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Old 11-14-2009, 03:40 PM   #1
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I hate to make this a post, but how in the heck do you reset the "Service Light" after doing an oil change?! It's been driving me crazy. Oh yeah on a 1994 GC V8 4X4. Thank you.
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Is it the check engine light?
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Try disconnecting the battery for a half hour, that works for the "check engine" light.
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I hate to make this a post, but how in the heck do you reset the "Service Light" after doing an oil change?! It's been driving me crazy. Oh yeah on a 1994 GC V8 4X4. Thank you.
If its on the center screen, if its the same as a 96 (should be pretty close) push the select button then hold and then push and hold the other one, it should reset within 30 secs, it should also be in the owners manual
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