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Old 06-11-2011, 12:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Oil Change Light?

Does anyone know how to reset the oil change light on a 2007 honda rancher es? I do not have the manual.

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Old 06-11-2011, 01:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Press and hold the hourmeter/odometer/tripmeter select button and turn the ignition switch to "on" for more than 5 seconds and the indicator message should go off.
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So hold the button while the keys off, then turn the key on still holding it and after 5 seconds itll go off?

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Press and hold the hourmeter/odometer/tripmeter select button and turn the ignition switch to "on" for more than 5 seconds and the indicator message should go off.
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So hold the button while the keys off, then turn the key on still holding it and after 5 seconds itll go off?

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Press and hold the hourmeter/odometer/tripmeter select button and turn the ignition switch to "on" for more than 5 seconds and the indicator message should go off.
Yes, that's correct.
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Ill give it a try in the morning. Thanks for the advice. Do you like your rancher?

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Press and hold the hourmeter/odometer/tripmeter select button and turn the ignition switch to "on" for more than 5 seconds and the indicator message should go off.
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Ill give it a try in the morning. Thanks for the advice. Do you like your rancher?
You're welcome. I don't have a Rancher, but they're good ATVs. By the way, you can download an owner's manual for your quad at the link below.

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