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    Reset service indicator?

    Anyone know how to do it using the stalks?

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    Copied from my Haynes manual -

    With the ignition switched off, depress and hold the trip odometer reset button. After approx 3 seconds InSP0 will appear in the display. Keep the reset button depressed and also press the brake pedal.

    Switch on the ignition with the button and pedal still depressed and InSP ---- will appear flashing in the display. Keep the buton and pedal held down until the display changes.

    After approximately 10 secs the display will change to show max mileage before next service is due. release the reset button and brake pedal then switch off the ignition. When the pedals are released the odometer will appear again.


    Give that a try!

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    You and mr Haynes are life savers, i'll go give it a go

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    Couldnt get inspo to appear by holding reset with the ignition off....BUT
    I just held the reset and brake pedal, turned the ignition on, and inspo was flashing in the display, i kept holding and it went away, so I think it's done but im not 100% sure, is there any way to check??

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    No idea to be honest but sure it mentions it in the handbook.

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