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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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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66,575

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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