Dodge Caliber Oil Change Maintenance Service Indicator Warning Light Reset
3 Simple easy steps on how to reset the Oil change maintenance service reminder indicator warning light on Dodge Caliber from the year 2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012.
- Close all doors. Turn the Ignition On (Don’t start the engine).
- Immediately Fully depress the GAS PEDAL slowly three times within 10 seconds Make sure to depress the pedal all the way down.
- Turn the ignition off and start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset. Repeat this procedure, if the message still illuminates when you start the engine.
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ABOUT DODGE CALIBER
The Dodge Caliber is a front-engine, front-wheel-drive five-door compact hatchback manufactured and marketed by Chrysler’s Dodge division from model years 2007 to 2012, replacing the Dodge Neon and Chrysler PT Cruiser.
Following the Caliber concept which debuted at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show, the pre-production version debuted at the 2006 North American International Auto Show, with market launch in March 2006.
The Caliber was manufactured at the Belvidere Assembly (Illinois) plant, and across its six-year model run, just over 400,000 were produced.
The Caliber was one of Dodge’s first modern offerings in Europe and in Asian markets such as Japan, South Korea, and Singapore, as it established new distribution channels there. It was also introduced in China in 2008 as Dodge’s second modern vehicle offering in that market. Dodge vehicles were last officially sold in China during the World War II era. The introduction of the Caliber had marked the return of the Dodge brand to Australia since the early 1970s.
The Caliber in Japan joined the Chrysler PT Cruiser in 2007, as the PT Cruiser was offered since 2000, but as with previous Chrysler products sold in Japan, the width dimension exceeded Japanese Government dimension regulations, and Japanese consumers were liable for annual taxes for driving a larger car which affected sales. As Chrysler products were considered large to the Japanese market, Chrysler offered products that offered spacious interiors with four doors and one piece liftgates to broaden their appeal to the Japanese as a compromise for paying the annual tax for large vehicles.
The marketing plan for the first year of the Caliber’s production included 20% of the budget for online marketing, print ads, and TV commercials. (source:wiki)