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Default Resetting Oil Maintenance alert display-which buttons?

Point me to FAQ on how to reset Oil Maintenance light in a 2010 Prius, so I can stop it's blinking or constant display in the display window

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The instructions are in your owner's manual. I believe they are the same for the Gen II:
1. Make sure the odometer is reading as ODO
2. Turn the car off
3. Press and hold the ODO button and push the Power button to put the car in READY, while still holding the ODO button
4. The odometer will display dashes and will count down and then display the normal odometer reading.
5. Release the ODO button. The Maint. Req. light is now reset for another 5000 miles.
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