That can only be done by a service tech, the car is so new that it will not reset even if you disconnect the battery**the above is incorrect.To reset the service light, turn ignition switch to ON position with engine off. Observe speedometer display and tachometer multifunction display. When standard display appears press up or down arrow on the multifunction steering wheel until the FSS service indicator with one or two wrenches appears in speedometer display and service deadline appears in tachometer display.Now, press the reset button between the speedometer and the tachometer for about 4 seconds or until the tachometer display shows "Do you want to reset service interval? Confirm by using the reset button" To confirm hold down the reset button again until a signal is heard. the service indicator will display the reset interval. Reset is complete.
I'm not sure about the speedometer, but if the tach is not working a good bet would be the tach filter. With age, a wire often breaks off on these. Look in one of the service manuals to find location. The speedometer may have a similar sensor, but I'm not certain. Thanks! I will check out the book ASAP. Appreciate your answering.
The 1988 Suzuki Samurai speedometer cable diagram can be obtained from most Suzuki dealerships. The speedometer cable diagram can be found in most service manuals.
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According to the service manual... you remove the instrument panel (gauges/speedometer/tachometer) and separate the ventilation duct (not completely) and remove the the heater core (making sure of course that the coolant hoses have been removed first). There should be 2 tabs that hold it into place. Installation is reverse of removal.
0. Display reads "Service!" when you first start the car. 1. With the ignition key in the off position, push and hold the right button under the speedometer. This is the button you use to reset the trip odometer also. 2. Turn the ignition key to the on position, but don't start the engine. Keep holding down the right button while you turn the key. 3. Push the left button under the tachometer. Your service light should reset to say something like "Service in 10000 miles."
The odometer is separate from the speedometer. The odometer counts how many miles you have driven total, while the speedometer shows how many miles you will travel in an hour if you maintain a given speed. You should immediately take you vehicle to a qualified service technician, and get the odometer fixed.
Those who buy the product or service usually determine the demand for a product or service.
Ask if they are insured and bonded
because they are stupid
supply and demand?