How to Reset the Nissan Titan Oil light

You’re probably familiar with the oil light if you drive a Nissan Titan. It’s an important reminder to change your oil at the appropriate time, but sometimes it can be annoying if you’ve already changed your oil and the light won’t turn off. Fortunately, resetting the oil light is a straightforward process. In this blog post, we’ll explain step by step procedure for resetting your Nissan Titan’s oil light. So, stay with us!

Resetting Nissan Titan Second generation (2015-2022) Oil light:

Nissan Titan’s second generation was launched in 2015. This generation has extraordinary features that stand it out from the rest models. If you have 2022, 2021, 2019, or any other latest Nissan Titan, you can reset its oil light following these steps.

1.       Start the car without starting the engine. In the latest Nissan Titans, there is a keyless car starting system. You must press the Start/Stop button twice without depressing the brake pedals. It will start your car without running the engine.

2.       Next, use the navigation buttons to search the “Settings” option.

3.       After searching and clicking the “Settings” button, tap “Maintenance” from the menu list.

4.       Next, select the “Oil control system” button. In some models, it is displayed as an “Oil and Filter” button instead. 

5.       From the drop-down menu, select the “Reset” button. From there, you can also set the reminder for a reset at specific intervals in the future.

6.       After pressing the reset option, you will see a message demanding confirmation to reset the oil light.

7.       Press “Yes” to accomplish the task.

You have successfully reset the oil light on your 2022 Nissan Titan.

Resetting Nissan Titan First generation (2004-2014) Oil light:

There are two methods for resetting the First generation Nissan Titan oil light. Let’s look at these procedures so you can reset the oil light on older models of Nissan Titan without hassle.  

With audio display

Use this method for 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 Nissan Titan.

1.       Turn the car on without starting the engine. Be sure not to depress the brake pedal.

2.       Now press the ‘Trip’ button. It is located on the right side of the center console of the car’s dashboard.

3.       After pressing, scroll down and select the ‘Engine Oil’ button by pressing ‘Enter.’

4.       At this stage, you can do two tasks. First, you can select the maintenance interval by pressing the ‘Maintenance schedule.’ Second, you can reset the oil light by selecting the ‘Reset’ button.

5.       For the resetting task, press the ‘Enter’ button to confirm the reset.

That’s all!

Using instrument cluster

This procedure works best for resetting the oil light on the 2007 and 2008 Nissan Titan.

1.       Start the car but make sure the engine isn’t running.

2.       Now locate the “Info” button on the instrument cluster. It will highlight the “Settings” option.

3.       Select the setting button to see the “Menu” list by rotating the Info knob repeatedly.

4.       Now, in setting mode, rotate the info knob to highlight the “Maintenance menu.”

5.       From there, select “Engine oil” by pressing the info knob

6.       Next, highlight the “Reset” option by scrolling the info knob and pressing enter.

7.       Now, select the mileage by rotating the info knob. Be sure the mileage figures on display read “Zero.”

8.       Press the Info knob to select “Reset.”

You have successfully reset the Nissan Titan oil light.


How long does it take for the Nissan Titan oil sensor to reset?

Resetting oil sensors typically takes a few minutes. It depends on the individuals performing the reset, though. They can rapidly reset the oil sensors if they know how the Nissan Titan’s mechanics work. However, it can be tricky for a new driver to reset the oil light in a few minutes.

What occurs if you drive with the oil light on?

Driving with the oil light on can be a dangerous and expensive mistake for Nissan Titan owners. The oil light is a warning signal indicating insufficient oil pressure, which can lead to engine damage if left unattended. If you are driving and see your oil light come on, pull over as soon as possible and shut off your engine to perform troubleshooting steps.

Final words

Nissan Titan’s oil light doesn’t go off on its own. Rather, you must turn it off after performing an oil change. This guide has clearly explained resetting the Nissan Titan oil light. Whether you own a more recent Nissan Titan or an older model, you won’t have to deal with the aggravating circumstance of having the oil light blink constantly while driving. But, if these measures prove ineffective, it suggests a problem with the car that must be fixed immediately. In that case, contact a qualified Nissan technician to have your issue resolved.






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