Learn how to Reset the Oil Change Light in the Jeep Commander by following the uncomplicated steps below.
*TIP: After each oil change and new filter, the maintenance oil light indicator should disappear automatically. However, if it does not, it will need resetting for effective performance. Additionally, this indicator is included to alert you if there is a problem with the vehicle’s oil and is NOT to be ignored! If the warning is not addressed, this can lead to other unexpected costly engine issues.
- Turn the ignition switch to the ON position without starting the engine.
- SLOWLY press the GAS PEDAL all the way down to the floor THREE times within TEN seconds. (With each press you will see various warning lights disappear within the dashboard, including the oil warning light).
- Switch the ignition to OFF, then immediately back ON.
Now instead of OIL CHANGE REQUIRED, you should see OIL CHANGE RESET in the dash. This signifies you have reset the oil light properly.
**NOTE: If you are unable to reset the oil change notification light on the first try, REPEAT the steps. If you are still unsuccessful, contact the dealership for assistance or consult your vehicle user’s manual.