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Old 01-24-2003, 09:36 PM   #1
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Question How do i reset the service light?

I was wondering if i could get help on how to reset the service lights on a 98' clk and 98' ml. I saw mbtech208 talk about it in some post but i cant seem to find it anywhere (used search)! on the ML it says -1500 and a wrench symbol next to it!? any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 01-24-2003, 11:11 PM   #2
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www.4x4abc.com/ml320 I found directions there a couple weeks agao,worked for me.

1)turn ignition to position 1

2)press RESET button twice w/n 2 seconds

3)turn back to position 1

4)PRESS & HOLD the reset button,turn back to position 2

5)keep PRESSING until beep & new miles appear.

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Old 02-11-2003, 03:15 PM   #3
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Service A or B Lights?

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www.4x4abc.com/ml320 I found directions there a couple weeks agao,worked for me.

1)turn ignition to position 1

2)press RESET button twice w/n 2 seconds

3)turn back to position 1

4)PRESS & HOLD the reset button,turn back to position 2

5)keep PRESSING until beep & new miles appear.
Are you referring to the annoying message that says something like "Service A exceeded by 4500 Miles"?

Or are you referring to the trip reset of the milege?

Thanks.
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Please explain.

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Originally posted by dduke
www.4x4abc.com/ml320 I found directions there a couple weeks agao,worked for me.

1)turn ignition to position 1

2)press RESET button twice w/n 2 seconds

3)turn back to position 1

4)PRESS & HOLD the reset button,turn back to position 2

5)keep PRESSING until beep & new miles appear.
What do you mean in #3? Isn't the ignition in position 1 already? That was done in your instruction #1???
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I guess it should state in #1 ,turn ignition to the 2 position.

Doing it from memory.There is a link you can go to that gives the instructions that I used. worked for me.
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fss light

Depending on the model,the drivers door might have to be in the close position.
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Old 02-13-2003, 11:19 PM   #7
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I tried this on my 98 c230 and it reset my trip light and not my fss light thats on lol
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Originally posted by dduke
www.4x4abc.com/ml320 I found directions there a couple weeks agao,worked for me.

1)turn ignition to position 1

2)press RESET button twice w/n 2 seconds

3)turn back to position 1

4)PRESS & HOLD the reset button,turn back to position 2

5)keep PRESSING until beep & new miles appear.
Hi there,

Thanks for the info, but the link does not work. I also tried the instructions a few times and also with #1 with the ignition in position two.

Please provide the link and if anyone else can help as well.

Thanks.

This is what I tried also,:

turn ignition key to position 2

press reset button twice within 4 seconds

turn ignition back to pos 1

press and hold the reset button

turn ignition to pos 2

keep pressing the reset button until buzzer sounds and new miles display appears

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Sorry about that.......manually type in www.4x4abc.com,in the search area type in fss. that should get you there.
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How to reset FSS after an oil change
turn ignition key to position 2

press reset button twice within 4 seconds

turn ignition back to pos 1

press and hold the reset button

turn ignition to pos 2

keep pressing the reset button until buzzer sounds and new miles display appears
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Completed - Thanks!!!

I found this on the net and it worked.

Turn the electronic key in steering lock to position 2. To call up the trip odometer and main odometer, press button 3 or 4 on the multifunction steering wheel until the display appears.

Press button 5 or 6 until the FSS indicator appears.

Press button 'R' on the instrument cluster for approximately 2 seconds.

The multifunction display will show the question:

'DO YOU WANT TO RESET SERVICE INTERVAL? - CONFIRM BY PRESSING R'

Press button 'R' on the instrument cluster again, and hold until a signal sounds. The message 'SERVICE INTERVAL HAS BEEN RESET' appears in the multifunction display.

The new service indicator is displayed with the reset distance of 10,000 miles (Canada 15,000 km).
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Yeah......I knew you'd find it.
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One for the customer.

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Yeah......I knew you'd find it.
Thanks.

I can't express how glad I am that the annoying message is "gone". All I have to do now is find a way to get the oil filter cover off so that I can do an oil change myself. I like doing my own oil changes because wherever I go, the technicians always put the drain plug back in when there is still a small flow of oill dripping. I like to pour another litre or 2 to flush the dirty oil out even further. I may be ****.

Anyone know where I can get that tool or what to use to get it off?-clk430
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I tried that and it didnt reset my FSS light for my 1998 C230.

heres exactly what I did.

put key in and turn to 2.

press 0 button twice. fss comes on displaying -800.

move key to 0.

move key back to 2 while press and hold 0 again.

hold for 10 secs and wait for beep. (no beep)

I let go of 0 and its suppose to reset fss. (no reset)

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fss light

Don`t let go the 0 button until you hear the bip, & you might need to have the drivers door closed.
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i had the 0 down serveral times past 10 secs, one time it was held for a minute I think.

i cant remember if I had my driver door open or closed, i'll try again right now
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heh got it to work.

tried it again with driver side door closed and voila.

manual doesnt say to do it with door closed!!! grr
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