How do I reset the "Service Reqiured" light/indicator?

Asked by Sep 15, 2007 at 01:24 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You may need to have the dealership run a diagnostic scan on it to see if something is wrong. If it is merely an oil-change light, they can also tell you how to reset that yourself in the future. I believe Service Required is similar to the Check Engine light which is more involved.

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If the service required light is an amber light(yellow) and it remains on after you start vehicle , it means , your computer has set a trouble code and the vehicle needs servicing . Sometimes the code can set if you , or the gas attendant , leaves the gas cap on loose/ off . The computer is very picky about emissions leaks , and it will turn on the light of you leave the gas cap off , or loose . ( this usually happens very soon after you fill up the car with gas ) If cap is on tight , you should proceed to a repair shop for diagnosis of problem.

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