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Old 07-13-2016, 09:31 AM   #1
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We have a 2008 Dolphin V* workhorse. Can't figure out how to reset the "change engine oil" message. In fact, do not have any written literature on the trip computer. This, too, would prove most hopeful. Thanks
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If memory serves, to clear the "change oil" light, turn the ignition to "on". Depress and release the accelerator three times within five seconds. Then turn the ignition to "off", and then back to the "on" position. The "change oil" light should then be off.
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Since it's a GM engine, try the gm method. Turn the ignition on without starting the engine, now press the accelerator pedal to the floor 3 times within 5 seconds. If it works, the engine oil warning light will flash 3 times. I have found to not do it too fast, allow about a second between presses. I hope it works for you.
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Do a Google search for "Workhorse Manuals". I just did and several possibilities came up that might be helpful to you.


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We have a 2008 Dolphin V* workhorse. Can't figure out how to reset the "change engine oil" message. In fact, do not have any written literature on the trip computer. This, too, would prove most hopeful. Thanks
Welcome to iRV2.com There is a sub-forum for WCC owners under the "chassis club" tab. LOTS of good info there.
The info given above is correct about the reset.
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