I can't get the change oil light to turn off, service station tried, I tried manually & even with a scan tool, still to no avail. Why would it stay lit? How else can I get reset?

Asked by Nov 21, 2015 at 09:54 PM about the 2004 Buick Rendezvous CXL AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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59,955

Cut key to the on position ,to the left of the steering wheel is the driver information center,flip through with mode button to the oil,then hold the reset button for 5 seconds,flip key to off after reset,then back on,should reset it to 0%,if you need more info,go to youtube there are videos to show you this.

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59,955

I ment to say the set button for 5 seconds.

I only have a basic system, no dic

I have also tried the manual way (key on depress gas 3 times in 5 second, key of, start) but it don't work for 3 different people that have tried

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