Question about Mitsubishi Outlander
Take it to the dealer to have it turned off with the MUT-III. They can also change it to a different mileage/month setting. You can reset it yourself using the info button.
With the key out & door closed, press the info button until the periodic service light is displayed. Press and hold the info button until it says clear. Press it one more time to clear the mileage.
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Posted on Mar 15, 2011
Periodic inspection is indication for oil change.but if all this is done.Then try reset:----You can reset it yourself using the info button.
With the key out & door closed, press the info button until the periodic service light is displayed. Press and hold the info button until it says clear. Press it one more time to clear the mileage. ----------- You turn it off using the info button to the left of the steering wheel. Its in the manual. It says to turn the car on but don't start it (ACC = ON) then push the info button until it shows the mile indicator with the wrench below it (on the center info screen) then press and hold the info button for a few seconds. The car will beep and the miles above the wrench will change/flash. This resets its. ------------------- That only resets it. To turn it off completely. For the vehicles with NAVI, turn off the MID using the scan tool and use the service reminder built in the NAVI head unit. -------------------------- The Outlander XLS 2008 has a button "INFO" at the left of the steering wheel and also car has the MMCS (the Navigation System) screen to the right. This NS has also a button "INFO". Both "INFOs" can give you warning messages and it depends on how they have been set. The right "INFO" is relatively easy to re-set manually and doing this the warning messages can be stopped. However, the setting on the left "INFO" is usually set in the factory or by the dealer using a special scanning machine where numerical numbers are entered. The norm is that you should change the oil at 1000 miles first and after at every 3000 miles. ---------- This should help.Thanks.Keep updated.Helpmech.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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