After an oil change, How do I reset the oil indicator to 100%?

Asked by Apr 06, 2014 at 09:23 PM about the Saturn Aura

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I had my oil changed in my 2007 and I don't know how to reset the oil indicator? Can someone help?

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your owners manualshould tell you how

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Saturn Aura/Saturn Outlook •Step 1 Turn the ignition to "Run" (with the engine off and the vehicle in "Park"). •Step 2 Press the trip odometer button repeatedly, until "Oil Life Remaining" displays on your instrument cluster. •Step 3 Press and hold the trip odometer button until the light flashes; you will hear three chimes, and the "Oil Life Remaining" display will reset to "100%

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