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Old 19 Nov 2004, 11:50 am
Treibs
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Default 2004 Maintenance Light reset sequence . . .

This'll come in handy for those who do their own oil changes. It
resets that annoying "Maintenace Required" warning light that comes on
at 7,500 miles. Worked on both my 2004 Accord EX and Pilot EX:

1) With engine turned off, press & hold the mileage reset stem on the
speedometer
2) Start engine
3) Wait 10 - 20 secs until light goes off
4) Release the reset stem

Done!
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Old 19 Nov 2004, 12:37 pm
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Default Re: 2004 Maintenance Light reset sequence . . .


"Treibs" <treibs@treibs.com> wrote in message
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> This'll come in handy for those who do their own oil changes. It
> resets that annoying "Maintenace Required" warning light that comes on
> at 7,500 miles. Worked on both my 2004 Accord EX and Pilot EX:
>
> 1) With engine turned off, press & hold the mileage reset stem on the
> speedometer
> 2) Start engine
> 3) Wait 10 - 20 secs until light goes off
> 4) Release the reset stem
>
> Done!



I wonder how long it will be before someone asks this newsgroup how to turn
off the Maintenance Required light. People who don't read the manual will
probably not look for anything in this group but will just post the
question.

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Old 19 Nov 2004, 01:20 pm
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Default Re: 2004 Maintenance Light reset sequence . . .


"bearman" <noyb@home.com> wrote in message
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> I wonder how long it will be before someone asks this newsgroup how to

turn
> off the Maintenance Required light. People who don't read the manual will
> probably not look for anything in this group but will just post the
> question.


It will probably happen this weekend.

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Old 25 Nov 2004, 09:45 am
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Default Re: 2004 Maintenance Light reset sequence . . .

I thought that is the reason for newsgroups. People sharing there thoughts
,idea's and solutions.


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Old 25 Nov 2004, 10:21 am
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"Jack" <jsteck@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> I thought that is the reason for newsgroups. People sharing there thoughts
> ,idea's and solutions.


If you're going to read the answer here, why not save the electrons an
untimely and possibly ugly death and read the Owners Manual first?

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anything, but you still can't help but smile when
you see one tumble down the stairs.


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