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  1. #1
    Mark Corbelli
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    Default 2006 Honda Pilot - resetting oil change service light

    I normally do my own oil changes. The free dealer oil changes have run out
    and I want to do my 06 Pilot. How do I reset the service needed indicator
    after I change the oil?

  2. #2
    Al
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    Default 2006 Honda Pilot - resetting oil change service light

    > I normally do my own oil changes. The free dealer oil changes have run out
    > and I want to do my 06 Pilot. How do I reset the service needed indicator
    > after I change the oil?
    >


    Oh Mark! You might as well have put a "kick me" sign on your own back
    as ask that question in here. Now 6 people are gonna tell you to RTFM.

  3. #3
    Dillon Pyron
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    Default 2006 Honda Pilot - resetting oil change service light

    Thus spake "Elmo P. Shagnasty" <elmop@nastydesigns.com> :

    >In article <caoGk.1041$P5.64@nwrddc02.gnilink.net>,
    > "Mark Corbelli" <m_corbelli@juno.com> wrote:
    >
    >> I normally do my own oil changes. The free dealer oil changes have run out
    >> and I want to do my 06 Pilot. How do I reset the service needed indicator
    >> after I change the oil?

    >
    >What does the owner's manual say?
    >
    >What's that? You don't know where it is? You threw it away because,
    >after all, you know how to drive a car?
    >
    >Really?


    Okay, Al. That's one. Five more.

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    Mark Corbelli
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    Default 2006 Honda Pilot - resetting oil change service light

    I honestly thought that this information was somehow "proprietary" and would
    be only found in shop manuals and such because they actually want you to
    have to pay for oil changes...

    "Dillon Pyron" <invaliddmpyron@austin........> wrote in message
    news:ejfle45c5mia3fprooqpcpbrvv2ehbkh97@...........
    > Thus spake "Elmo P. Shagnasty" <elmop@nastydesigns.com> :
    >
    >>In article <caoGk.1041$P5.64@nwrddc02.gnilink.net>,
    >> "Mark Corbelli" <m_corbelli@juno.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> I normally do my own oil changes. The free dealer oil changes have run
    >>> out
    >>> and I want to do my 06 Pilot. How do I reset the service needed
    >>> indicator
    >>> after I change the oil?

    >>
    >>What does the owner's manual say?
    >>
    >>What's that? You don't know where it is? You threw it away because,
    >>after all, you know how to drive a car?
    >>
    >>Really?

    >
    > Okay, Al. That's one. Five more.

  5. #5
    Reggie Dunlop
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    Default 2006 Honda Pilot - resetting oil change service light

    >I honestly thought that this information was somehow "proprietary" and
    >would be only found in shop manuals and such because they actually want you
    >to have to pay for oil changes...
    >


    "They" is American Honda Motor Company who mfrs the car. Service work is
    performed by Honda dealers. They are independent businesses who have a
    contract with AHMC to sell their cars for which they are paid a fee in
    addition to anything they can make by selling the car to you for more than
    they paid AHMC for it. Dealers also perform warranty work for which AHMC
    pays them.

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