Question about Mercedes-Benz CLK
First make sure all of the doors, hood, trunk, etc are closed.
Turn the key to position 1
Press system select button(lower left buttons on the steering wheel) that looks like sheets of paper until you see mileage reading or temperature displayed.
Press the brightness button on the lower left instrument cluster 3 times. You should hear a signal and see voltage on the display.
Turn the key to position 2
Press the lower scroll forward/back button(steering left arrows)). You should see "service indicator" on the screen
Press the Brightness button again once. You should see oil type on the screen.
Select the oil grade you used by pressing the + & - buttons on the upper right on the steering wheel.
Press the scroll forward/backward button to confirm. Confirm oil reset, press R(brightness button on lower left on cluster) for 3 seconds should appear on the display.
Service confirmed should appear on the display.
Press the upper forward/backward button & "service indicator" appears on the display.
Press the upper system select button(lower left steering wheel button on left) The display should go back to basic mileage or temperature.
If all else fails. I believe the shortcut I took as a tech was, turn the key to the first position, scroll until you see the temperature or mileage displayed. Turn the key off, push in the brightness button and HOLD it while turning the key to the 2nd position. You should see something like do you want to reset service? press R(brightness) button for 3 seconds and it should reset.
Good luck. The newer cars are worse.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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