brake applied and trip meters zeros out, but in a setting.Then tun ignition to acc and watch little white line in odometer section count down to none

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