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Hi all. Ive had my ST for 11 months and the Oil change required light has come on. I assume it was serviced just as I bought it. I can do the oil change no prob but couple of ques pls.
A. How imminent do i need to do it?
B. Is the light triggered by anything....eg date or state of oil?
C. When I change the oil does the light go off by itself or do I go into settings somewhere to turn it off?
Thanks Pete
 

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If you've had it for 11 months then it's annual oil change is due, I think the warning is triggered by time or miles like the service is.

Once you've changed the oil you can turn off the warning as follows:
  1. Switch the ignition on. Do not start the engine.
  2. Fully press the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time.
  3. Keep the accelerator and brake pedals fully pressed.
  4. After three seconds, a message displays confirming the reset procedure is in progress.
  5. After 25 seconds, a message displays confirming the reset procedure is complete.
  6. Release the accelerator and brake pedals.
  7. Switch the ignition off.
 

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If you've had it for 11 months then it's annual oil change is due, I think the warning is triggered by time or miles like the service is.

Once you've changed the oil you can turn off the warning as follows:
  1. Switch the ignition on. Do not start the engine.
  2. Fully press the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time.
  3. Keep the accelerator and brake pedals fully pressed.
  4. After three seconds, a message displays confirming the reset procedure is in progress.
  5. After 25 seconds, a message displays confirming the reset procedure is complete.
  6. Release the accelerator and brake pedals.
  7. Switch the ignition off.
Thanks mate
 
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