Having problems with your 2007 Honda CR-V ?

Wrench light on. does this mean time for scheduled maint. 2007 crv ex-l. how to turn it off after maint?/

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-01-2022

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This light usually comes on at a pre-dermined mileage to have the driver have the emissions system checked to make sure its working properly.not sure how to turn this off but its usually not hard.sometimes its just a matter of pushing a pin to reset it.you can check to see if your repair shop can do this or find out how to do it so you don`t have to go to the dealer.if you have done regular service then this is all it is.it may tell you how to reset it in your owners manual.
Yes, this is a maintenance light and means that it is ready for a specified maintenance. Since you didn't specify the mileage i can't tell you which it is ready for. It is in the best interest of the vehicle for you to get a list of the scheduled maintenance from the dealership or a local shop ( which shouldn't cost you anything) and get the work done. also they can provide you with the details on switching off the light.
There are several ways to switch of the light, the first is the easiest but is not for all models;
1. press in the tripdometer button and hold it in while you switch the ignition to the on position (position II) do not start the vehicle.
2. hold the button in till you see the wrench flash several times then turn off.
3. switch off the ignition and turn it back on to verify that the light is off.

The other one (which is probably the one you have) is done through the on board computer;
Turn on the ignition and cycle through the computer till you get to the maintenance menu.
You will see the oil life with a percentage. then hold on the "info" button till it flashes and shuts off.
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