How to Reset Maintenance Light on Toyota Corolla

Blue Toyota Corolla

After servicing your Toyota Corolla you may notice that your maintenance light stayed on. If you’re certain that all of the service concerns have been resolved, you likely want to learn how to reset the maintenance light on a Toyota Corolla. You can follow along with our steps below to get the job done in your own Cleveland driveway, or you can visit our Brook Park service center to have a professional turn off your maintenance light on your Toyota Corolla!

Turn Off Maintenance Light – Toyota Corolla

Keeping up with your maintenance schedule is essential to ensure that your Corolla continues to deliver smooth Parma drives. If you have a DIY spirit and plan to take on projects in your own Brunswick garage, then you’ll need to learn how to reset the maintenance light on your Toyota Corolla. Follow the instructions below to turn off your maintenance light on your Toyota Corolla:

  1. Turn your key in the ignition to the “On” position, but don’t start the car.
  2. Press and hold the trip reset button next to the odometer until you see “Trip A” appear on the central screen.
  3. Turn the key back to the “Off” position.
  4. While you press the reset trip button, turn the key back to “On.”
  5. Continue to hold the trip reset button until the miles readout of the odometer flashes zero. At this point, you’ve reset your maintenance light on your Toyota Corolla.

If that doesn’t do the trick, try repeating the steps to ensure you’ve executed each one properly. If you’re still having trouble at that point, feel free to book an appointment with us so our team can have a look and reset the maintenance light on your Toyota Corolla.

Reset Maintenance Light With Color Display

If your Corolla uses a color multi-information display, you may need to try a different method. Follow these steps to reset a maintenance light on a Toyota Corolla in this scenario:

  1. Turn the key to the “On” position but don’t fire up the engine. This position may also be marked as “II.”
  2. If your vehicle has a push-button start, press the start button twice without pressing the brake.
  3. Select the cog icon found on the multi-information display.
  4. Find and select “Scheduled Maintenance” on the display.
  5. Confirm the selection by pressing “OK.”

Visit Metro Toyota for Service

If you’d like to learn more about taking care of your own vehicle, Metro Toyota offers tons of service tips and tricks to guide you along. However, if you’d rather relax while our expert team handles the dirty work, you can explore our service coupons for added savings with every visit. If you have any lingering service questions, contact our service team for support.

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