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Service Reminder - Everything you ever needed to know

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Old 04-18-2007, 02:39 PM
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Some useful info fromthe service manual - here is how to reset your Service Reminder, Change the Maintenance Schedule (factory default is 6 months/7,500 miles but those of us requiring the "Severe Maintenance" schedule can change it as outlined below), or inactivate it altogether:

HOW TO CANCEL THE SERVICE REMINDER WARNING

1. Turn the ignition switch to the "OFF" position.
2. By operating the meter information switch, the warning period is displayed on the multi information display.
3. Press the meter information switch once for 1.2 seconds or longer.
4. The service reminder indicator flashes.
5. While the service reminder indicator flashes, press the meter information switch once for less than 1.2 seconds.
6. The service reminder indicator is turned ON, and "CLEAR" is displayed on the multi-information display for 3 seconds.
7. After "CLEAR" is displayed for 3 seconds, the warning period to the next time is displayed.

HOW TO SET THE SCHEDULE
1. Turn the ignition switch to the "OFF" position.
2. By operating the meter information switch, the warning period is displayed on the multi information display.
3. Press the meter information switch once for 1.2 seconds or longer.
4. The service reminder indicator flashes.
5. While the service reminder indicator flashes, press the meter information switch 3 times consecutively for 1.2 seconds or longer.
6. The service reminder indicator is turned ON, and the current schedule is displayed on the multi information display.
7. While the current schedule is displayed, press the meter information switch 3 times consecutively for less than 1.2 seconds.
8. The multi information display is shifted to the schedule selection mode.
9. When the meter information switch is pressed for less than 1.2 seconds, the schedule is shifted, and when the switch is pressed for 1.2 seconds or longer, the displayed schedule is set.
10. The schedule set in Step 9 is displayed for 3 seconds, and the warning period to the next time is displayed.

ScheduleWarning types Warning criteria
NAS 10 (initial setting) Elapsed time (month) Every 6 elapsed months
Driving distance (miles) Every 7,500 miles of driving distance
Driving distance (km) Every 12,000 km of driving distance

NAS 11 Elapsed time (month) Every 3 elapsed months
Driving distance (miles)Every 3,750 miles of driving distance
Driving distance (km) Every 6,000 km of driving distance

NAS 20 Elapsed time (month) Every 5 elapsed months
Driving distance (miles) Every 5,000 miles of driving distance
Driving distance (km) Every 8,000 km of driving distance

NAS 21 Elapsed time (month) Every 4 elapsed months
Driving distance (miles) Every 3,750 miles of driving distance
Driving distance (km) Every 6,000 km of driving distance

HOW TO INACTIVATE THE SERVICE REMINDER
FUNCTION

By setting to "OFF Display" or "Function OFF" when the schedule is set, the service reminder function can be inactivated.

When "OFF Display" is selected
_ Even when the check warning period is reached, the service reminder display is not displayed.
_ Even if the service reminder screen is displayed by the meter information switch
operation, "OFF" is displayed.

When "Function OFF" is selected
_ Even when the check warning period is reached, the service reminder display is not displayed.
_ Even with the meter information switch operation, the service reminder screen is not displayed.
 
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Old 04-18-2007, 05:13 PM
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Cool info, thx.
 
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Thats very cool info to have, thanks
 
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thats so bad ***... thanks. your tha man
 
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Old 04-18-2007, 09:35 PM
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Sticky someone?
 
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[sm=smiley20.gif] You da man. Great info rdenis. I think I will change my schedule to NAS 20 or 21.
 
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Ill send a moderator a PM, and see if they wont pop in log enough to sticky it for us.
 
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PM sent to RCJ...
 
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Old 12-01-2007, 02:00 PM
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Do you by any chance know where I can get info on turning off the service reminder on a 2002 Mitsubshi Montero Sport. I would also like to get my hands on a vehicle specific service manual that dosent cost hunderds of dollars. Thanks.
 
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Old 02-07-2008, 11:18 AM
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Does this include the Nav/MMCS Outlanders? Or is there a way to set it in the MMCS?

I had tried to change it via the instructions, but it didn't work. I've only got 1400 miles on mine and have a "Periodic Maintenance" reminder upon start up. I didn't get a chance to check any further about MMCS settings.
 

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