HOW TO RESET: Toyota Matrix Maintenance Required Light

Toyota Matrix - Maintenance Required Light Reset

TOYOTA MATRIX MAINTENANCE REQUIRED RESET

Quick and simple instruction on how to reset the Maintenance Required Light Reminder Indicator on Toyota Matrix (E130, Standard, XR, SRS,M Theory, L, S) from year 2003-2004-2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013-2014.

2003-2006 Toyota Matrix Maintenance Required Reset

STEP 1

  • Turn The Ignition ON. Don’t Start The Engine.

STEP 2

  • Press The ODO/TRIP BUTTON To Display To ODO.

    2003-2006 Toyota Matrix maintenance Required Reset
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STEP 3

  • Turn Ignition OFF.

STEP 4

  • Press And Hold ODO/TRIP BUTTON And Turn Ignition To “RUN” Position. Until  “000000” is Displayed.

STEP 5

  • Turn The Ignition OFF. Maintenance Reset Is Complete.

2007-2014 Toyota Matrix Oil Maintenance Required Reset

STEP 1

  • Turn the IGNITION ON. Don’t start the engine.

STEP 2

  • Press The ODO/TRIP BUTTON To Display To TRIP A. Then Turn the Ignition OFF.

    2006-2014 Maintenance Required Reset on Toyota Matrix
    image for reference only.

STEP 3

  • Press And Hold ODO/TRIP BUTTON And Turn Ignition To “RUN” Position. Until  “000000” is Displayed.

STEP 4

  • Turn The Ignition OFF. Maintenance Reset Is Complete.

 

THESE TUTORIAL MAY WORK ALSO TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL

  • Toyota Corolla (E130)
  • Toyota Voltz
  • Pontiac Vibe
  • Toyota Celica (T230)

About Toyota Matrix

The Toyota Matrix, officially referred to as the Toyota Corolla Matrix, is a compact hatchback manufactured by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada and derived from the Toyota Corolla. Introduced in 2002 as a 2003 model, the Matrix is the result of a joint venture between Toyota and General Motors, with the GM version being the Pontiac Vibe, which was assembled by New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. (NUMMI) in Fremont, California, United States.

Officially sold in North America until being discontinued, the Matrix was positioned as a sporty hatchback counterpart of the North American Corolla and was counted as a variant of it in Toyota’s sales figures.

Although identical mechanically, and nearly as much internally, the Matrix and Vibe had different sheetmetal and exterior trim designed by their respective brands. Both vehicles are narrow, tall station wagons styled in a quasi-SUV fashion (called a crossover utility vehicle or “CUV” by Toyota) and marketed to a fairly youthful market segment. This type of car is also commonly referred to as a sport wagon.

First sold in February 2002,[5] the Matrix saw a minor facelift for the 2005 model year, and was redesigned completely in 2008 for the 2009 model year, following the tenth generation Corolla. Sales of the Matrix were discontinued in the United States in 2013 and in Canada in 2014. (source: wiki)