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Author Subject: Service Indicator
jmgti6

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Post #1
Just reset my service light after oil and filter change and the only choices you have are 12000 and 20000. I'm sure last time i did it i had 6000 and 9000. Does this seem normal?
Posted 5th Aug 2010 at 23:49
anth

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Post #2
You have a choice? on mine they have been random.

last car was bout 8,000 this one is 4,500! Then when it gets to a 1,000 it just goes straight to 0 lol
Posted 6th Aug 2010 at 01:30
stu

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Location: Milton Keynes

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Post #3
You can choose different service intervals.

This is what the 306 Manual says -


Posted 6th Aug 2010 at 02:47
chrisd306

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Location: Perth Scotland

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Post #4
mine doesnt reset on the rallye at all

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Posted 7th Aug 2010 at 01:46
bennn

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Post #5
anth wrote:
You have a choice? on mine they have been random.

last car was bout 8,000 this one is 4,500! Then when it gets to a 1,000 it just goes straight to 0 lol


Bumping this thread up, as mine was on 3500 and then just went straight to 0.

Something similar happened on my old 6. Does anyone have any idea why this happens?

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Posted 30th May 2011 at 16:17
Rich E Forum Admin

Location: Hertfordshire

Registered: 27 Apr 2005

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Post #6
The answer is the handbook pages Stu posted above.

The service interval counter is on a timer too. If the time between services elapses (2 years for normal conditions or 1 year for arduous conditions) the counter drops to zero.

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Posted 30th May 2011 at 17:56

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