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How can you reset the oil life percentage on a Honda?

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To reset the oil life percentage on a Honda to 100 percent after an oil change, turn the key in the ignition to "on," but do not start the car. Press the knob used to reset the odometer until it displays the remaining percentage of oil life.

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How can you reset the oil life percentage on a Honda?
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Press the knob and hold it until the percentage starts flashing, then release. Press the knob again until the percentage appears as 100 percent. The method is valid for Honda cars made between 2006 and 2011. Honda does not provide details in its user manuals on how to reset the remaining oil life percentages.

The Japanese Honda Motor Co. makes power equipment, motorcycles and cars. It has been the biggest maker of motorcycles since 1959 and is the largest maker of combustion engines, as of 2014. Honda also makes garden equipment, power generators, watercraft and engines for marine vehicles. The company as of 2014 is involved with research into artificial intelligence and has developed a jet engine that started production in 2012. In 2013, Honda invested almost $6.8 billion into research and development. It also became the first Japanese car manufacturer to export more cars out of the United States than it imported to the country.

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