3 months ago I changed the oil and filter on my 2009 Honda CR=V, However, after 900 plus miles the oil life indicator light says 15%. Must I change the oil?.

Asked by Nori Feb 12, 2014 at 07:22 PM about the 2009 Honda CR-V LX FWD

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Honda uses a engine hour based system to determine your oil life. The oil life was not reset at the last oil change. The manual will tell you how to do it. Just remember that you will have 900 miles on it at 100%, so change in 2100 if you do it every 3k.. If you don't have the manual or it doesn't work let us know and we will post the steps.

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