Question about 2001 BMW 325
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You don't "have to" reset the status but it does help to keep track of oil life.
Turn the car on. Wait about a minute for the computer to get to normal.
press and hold the travel mile reset button. HOld it untill an ! in a triangle appears. then your maintanance info will pop up. select the item to reset. and tap the side button on the wand atached to the stearing wheel. this button is what you use to browse through your computer. press the button once it will say "reset" press and hold it the second time and it will say reset, hold for 5 seconds or so and it will show a check mark next to
"reset" confirming it has reset.
Posted on Dec 08, 2011
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