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Hold in your trip reset, continue to hold, put in key and turn to position 2, wait about 10 seconds, your triangle light in the center of your instrument panel will flash 3 times, after the 3rd flash, release the trip reset. then cycle your key off and back on. your service light should be off. good luck and god bless!

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