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Old 06 Sep 2006, 08:27 pm   #1 (permalink)
Chuck
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I have an 04 Camry LE. I had the oil changed, but they did not reset the
maint. req light. How do I reset it? The owners manual does not say
anything about it. Thanks.

Chuck


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Old 06 Sep 2006, 08:50 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Chuck wrote:
> I have an 04 Camry LE. I had the oil changed, but they did not reset the
> maint. req light. How do I reset it? The owners manual does not say
> anything about it. Thanks.
>
> Chuck
>
>

Recently had a similar situation and took it to the dealer, they pulled
it in, pushed the odometer reset button a few times in a certain pattern
and that was that. I'm sure your local dealer will do it for you
gratis, as mine did. They explained it to me but I didn't pay attention
very well!
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Old 10 Sep 2006, 05:54 pm   #3 (permalink)
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I went to the dealer this week and asked them. I had to hve the key in the
off position, push the odometer reset and hold it, then turn the key to on
(but not start the car). I watched six bars in the odometer window window
go away one by one. After all six were gone I turned the key off and
released the odometer button. Start the car and the maint. req light is
off.

Chuck



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> Chuck wrote:
> > I have an 04 Camry LE. I had the oil changed, but they did not reset

the
> > maint. req light. How do I reset it? The owners manual does not say
> > anything about it. Thanks.
> >
> > Chuck
> >
> >

> Recently had a similar situation and took it to the dealer, they pulled
> it in, pushed the odometer reset button a few times in a certain pattern
> and that was that. I'm sure your local dealer will do it for you
> gratis, as mine did. They explained it to me but I didn't pay attention
> very well!



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Old 13 Sep 2006, 08:54 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Chuck wrote:
> I went to the dealer this week and asked them. I had to hve the key in the
> off position, push the odometer reset and hold it, then turn the key to on
> (but not start the car). I watched six bars in the odometer window window
> go away one by one. After all six were gone I turned the key off and
> released the odometer button. Start the car and the maint. req light is
> off.
>
> Chuck
>
>
>
> "Matt" <mjrdjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:OVKLg.59$Ka1.29@news01.roc.ny...
>> Chuck wrote:
>>> I have an 04 Camry LE. I had the oil changed, but they did not reset

> the
>>> maint. req light. How do I reset it? The owners manual does not say
>>> anything about it. Thanks.
>>>
>>> Chuck
>>>
>>>

>> Recently had a similar situation and took it to the dealer, they pulled
>> it in, pushed the odometer reset button a few times in a certain pattern
>> and that was that. I'm sure your local dealer will do it for you
>> gratis, as mine did. They explained it to me but I didn't pay attention
>> very well!

>
>

Beautiful. Thanks for the instructions Chuck.
Matt
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