oil change. reseting change light

Asked by Apr 29, 2010 at 09:58 AM about the Kia Soul

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Where is this light

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it could be the light for low oil, you might not have used sufficient amount. Still, I'm not sure as you have not clearly mentioned what light it is. Black Friday cell phone offers http://www.cellhub.com/black-friday-deals.html

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explain the qs so that we can help. till then u can visit the following site to fet some kia soul info. http://kia-soul.org/

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You can find any Kia oil life monitor reset procedure at this site here: https://carhowto.com/reset-kia-engine-oil-service.html/ They have just about every make and model on the road, with great descriptions and some video tutorials.

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