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Antigo 23-12-2008, 18:13   #1
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Padrão Oil Service Reset

Encontrei este procedimento que pode ajudar muita gente que faz a manutenção básica do carro em casa (como eu ). Apesar do tutorial fazer referência aos modelos e38, também funciona por exemplo nos e39 com quadrante "high" (penso que seja assim)

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If you have a 1995-2000 e38 and received a replacement instrument cluster thru the BMW NA goodwill deal...you may no longer need to use the diagnostic plug under the hood to reset your Service Interval Lights for Oil Serv & Inspection.

You may be able to do like the 2001 e38 owners and reset the SI lights thru the instrument cluster. Now, don't all of you jump up and run out to your garages and driveways at the same time!

Here's the instructions formally to the 2001 owners only...but possibly to those now that have replacement clusters

BMW Service Interval Light Reset Procedure: using the trip odometer button on the instrument cluster

1. Iginition OFF (POS 0)

2. Press and Hold the trip odometer button while turning key to position 1 (ACCESSORY)

3. Keep button depressed (about 5 secs.) until you see "Oil Service" or "Inspection" with "Reset" or "Re" in the display

*Note: you will also see the amount of fuel (in litres) remaining until next service

4. Press the button again and hold for approx. 5 secs. until "Reset" or "Re" flashes

5. While the display is flashing, briefly press the button again to reset the Service Interval. After the display has shown the new interval you should see "END SIA" for about 2 secs.

*Note: if the "Reset" or "Re" does not flash, then you have not met the minimum consumption level and cannot reset.
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