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How do you reset the service indicator on a smart fourtwo

Have done only 3000 miles since last years

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SOURCE: How do I reset my service B indicator on my 2002

1. Place the ignition key in position #2. That's the one just befor the starter engages. (My owners manual said position #1, but that didn't work.) 2. Bring up the odometer/mileage reading on the screen, and then scroll until you get the FSS display. (Flexible Service Schedule) That's the one that shows how many miles until the next servicing. 3. Press the "R" (reset button) on the instrument panel for about 2 seconds and release. The display should change to ask you if you want to reset the reading. 4. Press and HOLD the "R" button again until the mileage resets.
Note: Sometimes it won't work if any of the doors are open. Make sure all doors are closed.

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Hi, there are two methods to reset that reminder:

Method 1 Switch on ignition to position 1 Select maintenance indicator within 4 sec. by double tapping the instrument cluster button Switch off the ignition to position 0 (off) within 10 sec. Push and hold in the instrument cluster button and switch ignition on Hold the instrument cluster button for another 10 sec In that time, the spanner symbol on the LCD will flash and eventually reset

Method 2 Switch on the ignition to position 1 Select maintenance indicator within 4 sec by double tapping the instrument cluster button, keep it held down on the second press. Switch off the ignition to position 0 (off) within 10 sec Switch ignition on Keep the instrument cluster button held down for another 10 sec. In that time, the spanner symbol on the LCD will flash and eventually reset..

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