how to reset computer after oil change

Asked by Nov 02, 2007 at 04:20 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Most of the foreign cars have a button in the fuse panel which can be pressed to turn off the oil change indicator light, if this is what you're referring to.

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1. Turn on the ignition to "ACC" and hold the odometer button until the display reads actual mileage (not the trip "A" or "B") 2. Turn ignition switch off 3. Hold in the same button as in step 1 4. While holding the button, turn ignition switch to "ON" 5. The "MAINT REQD" light should then go off

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Thank you! right on the money....

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thanks

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For 2008 Toyota Camry + hybrids (which is a little diff then 07') this is my 2nd try to post so it's short version... Do the same steps pretty much but when pushing in the trip button, while pushing it in Turn it to the right and hold it there, no brake, push start button twice (x2) and on the 2nd time hold the start butt. down until it resets!!! Done :)

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2008 toy camry This is for u who r looking for 08' not 07' I searched and this one came up but it's to reset 07' Use mu instructions in conjunction and u shld b able to reset... It just I'm posting on my iPhone which isn't as easy when on a computer... Yeah I know.... Atleast I'm doing it..lol

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For the 2008 Camry you'll need to do the same except do this at TRIP A. Set TRIP A to 0.0, turn off then turn back to ON while holding the odometer button down. Continue to hold the ODO button until you see dashes at the bottom then it goes to 000000. The Maint Req light will go off.

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Thank You So Much You Are A Life Safer. I Almost Spent Money Just To Have The Maint Reqd Light Tunr Off. God Bless You And Keep Up The Good Work.

Thanks Udeman1011. I have a 2008 and kept trying the other steps and no luck. Your suggestions worked.

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Hi after following all theses steps after oil change the maintenance required light does not turn off I have done it before but this time it is not working I have a 07 campy help !

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