1996 C-4 Corvette

by James Gean
(Ozark, AR.)

How to get the change oil light to turn off after oil has been changed in 1996 C-4 LT-1 Corvette.

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Jan 21, 2015
reset oil reminder
by: Scott

Be sure to reset the monitor when your oil is changed,
even if the CHANGE OIL light didn’t come on. If you
don’t reset the monitori,t won’t work correctly. Follow
these steps:

1. Turn the key to RUN, but don’t start the engine.

2. Press ENG MET on the Trip Monitor. Then, within
five seconds, press it again.

3. Witbin five seconds, press and hold GAUGES on the
Trip’Monitor. The CHANGE OIL light should flash.

4. Hold the GAUGES button until the CHANGE OIL
light stops flashing and goes out. This should take
about ten seconds.

When the light goes out, the monitor is reset. If the
monitor doesn’t reset, turn the ignition off, then try

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