How to Reset Maintenance Required Light in a Toyota
Reset the maintenance required light in a Toyota after you change your oil
so you know when to do your next oil change. This process works on most
Toyotas including Camry, Tacoma, Corolla, Avalon, Tundra, Sienna, Rav4,
4Runner, and many more.
Step 1: Turn the car to the "run" position and make sure the odometer is
showing (some Toyota's need to be on "Trip A"
Step 2: Hold down the "reset trip" button and shut the car off.
Step 3: Keep holding the "reset trip" button and turn the key to the "run"
Step 4: Wait for the "Reset maintenance required" light to shut off and
then you are done.
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This is a video I made showing how I helped my friend Bryan fix the
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system are the same from vehicle to vehicle, so this fix may very likely
help even if you have a different vehicle.
I also talked about how the cooling system in your car should work, and
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If you have annotations disabled, please enable them for this video. There
are a few points that I needed to clarify after the fact.
Like I said in the video, feel free to ask questions in the comments. I
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