Reset service ligth

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by afshin peyghambari, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. Hi,

    I have 2003 S60 T2.4 which I recently changed oil. does anyone know how to
    reset "time for regular service" light.

    I looked it up in this massages board and noticed something about OBD.

    Thanks,
     
    afshin peyghambari, Jun 23, 2003
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    Doug Warner Guest

    Yes, I asked a dealer service manager about this last week, it
    involves the trip odometer, multiple button presses, etc.. I didn't
    write down the procedure, but I'm sure it's out there somewhere.


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    Doug Warner, Jun 24, 2003
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  3. afshin peyghambari

    Mike F Guest

    Look at your odometer/trip meter display. You will note the text "T 1"
    or T 2" There are 2 trip meter modes, and to toggle between T 1 and T 2,
    you press the trip reset button briefly. That said, it must be in T 1 to
    reset the service reminder. Start with the key in the accessory
    position. Press and HOLD the trip reset button and wait for the mileage
    to reset to zero. While still holding the button, switch the ignition to
    the run position, and watch for the previously displayed mileage to
    return. When it returns, release the reset button, and switch off the
    ignition. Service reminder is now reset.
     
    Mike F, Jun 24, 2003
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    sos Guest

    This is how it is done on my 2002 V70 Cross Country
    It MAY be the same for yours.

    Note: this model has two trip odometers. I and II
    Place Key in position I, (accessory) press and hold trip I reset,
    wait for trip I mileage to set to zero, turn key to position II, (run)
    wait for trip I mileage to reappear, (about 8-10 sec) release trip I
    reset button, switch off ignition. Start and check, message should be
    gone.

    Scott Davis
     
    sos, Jun 24, 2003
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