Check engine light came on at 75k for service. I just had the 60k service done when I bought the car with almost 68k so I do not need it. Manual and service bulletin says it needs to be reset at the dealer, bull dookie!
This supposably works for ALL vehicles, no matter what year or model. Disconnect the battery on both positive and negative sides. Touch the terminals together for at least a minute. I recommend a jumper wire so you know they are connected. Do NOT come in contact with the battery or anything else for that matter. Reconnect the terminals and viola! You will need to reset your radio code and adjust clock.
What if it is a REAL problem you ask? Then the light will return shortly once the problem is detected.
Happy motoring! :p