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Old 02-15-2012, 12:45 PM
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Reset service indicator E60 2007

1) Insert key
2) Press reset button to reset distance to 0
3) Press start buttom without having foot on brake, service light will appear
4) Press reset button and hold until service indicator appears that is closest or overdue
5) Press reset button again imediately and hold until reset? appear
6) Press reset button again until _ _ _ _ appear
7) Press reset button again until new interval appear
8) Press reset button untilne interval and OK appear
9) As OK appear press start, press key and remove
10) Re-insert key and verify new service interval

Do not reset if service was not done, that defeats the object
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