how do you reset the maintance indicator off

Asked by Dec 17, 2006 at 12:47 PM about the 2004 Toyota Camry Solara SE Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the maintance light is on and i just changed the oil how do you turn it off

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Hi Buffy, Usually, at least on my Toyota, you go through the following process and it should reset the maintenance light. 1. Put the key in the ignition 2. Hold down the trip reset button on the dash (its located below the odometer) 3. While holding down the button, turn the key to the next position (so that all the electronics go on.) The odometer should be showing a series of lines that will start to disappear one after the other. Once all of the lines are gone the maintenance light should be reset. Good luck!

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Lightgears answer is correct...there is I believe 3 settings Odometer, trip a, and trip b. Make sure it is on Odometer when you hold the button.

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Hi, i have toyota solara 1999. Today when i drive the trac off light on . So how i can off it.

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