Question about 2006 Volvo S40
I had a service station provide the normal maintenance and I can't figure out how to permanently delete the "Time For Regular Maintenance" indicator. I can't find a permanent solution in the owners manuel and I am sure that's because they want me going to the dealer for this service. Please help.
Try this procedure. It works on some models.
1: Turn key to position #1
2: Push, and "HOLD" the Trip Reset button.
3: After 2 seconds, keep holding the trip reset while turning the ignition switch to position #2.
4: Keep holding the trip reset button in for about 15 seconds, the amber triangle in the dash should start flashing. Release the trip reset button when it does. Turn ignition off, on, then back off.
If that doesn't do it, you may have to see a dealer. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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