Turn on ignition and while the spanner symbol comes up, press and hold right hand pin for a few seconds or until it flashes. You'll then be able to submit a new interval.
when i turn the ignition on that zero and spanner light are flashing i hold the pin for few seconds it does nothing if i press it the once it goes to the milage and the spanner is flashing if i try to hold the pin for few seconds ages it will not let me submit new service interval im confused as hell with itTurn on ignition and while the spanner symbol comes up, press and hold right hand pin for a few seconds or until it flashes. You'll then be able to submit a new interval.
As soon as I turn on the ignition it's already flashing does that make any difference ???So as soon as you turn on the ignition (don't start the engine of course!), press and hold the pin, it will begin to flash then let go, at which point 10000 comes up. If you leave it, it will store 10k as the interval.
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I'm going to try this tomorrow agen I did try this the 0🔧 did go off for about a second then come back but didn't display anything elseOn the later models, just turn the ignition on, press both buttons and keep them pressed.
After about 5 seconds the display changes to 12,437 ish.
and iv found on an old post on this forum the engine has to be running as well as hold two pins in for 5 sec tomorrow i will give it a goOops, yeah, sorry. Yours is after 2010?
Yeah, both pins, five seconds.
apparently on euro5 engine it does but i will try it with and without and let u no if it works or notThe engine doesn't need to be running.
Haha thanks mate 😂😂 I was frustrated for somthing so stupidly simple ha I well all done let's start the upgrades 😁😁 watch this space love the truckI could sense your frustration previously!
Glad you got it sorted.