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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2013-2018 Engine Oil Reset

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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2013-2018 Engine Oil Reset

The Sprinter is aimed at the commercial market and offers cargo and passenger versions. Developed by Mercedes-Benz’s commercial truck division, as evident by the Mercedes switchgear inside, the Sprinter is sold at Freightliner dealers as well. A myriad of wheelbases, roof heights, and seat configurations are available. A strong turbodiesel V6 is available, offering better fuel economy than rival vans. You can also opt for the base 2.1-liter, turbodiesel four cylinder. ESC is standard. The interior is huge but you have to climb into it. Handling is decent considering the Sprinter’s size. Mercedes ended its Sprinter re-badging partnership with Chrysler’s Dodge brand, making all Sprinter vans Mercedes-Benz vehicles since 2010.

Without steering wheel controls 

1.Switch on ignition. 

If the exceeding of the maintenance interval is shown in the display, you have to wait until the readout in the display automatically jumps over to total km. Only then is it possible to get into the service menu. 

2.Press button 0 on the instrument cluster for approximately 30 seconds until a beep sounds. 

3.On diesel engines with a long oil change interval: Press button M (1) repeatedly until “rESEt .51 / rESEt .31”  is shown on the display, or on older instrument clusters “rESEt 229.5 / rESEt 229.3” is shown together with the oil can symbol. 

4.Press button 0 in the instrument cluster for approximately 3 seconds, release and press again. 

Should the wrong oil type have inadvertently been selected when resetting the maintenance computer, proceed as follows. 


I.Switch ignition off/on. 
II.Press button 0 on the instrument cluster for approximately 30 seconds until a beep sounds. 
III.Press button M (1) on the instrument cluster until “rESEt StoP” is shown on the display together with the oil can symbol. 
IV.Press button 0 in the instrument cluster for approximately 3 seconds, release and press again. 
V.Repeat steps 3 and 4. 



With steering wheel controls

1.Switch on ignition. The total kilometers must be displayed in order to reach the “service scope x in xxx km” menu. Should the total kilometers not be shown in the display, press the system selection button in the lower control panel (S111s3) until the total kilometers are displayed. 
2.Press the upper control panel on the scroll forward/back button (S111s1) several times until “service scope x in xxx km” appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster. 
3.Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster for approximately 30 seconds until a beep sound. 
4.Press the lower control panel of the system selection button (S111s3) once. 
5.Press the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1) until “Service in xxx km” appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster. 
6.Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster. The menu “Carry out” (Carry out as display in the multifunction display) appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster. 
7.Press the upper control panel on the scroll forward and back button (S111s1). The selection menu “Oil types” appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster. 
8.Press the upper control panel on the button + and – (S110s1) repeatedly until the desired oil type is marked in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster. 
9.Select mark oil type with the upper control panel of the scroll forward and backward button (S111s1). 
10.Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster for approximately 3 seconds until the display “Service confirmed” appears in the multifunction display. 
11.Press the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1). The newly adjusted service scope appears in the multifunction display.
Should the wrong oil type have inadvertently been selected when resetting the maintenance computer, proceed as follows. 
I.Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster. The menu “Carry out” (Carry out as display in the multifunction display) appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster. 
II.In the menu “To be carried out” (“To be carried out” as a display in the multifunction display) mark the menu item “Full Service back” (“Full service back” as a display in the multifunction display) with the upper control panel of the + and – button (S110s1). 
III.Select marked menu item “Full service back” with the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1). 
IV.Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster for approximately 3 seconds until the display “Service confirmed” appears in the multifunction display. 
V.Press the upper control panel of the scroll forward and back button (S111s1). The service scope to be corrected appears in the multifunction display. 
VI.Press button 0 (1) on the instrument cluster. The menu “Carry out” (Carry out as display in the multifunction display) appears in the multifunction display of the instrument cluster. 
VII.In the menu “To be carried out” (“To be carried out” as a display in the multifunction display) mark the menu item “Full Service” (Full service as display in the multifunction display) with the upper control panel of the + and – button (S110s1). 
VIII.Repeat operation steps 7 to 11. 

Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2005-20011 Engine Oil Life Reset Guide (Easy guide)

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Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2005-20011 Engine Oil Life Reset Guide (Easy guide)

In 2005 it was introduced in spring in Europe and in autumn in Canada. The B-Class is a front-wheel drive car with a sandwich floor construction and a parabolic rear suspension. The B-Class has a two-box design: one box for the drivetrain and another the passenger and luggage compartments. The B-Class gains much of its comparatively large interior volume through its height, a configuration that makes the most of the vehicle’s footprint. Having evolved from the even smaller A-Class it retained that car’s sandwich floor concept.The A-Class was originally intended to have a battery-powered version that would meet California’s (since-rescinded) zero-emissions mandate, and the batteries were supposed to go between the floors.
All models included many passive automobile safety systems like ESP, ABS, traction control, cornering lights, active lighting system, and headlamp assist. In the event of a frontal impact the engine and transmission slides beneath the passenger compartment.

In 2008 it was updated with a start-stop system and a Blue EFFICIENCY option. A new NGT variant was added, which could burn either gasoline or natural gas.

In 2011 Mercedes-Benz did a world tour with three of its Mercedes-Benz F-Cell vehicles, one of which was the B-Class. The hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle was driven more than 30,000 kilometres in a circumnavigation of the globe, starting and ending in Stuttgart. 

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