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Old 07-28-2004, 04:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me where this is so I can reset the service interval lights????
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Old 07-28-2004, 09:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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engine bay on the passengerside (if your in the US) it looks kinda like a fill cap of some kind.
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the port to reset that is in the engine compartment, it's a round port with a cover on it.... you need to use a peake research tool to do it, or a similar one... you don't just "push a button"

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Or you ground the #7 hole for 3 seconds for free.
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If it dosn't rain this afternoon, I'l use my patented paperclip method and take pics as PROOF that it works.

My method can reset both oil and service lights and is totally free..... provided you have a paperclip you dont mind bending outa shape...
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I personally can't afford paperclips like soommme people... so I used a piece of an old CATV wire...just strip about 1 1/2" from either end...about a foot long....
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A foot? The ground pin on the socket is less than an inch away...
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I usually ground the other end in my ass...but I guess 6" is plenty...if we're being all technical about it....
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