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Self service maintenance interval

I have a 2016 TV looking for a way to reset my service interval light since I'm doing my own periodic maintenance.

Is there a special sequence of buttons you have to press when you are in the maintenance menu?

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I understand not. That they do in the official service

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I reset the service light on a MV I was working on.... research showed the sequence of button presses to get it done. You do not have to have a computer to reset the meter.

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I did reset the service clock, on my Brutale once. Basically that was a mileage count done meter till the next service.
The service guy gave me the info on how to do it......... I have since forgot.
I will check the shop manual and see if it is in there, if not I will find it out from the service guy when I take it in the next time.

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This worked for me.

SEE pg. 66 in workshop manual in maintenance section "B"

- Mileage range resetting: After performing scheduled
maintenance, the mileage range must be reset using
the following procedure.

- Access the “SERVICE” mode and press the “OK” and
“ABS” buttons at the same time for more than than
three seconds until “SET NEXT SERVICE” appears
on the display.

Press “OK” to set the mileage until the
next maintenance operation.

- Press the “OK” button to set the first digit of the
mileage range. Press the “SET” or “MODE” buttons to
select the desired digit, then press “OK” to confirm.
Select and set the remaining digits of the mileage
range in the same way.

- When the setting is complete, select “OK” and press
the “OK” button to confirm the mileage range.
Selecting the letter “C” and pressing the “OK” button
stops the setting procedure and any changes made
are not saved.

- Once the setting procedure is complete, the display
will show the new mileage value relative to the next
maintenance operation.

- The display shows “NEXT SERVICE UPDATE” for
three seconds, then returns to “SERVICE” mode.
From this moment, the dashboard starts to countdown
the distance remaining until the next maintenance
operation (“COUNTDOWN”).
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SEE pg. 66 in workshop manual in maintenance section "B"



- Mileage range resetting: After performing scheduled

maintenance, the mileage range must be reset using

the following procedure.



- Access the “SERVICE” mode and press the “OK” and

“ABS” buttons at the same time for more than than

three seconds until “SET NEXT SERVICE” appears

on the display.


Press “OK” to set the mileage until the

next maintenance operation.



- Press the “OK” button to set the first digit of the

mileage range. Press the “SET” or “MODE” buttons to

select the desired digit, then press “OK” to confirm.

Select and set the remaining digits of the mileage

range in the same way.



- When the setting is complete, select “OK” and press

the “OK” button to confirm the mileage range.

Selecting the letter “C” and pressing the “OK” button

stops the setting procedure and any changes made

are not saved.



- Once the setting procedure is complete, the display

will show the new mileage value relative to the next

maintenance operation.



- The display shows “NEXT SERVICE UPDATE” for

three seconds, then returns to “SERVICE” mode.

From this moment, the dashboard starts to countdown

the distance remaining until the next maintenance

operation (“COUNTDOWN”).
Thank you so much! It worked!

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