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Exclamation How to perform Reset with Key

I know that there is a way to perform a reset which will remove the Check Engine Light, ABS light or any warning light on the dashboard but I just don't know the way by using the on and off key method.Does anyone know the method ?
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Re: How to perform Reset with Key

There are 2 ways I know of to reset MIL's...

1) Going through at least 3 engine start/stop sequences will clear a number of MIL's.

2) Exiting the vehicle, shutting the door, locking and unlocking the doors is considered to be a reset for the vehicle and this will clear a number of MIL's as well.

Neither method is a permanent solution. The lights are there for a reason, even if it's a glitch that caused them to come on in the first place.
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