|How to reset service indicators|
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This DIY addresses resets of the Brake Indicators after changing pads and fitting a new sensor, but the procedure is the same for all Service Indicator resets.
Please DO NOT reset any of your Service Indicators if you have TLC cover for this work.
The instructions reference the following numbered image:
Entering Service Menu:(1) Left Hand (Instrument Lighting Adjustment) Button
Do not press clutch / brake
Press Start Button
Wait until Car / relevant Service symbol disappears from Rev Counter Upper Display (4)
Press and hold both Rev Counter Buttons (1 & 2) immediately after symbol goes out
Continue to hold both Buttons until Time appears in Rev Counter Upper Display (4)
Before this occurs:
Release Right Hand Rev Counter Button (2)
Wait about a second
Press and hold Right Hand Rev Counter Button (2) again while still holding Left Hand Button (1)
After a second or two the Front Brakes symbol will show in the Rev Counter Upper Display (4)
You are now in the Service Menu
Resetting Service Indicator:
Press and release OBC Button (3) until relevant symbol (eg. Rear Brakes) appears in Rev Counter Upper Display (4)
Press and hold OBC Button (3) at relevant symbol until "RESET" appears in Rev Counter Lower Display (5)
Press and hold OBC Button (3) again until process is complete
Turn Off and On the Ignition again - Warning should now have gone!
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