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Old 08 Oct 2004, 11:06 am
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Default 94 Integra "Maintenance Req'd" light

How would I reset this light? I'm pretty good about keeping up the
maintenance on my cars, so I'm thinking about just removing the bulb. But
before I do, does anyone know if anything happens if this light is not reset
after a certain period of time?

Thanks


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Old 08 Oct 2004, 11:58 am
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Default Re: 94 Integra "Maintenance Req'd" light

BigBadBob <themightymutt2000@yahoo.com> wrote:
> How would I reset this light? I'm pretty good about keeping up the
> maintenance on my cars, so I'm thinking about just removing the bulb. But
> before I do, does anyone know if anything happens if this light is not reset
> after a certain period of time?


> Thanks



Turn the engine on, reach under the steering and to the right of
steering column. You will feel a square button behind the panel. Push
this button and hold it until the light goes out.

AFAIK, that light will simply stay on if you do not reset it and annoy
you

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Old 08 Oct 2004, 12:28 pm
John Ings
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Default Re: 94 Integra "Maintenance Req'd" light


>> How would I reset this light? I'm pretty good about keeping up the
>> maintenance on my cars, so I'm thinking about just removing the bulb. But
>> before I do, does anyone know if anything happens if this light is not reset
>> after a certain period of time?

>
>Turn the engine on, reach under the steering and to the right of
>steering column. You will feel a square button behind the panel. Push
>this button and hold it until the light goes out.
>
>AFAIK, that light will simply stay on if you do not reset it and annoy
>you


It's just a convenience reminder that works off milage.
It doesn't relate to any particular maintenance requirement.



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Old 10 Oct 2004, 07:35 pm
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Default Re: 94 Integra "Maintenance Req'd" light

If you have as hard time finding the square button then I recommend getting
on your back and looking under that panel. It should be obvious then. I
had to do this the first time I had to reset that button.


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> BigBadBob <themightymutt2000@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> How would I reset this light? I'm pretty good about keeping up the
>> maintenance on my cars, so I'm thinking about just removing the bulb. But
>> before I do, does anyone know if anything happens if this light is not
>> reset
>> after a certain period of time?

>
>> Thanks

>
>
> Turn the engine on, reach under the steering and to the right of
> steering column. You will feel a square button behind the panel. Push
> this button and hold it until the light goes out.
>
> AFAIK, that light will simply stay on if you do not reset it and annoy
> you
>
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> Khalid Aziz



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