Question about 2005 Porsche Boxster
You have to go to the dealer to get this done. Also remember that once the dealer has reset the indicator you will be driving for up to 1000 miles before the - - - - - - - resets itself. It takes this time for the computer to analyse typical driving conditions and your driving style both of which affect the next service interval.
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