My 2013 Toyota Corolla is out of winshield washer, could this be the cause of the maintenance required light to come on? And if so, once I full it up with the liquid should the light automatically shu

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Asked by Apr 13, 2015 at 07:32 PM about the 2013 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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yep

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http://www.toyota.com/t3Portal/document/om/OM12F86U/pdf/sec_05-02.pdf Page 426 The "maintenance required" light is an oil change reminder Filling the washer fluid will not turn it off. If you want to turn it off cierra give the word and I will explain how. Some Corollas have this icon, some don't for low fluid. Sorry it's crude, I couldn't copy from a pdf file so I drew this

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thanks ford nut...i figured it would be serviced..

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Hi Kelly. I don't know much about ALL cars but Corollas I do. I have studied up on them and participate in the Toyota web-site owners Q&A . I really suck at trying to draw with a mouse but I think it got my intent. And it does not go off with an oil change, must be turned off manually. It counts miles, running time and engine revolutions, so it may light up sooner than 5000 miles with a lot of idling and no highway driving

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ok..yep..my second car i had a choice between a toy corolla or a 1964 ford427ci thunder bolt..same owner..i bought the ford for $675.00 in 1970..it took me 2 years to trash it...traded it for one of my many chevelles...

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Now THAT is a way cool car. Good choice

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I just got my car serviced about a month ago. But now my ac isn't working very well.

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Did you buy the car new, and if not has it been 3 years or 36,000 miles yet? If it is under 3 years from date of sale, whether you bought it new or not it's still under a Full bumper-to bumper warranty. But Toyota does not count A/C as part of drive-train and the 5 year 60,000 mile warranty

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