You mean that darn little wrench light?I don't have experience with that specific model. However, in models of similar years I've had the owners manual will rfer you to the directions to do so. A combination of key in certtain position and radio buttons believe it or not!
See the index or a footnote in manual where it shows a picture of the light and explanation of what it means.
How do you reset the service indicator on 2007 Mercedes vito
Go to http://www.startekinfo.com/StarTek/ Click on "MB Workshop Resources" Click on "Reset Service Indicator" Locate the document that applies to your model.
Depends on the model year. Basically, navigate the window display to the service indicator notice. Press and hold the "R" button (on the left side of the instrument cluster) When the window acknowledges that you wish to reset the service interval it will ask you for one push of the "R" button. Push the "R" button once and you should be reset.
This question is asked many times by Mercedes Benz owners. There are many examples given in online videos and in chat sites. The answer varies with the model and year of the car. The very best way to achieve this goal is to go to a Mercedes Benz dealer and ask them to do it.
I was a Merecedes mechanic. What is an "indicator canister"? Could your question could be made more clearly?
1988 Mercedes 300E The 300E is reported to be the best model Mercedes ever built. A 1988 Mercedes 300E can make you feel wealthy. Great acceleration and decent gas mileage. Buy!
Make: Mercedes Benz Model: SLS AMG
Yes, there is an ABS light indicator in the 2004 Toyota Highlander model.
In Urbandale Iowa you'll find the Mercedes-Benz of Des Moines repair shop. They have factory-trained technicians and car mechanics skilled at repairing Mercedes model vehicles.
what model, engine, age, and mileage? it's impossible to answer without that sort of information otherwise, it could be an enormous multitude of reasons
You didn't say what year or model BMW. The service intervals vary a huge amount between models a years. BMW built since the mid-1980s have a service indicator. You should change the oil when the service indicator tells you to. On BMWs that specify synthetic oil, you should change the oil when the indicator counts down to zero or once a year whichever comes first.
I own a 1986 Mercedes 2.5 liter diesel. It has 296,000 miles onit . Runs strong, pulls like a tractor, and drives like a violin. Recently a taxi driver from Greece gave up his 1970´s model 240D with 2.5 million miles on it to the Mercedes museum upon their special request. It was the highest mileage Mercedes that the company had heard of. On average 200,000 miles is just breaking in for a diesel.
Sl is a sports model in Mercedes its very polulor and expensive >>>...
huh? its a Mercedes ain't it?
The following instructions are for the 2000 - 2006 model years of Mercedes Benz S-class vehicles.1. With the doors closed and foot off the brake, turn the ignition to the "ON" position but do not start the engine.2. Navigate the heads-up display to the odometer display so it shows cumulative and trip mileage.3. Press the steering wheel's UP arrow so the "Service Due" warning is shown.4. Press the ® (Reset) button at the right of the dashboard then release it when5. The display shows the question "Do you want to reset the Service Interval? If so, press ® again."6. Press and hold ® for 3 seconds or until the next desired service interval is displayed.7. Turn off the ignition and remove the key.8. Celebrate; you have done it!
The most expensive model of Mercedes is the Mercedes Benz SLS AMG which was produced since 2010 and is a top luxury car. It is mostly sold in the USA.
Depends on model year, condition, mileage, and options. All things you did not list.Depends on model year, condition, mileage, and options. All things you did not list.
Dependent on your model and options, you should have;Low Traction IndicatorLow Coolant IndicatorOil Pressure IndicatorUpshift Indicator (Manual Transmission only)Volts IndicatorAir Bag IndicatorCheck Gauges IndicatorABS IndicatorCheck Oil IndicatorFriPilot
You failed to list the model Mercedes Benz so it is impossible to answer the question. Mercedes makes more than one model of vehicle.
The link to the Mercedes Benz C350 is http://www.mbusa.com/mercedes/vehicles/model?class=E&model=E350W. Pretty nice looking car if I do say so myself.
Mercedes Benz did not manufacture a model with that designation in 1988.
Mercedes used to have A and B services (A was simple oil change, B was a more comprehensive inspection), but starting around the time of the current E class models the service indicator now goes to C, D, E and beyond as the miles increase. I had a D service done on my E320 at around 50K miles - which was an oil change and basic inspection (like the old A service). The dealer probably has a list of services required by code. The most expensive routine thing to change are the brakes - seem to wear very quickly on most mercedes, but especially this model - and are not cheap to replace - also not easy to do outside the dealer's shop - since you need to disconnect the electronic braking system to change pads and rotors.
Which model Saturn?