How to Reset the Oil Change Notice on a 2010 Toyota Highlander

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Toyota released the mid-sized Highlander in the 2001 model year. In 2008, Toyota completely redesigned the Highlander, giving it sleeker headlights and body lines. The 2010 Highlander came standard with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 187 horsepower. It had an optional 270-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine available, as well. Toyota fitted the 2010 Highlander with a maintenance reminder system that alerted the driver that an oil change is due via a "Maint Reqd" light. Resetting this light is a short, yet precise process.

Without Smart Key System

  • Turn the ignition to the "On" position. Press and release the trip meter reset stalk until the odometer display shows trip meter A. Turn the ignition to the "Lock" position.

  • Press and hold the trip meter reset stalk and turn the ignition to the "On" position, without starting the vehicle.

  • Observe as the "Maint Reqd" light extinguishes.

With Smart Key System

  • Turn the "Engine Stop/Start" switch to the "Ignition On" position, without starting the SUV. Press and release the trip meter reset stalk until the odometer displays trip meter A. Turn the "Engine Stop/Start" switch to the "Off" position.

  • Press and hold the trip meter reset stalk. While holding the stalk, turn the "Engine Stop/Start" switch to the "Ignition On" position, but don't start the engine.

  • Observe as the trip meter reads "000000," indicating you reset the system correctly. If fitted with the multi-information display, "Complete" appears on this screen instead of "000000" on the trip meter.

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