Acura TL Oil Life Service DueReminder Light Reset
Acura TL Oil life service maintenance due soon reminder indicator light reset with an image guide tutorial from the year 2004-2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013-2014.
Acura TL 2004-2009 SERVICE DUE SOON
- Turn the Ignition On (II).
- Press the INFO BUTTON until the REMAINING OIL LIFE is displayed.
- You can Also Press and Hold the SELECT/RESET button while the WRECNH is displayed.
- While the REMAINING OIL LIFE is displayed. Hold and Press the SELECT/RESET button for 10 seconds until SERVICE DUE SOON appears.
- While SERVICE DUE SOON is displayed, press the SELECT/RESET button and the MAINTENANCE RESET appears, Press again the SELECT/RESET button to reset the MAINTENANCE.
- Turn Ignition off, then start the engine to vefify if the service maintenance reminder has been reset.
Acura TL 2009-2014 Oil Life Reset
- Close all doors. Press the push start button 2 times (Ignition On) Don’t start the engine.
- Press the SELECT/RESET button until the REMAINING OIL LIFE is displayed.
- While the REMAINING OIL LIFE is displayed, press and hold the SELECT/RESET button until the OIL RESET confirmation message appears.
- Press the Up button to select RESET, then press SELECT/RESET button to RESET the OIL LIFE. The Oil life is now reset to 100%.
- Turn off the ignition. Oil reset is complete.
NOTE: YOU ONLY NEED TO DO THIS AFTER OIL CHANGE.
About Acura TL
The Acura TL is a compact executive / entry-level luxury car that was manufactured by Acura. It was introduced in 1995 to replace the Acura Vigor and was badged for the Japanese-market from 1996 to 2000 as the Honda Inspire and from 1996 to 2004 as the Honda Saber. The TL was Acura’s best-selling model until it was outsold by the MDX in 2007. In 2005, it ranked as the second best-selling luxury sedan in the United States behind the BMW 3 Series, but sales have decreased since then. Four generations of the Acura TL were produced, with the final fourth generation TL premiering in 2008 as a 2009 model and ending production in 2014, when it was replaced together with the TSX by the TLX. (source:wiki)