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Old 03-16-2009, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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does anyone know how to reset the oil change count down after you do the oil change on a 2006 range rover hse?
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purchase $25,000.00 IDS diagnostic laptop.follow reset reminder instructions,or you ignore this fine example of British technology. wait , thats an oxymoron,british technology,sorry about that. go to dealer,pay the price
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The 2003-2004 Range Rover equipped with the BMW system has many hiden service modes that are not detailed in your owners manual.

Resetting the Oil Service or Service Interval Message.
Ignition key must be "off".
Press and hold the trip odometer button in the instrument cluster (left button), and turn the ignition key to the first position (KLR).
Keep the button pressed for approximately 5 seconds until one of the following words appear in the display: "OIL SERVICE, or "INSPECTION", with "reset".
Release the reset button and press and hold it again until "reset" begins to flash.
While the display is flashing, press the left button briefly to reset the service interval.
After the display has shown the new interval, the following will appear: "END SIA".

I'm going to try doing this sometime this weekend to see if it works.
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purchase $25,000.00 IDS diagnostic laptop.follow reset reminder instructions,or you ignore this fine example of British technology. wait , thats an oxymoron,british technology,sorry about that. go to dealer,pay the price
hey why dont you make your own account instead of stealing someone elses?
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all thought I agree with you, it would be helpful for you to include your suggestion, you know, so the original poster has a second option, and to help backup and capitalize on your statement. just a thought though.
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all thought I agree with you, it would be helpful for you to include your suggestion, you know, so the original poster has a second option, and to help backup and capitalize on your statement. just a thought though.
Oh, you want my suggestion? I think I'll just agree with the guy that isn't a idiot out of those three.

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The 2003-2004 Range Rover equipped with the BMW system has many hiden service modes that are not detailed in your owners manual.

Resetting the Oil Service or Service Interval Message.
Ignition key must be "off".
Press and hold the trip odometer button in the instrument cluster (left button), and turn the ignition key to the first position (KLR).
Keep the button pressed for approximately 5 seconds until one of the following words appear in the display: "OIL SERVICE, or "INSPECTION", with "reset".
Release the reset button and press and hold it again until "reset" begins to flash.
While the display is flashing, press the left button briefly to reset the service interval.
After the display has shown the new interval, the following will appear: "END SIA".

I'm going to try doing this sometime this weekend to see if it works.
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Oh, you want my suggestion? I think I'll just agree with the guy that isn't a idiot out of those three.
there you go.
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Are there any other hidden settings you know about?

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The 2003-2004 Range Rover equipped with the BMW system has many hiden service modes that are not detailed in your owners manual.

Resetting the Oil Service or Service Interval Message.
Ignition key must be "off".
Press and hold the trip odometer button in the instrument cluster (left button), and turn the ignition key to the first position (KLR).
Keep the button pressed for approximately 5 seconds until one of the following words appear in the display: "OIL SERVICE, or "INSPECTION", with "reset".
Release the reset button and press and hold it again until "reset" begins to flash.
While the display is flashing, press the left button briefly to reset the service interval.
After the display has shown the new interval, the following will appear: "END SIA".

I'm going to try doing this sometime this weekend to see if it works.
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BMW is a clever bunch. search for "secrets of the OBC" OBC = on board computer. It isn't on Land Rovers but it is still really cool.
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