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Old 07-04-2008, 12:11 PM
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I have a 2008 Sprinter.The dash light (wrench shape)indicating that routine maintenance is due comes on every time I start the vechicle, (because the dealer changed the oil while doing other work and the mileage hadn't been reached at that time.) Is there a way to reset this indicator? My Sprinter does NOT have the steering wheel buttons. Thanks.
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Old 07-08-2008, 01:04 PM
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the scan tool is needed to reset it as far as we know. in service information is says to reset it the same way as the va sprinters. But the buttons are not there. So the dealer needs to reset it with the starscan/ starmobile
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I have a 2008 Sprinter.The dash light (wrench shape)indicating that routine maintenance is due comes on every time I start the vechicle, (because the dealer changed the oil while doing other work and the mileage hadn't been reached at that time.) Is there a way to reset this indicator? My Sprinter does NOT have the steering whe
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STANDARD PROCEDURE - Active Service System (ASSYST) Maintenance Reset


Description
The ASSYST tells you when the next service is due.

The deadline for the service is indicated in either days or miles/km, depending on the number of miles/kilometers driven.



About one month before the service is due, the multi-function display indicates whether

Service A: Oil Service Plus or




Service B: a maintenance sercie will be carried out. The display appears for approximately ten seconds after you have turned the ignition on. At the same time, the remaining distance in miles/km or the remaining time in days is also displayed.




When the remaining time in days is shown, the time symbol is displayed.


If you have exceeded the service date,

the service display will blink for 10 seconds in the multi-function display after the ignition has been turned on,
and a minus sign will appear in front of the service date.
After each service (Oil Service Plus or maintenance service), the authorized dealer or Sprinter service center will reset the service display.



High Line Vehicles
1. Switch on the ignition.


NOTE: The total miles/kilometers must be displayed in order to reach the "service scope x in xxx km" menu.
2. Press the system selection button in the lower control panel (S111s3-menu buttons(lower left)) until the total kilometers are displayed
3. Press the upper control panel on the scroll forward/back button (S111s1- up and down arrow (upper right)) several times until "service scope x in xxx km" appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster.
4. Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster for approx. 30 s until a beep sounds.
5. Press the lower control panel of the system selection button (S111s3) once.
6. Press the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1) until "Service in xxx km" appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster.
7. Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster. The menu "Carry out" (Carry out as display in the multifunction display) appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster.
8. Press the upper control panel on the scroll forward and back button (S111s1). The selection menu "Oil types" appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster.
9. Press the upper control panel on the button + and - (S110s1-Plus or minus buttons.(top right)) repeatedly until the desired oil type is marked in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster.

NOTE: The following oil types appear in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster:
Diesel engine with long oil change interval: Qual. 228.51 (older instrument clusters 229.5)
Diesel engine with short oil change interval: Qual. 229.31 (older instrument clusters 229.3)

10. Select mark oil type with the upper control panel of the scroll forward and backward button (S111s1).
11. Press button 0 (1-bottom button on cluster) on the instrument cluster for approx. 3 s until the display "Service confirmed" appears in the multifunction display.
12. Press the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1). The newly adjusted service scope appears in the multifunction display.

NOTE: Should the wrong oil type have inadvertently been selected when resetting the maintenance computer, proceed as follows.
13. Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster. The menu "Carry out" (Carry out as display in the multifunction display) appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster.
14. In the menu "To be carried out" ("To be carried out" as a display in the multifunction display) mark the menu item "Full Service back" ("Full service back" as a display in the multifunction display) with the upper control panel of the + and - button (S110s1).
15. Select marked menu item "Full service back" with the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1).
16. Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster for approx. 3 s until the display "Service confirmed" appears in the multifunction display.
17. Press the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1). The service scope to be corrected appears in the multifunction display.
18. Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster. The menu "Carry out" (Carry out as display in the multifunction display) appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster.
19. In the menu "To be carried out" ("To be carried out" as a display in the multifunction display) mark the menu item "Full Service" (Full service as display in the multifunction display) with the upper control panel of the + and - button (S110s1).
20. Repeat operation steps 7 to 11.


Low Line Vehicles
1. Switch on the ignition.
2. Press the "0" button on the instrument cluster for approximately 30 seconds until a beep sounds.

Long Oil Change Interval

3. Press the "M" button (?) repeatedly until "rESEt .51" is shown on the display or on older instrument clusters "rESEt 229.5" is shown together with the oil can symbol.

Short Oil Change Interval

4. Press the "M" button (?) repeatedly until "rESEt .31" is shown on the display or on older instrument clusters "rESEt 229.3" is shown together with the oil can symbol.
5. Press the "0" button on the instrument cluster for approximately three seconds, release and press again.


NOTE: Should the wrong oil type have inadvertently been slected when resetting the maintenance computer, follow the following steps.
6. Switch the ignition off and then back on.
7. Press the "0" button on the instrument cluster for approximately 30 seconds until a beep sounds.
8. Press the "M" button (?) until "rESEt StoP" is shown on the display together with the oil can symbol.
9. Press the "0" button on the instrument cluster for approximately three seconds, release and press again.
10. Repeat steps 3 - 5.
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