Re: Bentley Continental Fluying Spur service display...
The real repair is to have the vehicle serviced by a Bentley dealer. The other option is as follows...Press and hold the trip button / While doing this, turn the ignition key into the on position / Let go of both, and you will see the words "service reset" on the drivers instrument panel screen / Now press the silver knurled roller switch "OK" on the right side of the steering wheel controls, by the menu button. This will confirm the request.
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To reset CHANGE OIL SOON/OIL CHANGE REQUIRED message on the Message Center, press the STATUS control to access the System Check mode. Press the RESET button to display OIL LIFE _% RESET FOR NEW. Press and hold the RESET button until OIL LIFE IS 100% is displayed.
When "CHANGE OIL SOON" or "OIL CHANGE REQUIRED" is displayed on the Message Center, turn the ignition on. Press and hold "OIL CHANGE RESET' or the "RESET" button until "OIL LIFE RESET TO 100%" is displayed on the Message Center.
When "SERVICE" is illuminated, on the Message Center, press the "SYSTEM CHECK" button on the right of the display. Then press the "RESET" button. The "SERVICE" symbol and mileage will start to flash. Next, press the "SYSTEM CHECK" and "RESET" buttons at the same time. The display will show "7,200 miles/11,580 km" and will count down from there as long as the buttons are depressed. Release the buttons at the desired service interval.
When "SERVICE DUE" is illuminated on the Message Center, press the "CHECK OUT" button located below the display. Then press the "RESET" button. The display should now read "SERVICE DONE?" Next, press the "CHECK OUT" button and "RESET" buttons at the same time. The display will show "7,200 miles/11,580 km" and will count down from there as long as the buttons are depressed. Release the buttons at the desired service interval.
Turn your ignition on but do not start up the car, wait for 10 seconds.
Hold the trip and cancel buttons for 7 seconds
Use the trip button to scroll down the menu , when you see service required, press the cancel button.
Hold this down until you hear a bleep.
1. Press and hold the ODO reset button.
2. While still holding the ODO reset, press the IGN button twice without your foot on the brake. The display will show dashes, then zeros to indicate the service reminder is reset.
Other models follow this procedure:
1. Turn the ignition switch to off.
2. While pressing the trip reset button, turn the ignition switch to "IG-ON." Continue to press and hold the reset button until the trip meter displays zeroes
The dealer will not do it because the vehicle needs to be properly serviced, by people who know how to service it. The correct procedure is as follows: With the ignition key off, press and hold the trip button / while doing this, turn the ignition key to the on position / The driver's instrument panel screen will now read "service reset." / Now press the silver knurled knob on the right side of the steering wheel controls, this will confirm the operation.
turn key to the 2nd stage 1 being accessories. press the trip & cancel buttons together hold for about 5 to 7 seconds then dissplay will show nothing press againe immediatly for about 5/6 seconds will go into change mode car serial number will be shown where milage was then use the trip button only to navigate to the sign saying service due then hold down cancel button untill it changes coloure from green to red or visa versa then it will beep pres cancel then turn ingision off re-start car