How do I reset the maintenance light on the Toyota Tundra 2010?

What are the steps to reset the maintenance light on a 2010 Toyota Tundra? I got an oil change for my truck. I need to reset the maintenance light, but I don’t know how.

Don’t worry; this is a simple procedure you can learn how to do!
The Toyota Tundra’s maintenance required light will light up every 5,000 miles, suggesting when it is time for an oil change. Getting regular oil changes can prolong the performance and the life of your vehicle. To reset the maintenance light on your 2010 Toyota Tundra, follow the instructions below.
  • Step one: Insert your key into the ignition. Turn the key to the on notch. Press down on the odometer knob on the dashboard until Trip A is displayed.
  • Step two: Turn your key to the off notch. Continue to hold down the odometer knob. Next, while holding the knob, turn the key back to on.
  • Step three: Wait for the system to reset. Continue to hold the odometer knob when you see the - - - symbol blink on the odometer.
  • Step four: Release the knob when you see Trip A displayed again. Turn off your ignition and turn it back on again. The reset process is done.
Wasn’t that easy? Now you will know how to do this again after your next oil change.
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Phoebe Mah
Answered on Nov 05, 2021

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