How to turn off 'maintenance' light on dash

Asked by Jan 13, 2014 at 10:11 AM about the 2004 Honda CR-V LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Recently purchased a 2004 CRV with 98000 miles and 'maintenance' light on.The oil
change garage could not get the light to go out after changing the oil.what should I do?

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You can reset it yourself......1) Turn they key to the II position 2) Turn the key to the off position, and push and hold in the odometer reset/trip button 3) Turn they key back to the II position, while still holding the button untill the light goes out.

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it worked..thanks

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Worked for me too that light is so annoying! 2005 CRV

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Thanks for this. I just replaced the battery and changed the oil. I called the dealership and, after giving me the wrong radio code, they also said I would need to 'come in to the shop' to reset the main req'd light. What a bunch of sheisters.

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I wouldn't go back to that shop if they do not know how to reset an oil light.

Worked like a charm have 193000 miles and running strong great Honda .

Had oil changed and after leaving on trip the next day my engine light came on. Put over six hundred miles on it with light still on, ran like a champ. Tried your method did not work. Going on 221,000 miles.

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