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Q: How do I reset the oil life?

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How do I reset the oil life?

There is a feature on your vehicle that tell you the life of your oil. This tells you when it is time for an oil change. To reset the oil life after an oil change.

  1. Press the Setup button on the instrument control panel until you see “Oil Life.”

  2. Press and hold the Reset button until the oil life starts over from 0.

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