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Old 06-04-2010, 12:54 AM
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Service b1 reset HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

for the life of me, I cannot get the service b1 to reset even following the manual. I changed the oil and now 300 miles past. I have turned ignition to on, hit the < > multiple times but nothing ever comes up.

really annoying.

can any kind soul help !!!!!!!!!!!!
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What screen are you on in the MID?
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Old 06-04-2010, 01:13 AM
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when I turn the ignition to on, the only message I get is the service due B1 and the mileage I am over. I cannot get to any other screen in the display no matter what combination I press for buttons????
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You have to hold the button that is between the <> for about 10 seconds. If you do, you'll get the screen that says reset. All you need to do is scroll to reset and hit the middle button again.
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=9qdj8q1YoOo

I tried and no go. Here is a video
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1. Turn the ignition switch to ON

2. Select Trip A or Trip B (You can use either one, so if you are using one to record data for something, use the other one to reset the Oil Life Indicator).

3. Press the < or > button repeatedly until the oil life is displayed.

4. Press and hold the Select/Reset button for 10 seconds. The Multi-Information Display will ask for a confirmation.


•a. If you are sure you want to reset the display, press the Select/Reset button for 10 seconds again. (This is the part omitted from the manual.)

•b. If you do not want to reset the display, press the < or > button to select "Cancel"
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Originally Posted by aleicgrant View Post
http://youtube.com/watch?v=9qdj8q1YoOo

I tried and no go. Here is a video
I think the oil indicator should be showing first before you could reset it
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+1...if you search this site, you'll find info re: oil life reset.
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Ok guys I'm not on crack. The cancel doesn't work. I can't get to a or b either so what in gods name am I doing wrong.
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And I asssume you select a or b using the dash brightness stick?
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And I asssume you select a or b using the dash brightness stick?
You should be able to toggle through using the Select/Reset button as well to move from the A and B trip odometer to the oil life display.

I've found in the past that if a warning is displayed, I've had to press the Select/Reset button a couple of time to get past the "nag screen", and then can cycle through A, B and Oil life.

EDIT: Might be the < button you need to push multiple times...

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Guys tried every combo and no joy. Will take it to the stealership and hope they can help.

I appreciate the assistance from everyone on this
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Guys tried every combo and no joy. Will take it to the stealership and hope they can help.

I appreciate the assistance from everyone on this
This might be too late but i'm still going to post this video ....This video is for honda crv, but it's almost the same, just hold the odometer stck for 10 secs...http://youtube.com/watch?v=pmcts7K0Xd8

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Appreciate another suggestion.... Again no joy
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The last posted video helped me. just changed the oil on my 07 acura tl-s and didnt know you had to press and hold for 15 secs after the service soon a1. Thanks
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