2004 Nissan Altima. Trip odometer button problem (no temp info)
I just bought a used 2004 Nissan Altima, and when I press the trip button it is supposed to cycle between "trip A", "trip B", "avg mph", "temp", ect. On mine it only cycles between trip A and trip B. Why does it do that, and is there a way to fix it?
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Press and hold the Odo/Trip button. Turn the ignition switch to the On position. Hold the Odo/Trip button for two seconds. Release the Odo/Trip button and then immediately press it again, release it, press it, release it and then press it and hold it. Hold the button until the leveling information is displayed on the odometer, about five seconds. You can take this munnar call taxi for any tours and travels program of your family. They are providing secured and comfortable cabs.
If you take your civic into a Honda dealer for regular maintenance they should reset it for you. Even most Lube shops do as well. But if you do your own vehicle services like oil changes (which is what that light is there for) then here's how you can reset it.
put your key in the ignition but do NOT turn it.
press and hold the Odometer/Trip button.
while holding the Odometer/Trip button, turn the key to the ON position but do NOT start the engine.
As you hold the Odometer/Trip button, after about 10-15 seconds the Maintenance required light should turn itself off.
Once the Maintenance required light is off, turn the key into the off position then release the Odometer/Trip button.
Resetting Oil Service Light on your 2002 - 2006 Cooper and Cooper S Hatchbacks, and 2005 - 2008 Cooper and Cooper S Convertibles:
1) Press and hold the trip button
2) Insert key and turn to position 1
3) Watch for RESET to appear
4) Release the button, then press & hold it again
5) Wait for the RESET to flash
6) Release the button, and then press & release (once only)
7) Service interval should then be reset to next interval If that didn't work, try this:
1. Push the Trip Button
2. Turn ignition key to position 1 and 51A will appear to left of mileage
3. Release trip button
4. Wait 3 seconds
5. Push trip button
6. Wait (5-8 seconds) for RST to appear in left corner
7. Release trip button
8. Push trip button
9. 15000 will appear as new service interval
10. Release trip button Or this:
1. Press and hold the trip odometer button.
2. Insert car key and turn it to the fi rst position (not the second position).
3. You will see 51A come up in the trip odometer area.
4. Release, then press and hold again.
5. Watch for the word "RST" to appear on the Odometer indicator.
6. Release, then press and hold again.
7. Wait for the "RST" message to fl ash.
8. Release, and then press & release (once only).
This is right from GMC service repair manual
The vehicle odometer is calculated and stored electronically in the instrument panel cluster (IPC). The base IPC contains a season odometer and a trip odometer. The uplevel IPC contains a season odometer and two trip odometers. Momentarily press the trip/reset switch on the IPC in order to toggle between the season odometer and the trip odometer. Press the trip/reset switch for greater than 2 seconds, while the trip odometer is displayed, in order to reset the trip odometer.
The IPC calculates the mileage based on the vehicle speed signal circuit from the engine control module (ECM). The odometer will display 'error' if an internal IPC memory failure is detected. The odometer displays either miles or kilometers as requested by the activation of the Personalization button on the steering wheel controls.
1. With your car OFF, place your key in the ignition and turn to "On". Do not start the car. 2. Find the odometer button and press until it reads the total odometer setting, (not the Trip A or Trip B setting). 3. Turn the key to OFF. 4. Place your finger back on the odometer button, press and hold. At the same time, turn the key back to "On". 5. Hold the odometer button in until the MAINT REQD light goes out...should take about 8-10 seconds.
page 77 of the 2004 Lexus rx330 handbook... (you will find the answer you are looking for in resetting your maintenance light.) with
the odometer reading visible, (not trip A or trip B..) turn off engine.
While keeping Odo/trip button depressed, turn ignition back on (not
starting the engine) You will see dashes (instead of numbers) on your
odometer disappearing one at a time. it will be replaced by 0's
(zeros).. Release the Odo/trip button and your original mileage will
come up.... And your done..... until the next oil change.