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Old 15 Mar 2005, 06:49 pm
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I've changed the oil on my 2004 Honda Civic and would like to shut off
the check engine light. On my 2000 this was possible via the odomoter
reset button. Does anyone know how to do it on the 2004?
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Old 15 Mar 2005, 08:16 pm
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I didn't know that the civic uses the check engine light to indicate an oil
change is due.


"jaipunk" <jaipaul.masseysingh@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> I've changed the oil on my 2004 Honda Civic and would like to shut off
> the check engine light. On my 2000 this was possible via the odomoter
> reset button. Does anyone know how to do it on the 2004?



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Old 15 Mar 2005, 08:44 pm
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"halo2 guy" <somewhereovethe@rainbow.com> wrote in message
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> I didn't know that the civic uses the check engine light to indicate an

oil
> change is due.
>
>
> "jaipunk" <jaipaul.masseysingh@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:777e112e.0503151649.6afa355b@posting.google.c om...
> > I've changed the oil on my 2004 Honda Civic and would like to shut off
> > the check engine light. On my 2000 this was possible via the odomoter
> > reset button. Does anyone know how to do it on the 2004?

>
>


I know on an Odyssey it's the Maintenance Required Light. Check Engine
means there's something amiss with the emission control system.

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Old 15 Mar 2005, 09:02 pm
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jaipunk wrote:
> I've changed the oil on my 2004 Honda Civic and would like to shut off
> the check engine light. On my 2000 this was possible via the odomoter
> reset button. Does anyone know how to do it on the 2004?


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The answer is in the glove compartment, usually. If the 'check engine'
light is on, you've got other problems, also in the glove compartment.

'Curly'

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Old 16 Mar 2005, 06:02 pm
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"motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com> wrote in message
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> jaipunk wrote:
> > I've changed the oil on my 2004 Honda Civic and would like to shut off
> > the check engine light. On my 2000 this was possible via the odomoter
> > reset button. Does anyone know how to do it on the 2004?

>
> ------------------
>
> The answer is in the glove compartment, usually. If the 'check engine'
> light is on, you've got other problems, also in the glove compartment.
>
> 'Curly'
>

That's Curly's clever way of telling you to read the ****ing manual.

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