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Old 06-13-2011, 07:35 PM   #1
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I have a 2004 R-Vision Trail Aire. It is on a Workhorse chasis. The information center advised me that it was time to "Change Engine Oil." I had that done but now I cannot get rid of the message. I have tried going through the pushbuttons to rest the center to "Avg Fuel". However, the next time the engine is started the "Change Engine Oil" message appears.

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Have you tried key in on position not running and push accelerator to the floor three times. (wiki answer)
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I have a 2004 R-Vision Trail Aire. It is on a Workhorse chasis. The information center advised me that it was time to "Change Engine Oil." I had that done but now I cannot get rid of the message. I have tried going through the pushbuttons to rest the center to "Avg Fuel". However, the next time the engine is started the "Change Engine Oil" message appears.
tutakt, To clear this message:
  1. Please turn your ignition to the ON position - DO NOT START THE ENGINE.
  2. Place your foot lightly on the gas pedal.
  3. Press the gas pedal all the way to the floor 3 times within 5 seconds.
  4. You will see the IP briefly flash.
  5. Turn the ignition key to the OFF position.
  6. Wait 5 or so seconds.
  7. Turn your ignition key back ON and start the machine if you like the Change Engine Oil prompt will be gone.
  8. You can expect it to come back in about 5,000 miles or so.
  9. If it doesn't work ... repeat the process.
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I hate it when a problem is that easy to solve and I can't figure it out. Thanks a bunch.

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I hate it when a problem is that easy to solve and I can't figure it out. Thanks a bunch.
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