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Old 23 Jun 2006, 09:22 am
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Default Anyone know how to reset 2006 civic oil change %?

the lube center changed my oil but doesn't know how to reset the
computer......any help? thanks in advance

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Old 23 Jun 2006, 09:27 am
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Default Re: Anyone know how to reset 2006 civic oil change %?

I believe it's in the manual. Don't have mine here at work though.

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Old 23 Jun 2006, 09:51 am
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Default Re: Anyone know how to reset 2006 civic oil change %?

jkk6028@yahoo.com wrote:
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> the lube center changed my oil but doesn't know how to reset the
> computer......any help? thanks in advance



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The answer should be in the glove box. It's a 2006 for goodness sakes.

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Old 23 Jun 2006, 06:50 pm
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jkk6028@yahoo.com wrote:
> the lube center changed my oil but doesn't know how to reset the
> computer......any help? thanks in advance


Here's how we do it on our 2005 Pilot:

With the ignition turned off, press down and hold the Trip Meter Reset
Button.

Turn the ignition to the ON position (not so far that the starter motor
engages), and continue holding down the Trip Meter Reset Button.

The Engine Maintenance Light (or whatever it is called) will eventually
start flashing, then you'll hear a beep, then the light will go out.

It's reset.

I'm doing this from memory, so may not have the exact terms right. By
the way, it's not in the manual. I found this myself by searching
usenet.

Good Luck,
Brian

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Old 23 Jun 2006, 08:45 pm
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"FlyWithTwo" <FlyWithTwo@comcast.net> wrote in message
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>
> I'm doing this from memory, so may not have the exact terms right. By
> the way, it's not in the manual. I found this myself by searching
> usenet.


You didn't read the manual closely enough. It is covered in the manual. You
also didn't do this guy any favour, he has to read your answer just as he
would have if he looked in the manual.


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Old 24 Jun 2006, 05:41 pm
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Default Re: Anyone know how to reset 2006 civic oil change %?

2005 Pilot doesn't have the maintenance schedule on the dash like the '06's
do. He's not talking about the Maintenance light. There are a bunch if
idiot percentages on the 06 vehicles.

G-Man



"FlyWithTwo" <FlyWithTwo@comcast.net> wrote in message
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>
> jkk6028@yahoo.com wrote:
>> the lube center changed my oil but doesn't know how to reset the
>> computer......any help? thanks in advance

>
> Here's how we do it on our 2005 Pilot:
>
> With the ignition turned off, press down and hold the Trip Meter Reset
> Button.
>
> Turn the ignition to the ON position (not so far that the starter motor
> engages), and continue holding down the Trip Meter Reset Button.
>
> The Engine Maintenance Light (or whatever it is called) will eventually
> start flashing, then you'll hear a beep, then the light will go out.
>
> It's reset.
>
> I'm doing this from memory, so may not have the exact terms right. By
> the way, it's not in the manual. I found this myself by searching
> usenet.
>
> Good Luck,
> Brian
>



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