Why is my service light still on after a service?
Will my service light be reset after a service? Details of which service types result in a reset service light. Written by Fixter Updated over a week ago After having a full or major service, the garage will reset the service light in your vehicle. Please note however, the light may not be reset after an interim service. This is because an interim service is a basic oil and oil filter change and may not be thorough enough to reset the light.
What happens if you don’t reset service light?
If you don’t reset it nothing mechanically will happen to your car. You’ll just be annoyed by this maintenance reminder light and you won’t actually know when the next maintenance is required. How much more is it to maintain a BMW M vehicle versus a regular BMW counterpart?
Why is my service light still on?
The Most Common Reasons for the “Check Engine” Light to Come On – There are various reasons why your “check engine” or “service engine soon” light will flash or light up. These include issues and repairs needed with the oxygen sensor, mass airflow sensor, catalytic converter, vacuum leak, or issues with spark plugs, ignition coils, or faulty gas caps.
What do you do when your Toyota says maintenance required?
The Toyota maintenance light can appear on your dashboard as ‘MAINT REQD’. It’s a light that remains active permanently, letting you know that you need to go for an oil change in a certified auto shop. Changing the oil in your Toyota can improve fuel efficiency and make your vehicle run as smooth as silk.
Why does my new Toyota say maintenance required?
Unlike the ‘check engine’ light, the Toyota Maintenance Required light in the gauge cluster—which reads ‘MAINT REQD’—means that it has been 5,000 miles since the last reset. This indicates that your Toyota is due for scheduled maintenance, such as an oil change.