Want to learn how to reset the “Wrench” or “Maint Reqd” light that appears to notify you that you need an oil change on your Honda Pilot? The light will appear after you have driven the vehicle 7500 miles since the last reset. Here are the steps to reset it.
A Oil Life meter will read a low percentage on your console if your Honda Odyssey is due for an oil change. On some models, a “Maint Reqd” light will appear. If you wish to reset the oil life or the Maintenance Required light, perform these steps.
Are you wanting to know how to open the fuel door on the Nissan Sentra? We’ll show you how with this tutorial.
The “Service Required” light will illuminate on the Hundai Sonata when the vehicle is due for an oil change. You can reset this light with the following steps.
So you pull up to a gas station, looking to fuel up, but can’t figure out how to open the fuel door on the Chevy Traverse? Been there! Just use these steps.
Wondering how to open the fuel door on the Ford Edge? You’re not the only one. If you’re wondering, you should know that there is no way to open the fuel door from inside the cab. There is no lever or button. Here’s how it’s done.
Wondering how to open the bonnet on the Ford Focus? You won’t find a way to do from inside the cab. Instead, try these steps.
You’re not the only one that might be perplexed about how to open the trunk on the Ford Focus. Here’s how it’s done.
Learn how to reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) on the Honda CRV with these steps.
Reset the “Change Engine Oil” message on your Chevy Impala with these steps.
Like many other Toyota vehicles, the process to reset the oil change (Maintenance Required) light on the Toyota Highlander is much the same.
Here is a list of Toyota Corolla vehicles and the type of motor oil recommended for them.