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    Default moms having problems

    ok we just got her oil changed because it said "change oil soon" so we changed the oil but the message is still there... is there some kind of reset button?

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    Here's a helpful chart to follow.
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    I've never seen that one. Nice work Darcy!



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    Quote Originally Posted by dwill3015 View Post
    Here's a helpful chart to follow.
    Nice one, quick someone save that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cableguy View Post
    I've never seen that one. Nice work Darcy!
    What can I say.... I love to Google!

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    thanks man it worked

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    The HHR is easily reset by turning the ignition on and not starting the engine. Push and hold the DIC button(3rd button down) on the steering wheel, the (reset oil?) will show on the dash. push and hold the bottom button on the steering wheel for 3 seconds. the oil percent will reset to 100%.
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