Follow this procedure to reset the maintenance required light on most Lexus vehicles ( with video ): 1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. 2. Set the Odometer/Trip Display to the ODO mode. 3. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position. 4. Depress and HOLD the Trip Meter RESET button
Whether your Toyota has 30,000 miles or 120,000 miles, use this page to find the recommended Toyota maintenance schedule for your car, truck SUV or hybrid. Plus, take advantage of our easy-to-use dealer locator to quickly schedule your next Toyota service appointment.
Let's talk about five maintenance items your car needs at 100k miles. Although this varies between year, make and model, we'll touch on five things worth replacing if they're still original equipment when an old ride reaches 100,000 miles.
If the required action can be accomplished by you, then you're performing basic car maintenance. If it requires some advanced tools or even extra pair of hands, then maybe bringing it to a professional will help. Performing an inspection is quite easy especially if you know what things you need to look for.
Getting the "maintenance required" light to turn off is generally something you'll have to have the mechanic do. However, on most vehicles, you can manually turn it off yourself. On some vehicles, you'll have to go through a sequence, like holding down the odometer button while turning off the car, waiting five seconds, turning the car on again, and releasing the odometer button.
If you are like the millions of people electing to drive their cars beyond the 100,000 mile mark, it would be wise of you to invest the money into getting the proper maintenance needed that this integral moment in your car's life.