Q: Maintenance light - 2003 Honda Pilot

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Why my maintenance light is on

My car has 249192 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. There are numerous reasons this could be happening. The most likely reason a light may come on is that it is due for oil change. If you can, check your mileage since your last oil change and determine if you need a change. However, there is no way to know at this point without reading the codes for the light. I would like to suggest you have one of our professional technicians take a look at your car and diagnose why your maintenance light is on. Good luck and I hope this helps.

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