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Reset BMW Oil Service Light Instructions

Procedure

  1. Insert key in the ignition. Press start without pressing the brake pedal. Do not start the engine.bmw start button
  2. Wait a few seconds for any messages, including the oil service reminder, to disappear.
  3. Immediately after the service light goes out, press and hold the odometer (ODO) reset button. After five seconds, you will see the oil or brake symbol on the center of the dashboard. bmw oil service reset instructions
  4. RESET or use the stalk on the left of the steering column (CHECK / BC) buttons to scroll to throw the service items. Stop once you see the oil symbol.bmw oil light
  5. Once the oil symbol displays on the dashboard, press and holds the ODO reset button for another 5 seconds.
  6. A message on the dashboard will say RESET?reset bmw oil reminder light
  7. Release then press and hold the ODO RESET button again.

The oil symbol and Service Vehicle symbol will change from RED to Orage once the reset is completed successfully.

Reset BMW Oil Light using a Scanner

An alternative method to reset the BMW oil light is to use a BMW Scanner that is capable of performing CBS Reset. The video above shows how to reset the BMW oil light using Foxwell BMW Diagnostic Scanner.

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Yes, you can reset the service reminders using the odometer button. I had done this for the brakes on my previous 228i.

I found a YouTube video that shows this (not mine):



I didn't remember the exact steps from when I did it but based on the video it looks like:
1. Turn on car without starting engine (i.e. press start button without foot on brake)
2. Wait for all dash lights to clear.
3. Press & Hold odometer button until service reminder comes up.
4. Use short presses to scroll through the service reminders until you get to oil change.
5. Use a long press to start a reset.
6. Turn off car.
7. Wait a couple seconds.
8. Start car again (with or without engine), check that the service reminder for oil change doesn't come up.
9. At this point you can also review the service reminders in iDrive.
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BMW SERVICE  INTERVAL REMINDER LIGHTS RESET

 

NOTE: This is sometimes referred to as the “Oil Change Light” or “Oil Service Light“.

NOTE: The service indicator can only be reset using the reset mode in the instrument cluster or by using BMW hardware. This procedure applies to 3- Series from production date 9/99, and 5-Series and 7-Series from production date 9/00 (except 2002-05 7-Series and 2004-05 5-Series) without an engine compartment diagnostic connector.

DESCRIPTION & OPERATION

Starting in 1983 and ending on some models in 1999, service indicator on instrument panel consists of 5
Green, 3 Red and one Yellow Light Emitting Diodes (LED) and the inscriptions OIL SERVICE and
INSPECTION. When ignition is on, as many as 5 Green LEDs will light up. The Green LEDs go out when
the engine is started. If the Yellow LED glows and one of the inscriptions comes on and remains on when
the engine is started, maintenance service is due immediately. When maintenance interval has been
exceeded (after approximately 1000 miles) the Red LED’s will come on in addition to the Yellow LED as a
reminder for servicing.

Beginning on some models in 1999, a new method for displaying the service interval is used. Colored LEDs
are no longer used to display the amount of time until the next service or inspection is due. The actual
mileage remaining until the next service will be displayed for five seconds when the ignition is first
switched on. The text OIL SERVICE or INSPECTION will also illuminate to show which service is due. A
minus symbol (-) before the mileage display indicates that a service is past due.

BMW 1983-2005 Service Light Reset

Models With Engine Compartment Diagnostic Connector

  1. To reset instrument cluster SIA OIL SERVICE indicator,turn ignition switch to ON position. Connect Service Indicator Resetter (62 1 110) to diagnosis connector in engine compartment. See image.
    Identifying BMW Service Interval Reset Tool
  2. Press Yellow OIL SERVICE button. Green LED will illuminate. Wait until Yellow LED illuminates.and then goes out again. Ensure that OIL SERVICE indicator has been reset.
  3. To reset SERVICE INTERVAL indicator, press Red INSPECTION service button for inspection. Green LED illuminates. Wait until Red LED illuminates and then goes out again. Turn ignition switch to OFF position, wait 20 seconds and repeat procedure in order to adapt interval of annual inspection to inspection. Ensure that SERVICE INTERVAL indicator has been reset.

 

BMW 2001-2005 Service Light Reset

Models Without Engine Compartment Diagnostic Connector

Reset service light by performing the following:

  1. Ignition key must be in OFF position.
  2. Press and hold trip odometer reset button in the instrument cluster (left button), and turn ignition key to first position.
  3. Keep the button pressed for approximately 5 seconds until one of the following words appear in the display: “OIL SERVICE”, or “INSPECTION”, with “RESET”.
  4. Release reset button and press it again until “RESET” begins to flash in the display. See Fig. 3 and Fig. 4 .
  5. Service due is shown with “RESET” if coded minimum consumption limit has been reached and resetting is possible. If “RESET” is not shown, minimum limit has not been reached and resetting is not possible.
  6. While “RESET” is flashing, press left button briefly to reset service interval. After display has shown new interval, following will appear: “END SIA”.
  7. System can only be reset again after 2.5 gallons of fuel have been consumed.

Fig. 3- Resetting Service Interval Light

Fig. 4- Resetting Service Interval Light

 

BMW 2004-2005 Service Light Reset

Models Without Condition Based Service (CBS) Interval System

SERVICE INTERVAL LIGHT RESET

The BMW maintenance system SIA IV (service interval indicator) is used on X3 models (E83). The service interval indicator is a system subject to constant development which in its development stages has been integrated in various model series such as E85 (Z4) and E46 (3 and M3-Series).

The service indicator appears in the LC display in the instrument cluster’s speedometer. The indicator is shown for 5 seconds in the LC display after terminal R is “ON”. See Fig. 5.

Fig. 5- Identifying Service Interval Indicator

Resetting Service Interval Indicator

Resetting the service interval indicator for the oil service and inspection procedures can only be done by pressing the left button in the instrument cluster. See Fig. 6.

Fig. 6 Identifying Service Interval Indicator Reset Button

 

BMW 2002-2006 Service Light Reset

Models With Condition Based Service (CBS) Interval System

NOTE: Use this procedure on vehicles with an instrument panel like the ones shown in Fig. 7, Fig. 8, or Fig. 9. If vehicle has an instrument panel like the one shown in Fig. 10,

The “1” symbol means that you can reset service operation (early production vehicles may show an “F”), while a “0” indicates it is not resettable (the first 20 percent of the service interval is also protected against accidental reset). For additional information about Condition Based Service (CBS), see RESETTING AND CORRECTING CONDITION BASED SERVICE under PROGRAMMING in SELF-DIAGNOSIS –

Fig. 7 Identifying Condition Based Service (CBS) Instrument Panel Controls (Typical)
Fig. 8 Identifying Condition Based Service (CBS) Instrument Panel Controls (Typical)
Fig. 9 Identifying Condition Based Service (CBS) Instrument Panel Controls (Typical)

 

Models using a Condition Based Service (CBS) service interval system, which displays a Service Need
Display (SND). When ignition is on, Service Need Display appears under the speedometer in the instrument
cluster for 10 seconds in the place where the fuel tank level is normally displayed. The first line corresponds
to the mileage dependent service items. It specifies the mileage when the next service is due.
If the mileage is exceeded (service overdue), it appears with a minus sign. The second line corresponds to
the time dependent service items and is displayed by a clock symbol. It specifies the weeks/months/years
when the next service is due. If the service is overdue, it appears with a minus sign. The actual service item
(with additional information) can be viewed in the control display.

 

NOTE: On some models an appropriate scan tool may be used to reset CBS service schedules. By using suitable diagnostic equipment connected to the vehicle diagnostic connector it is possible to reset CBS service schedules at any time. By selecting the `CBS’ option, the diagnostic equipment will gather information regarding the current state of CBS items from their relevant modules on the CAN network. see instruction below.

 

Service reset is accomplished using instrument cluster:

  1. Insert key into ignition.
  2. Press ignition start/stop button without depressing the clutch or brake, and wait for the service reminder to disappear.
  3. Immediately after the service reminder indicator goes out, press and hold the odometer reset button or stalk. After 3 secs a warning triangle will appear, keep the odometer button pressed and after another 2-3 secs an oil can will appear. NOTE: If the odometer button is pressed too long (10 secs in total), German writing will appear (giving the software level/ can bus etc. of the vehicle). This indicates that you’ve overshot the reset procedure and you need to re-start from the beginning.
  4. The service menu should now be displayed. Use the button (twist if the switch is a stalk – or if a button, tap repeatedly) to scroll up/down through the various service items. NOTE: On newer models, it may be the rocker/toggle switch on the turn indicator lever that is used to scroll up/down through the various service items. See Fig. 9.
  5. When the item to be reset is showing, press the BC button on end of turn indicator lever. “Reset” should now appear in the display. Press in and hold the BC button for 2-3 secs and a whirling clock icon will be displayed. The reset procedure for the selected service item is done.
  6. Scroll up/down to select another item (as in step 4), or press the ignition start/stop button to exit.

 

 

BMW 2007-2019 Service Light Reset

Models With Condition Based Service (CBS) Interval System

On-the-vehicle service operations can be reset at the instrument panel.

 

NOTE: A reset is only possible in the car if:

  • There is no Check Control message
  • Availability of the service job is under 90%
  • On-board date must be correctly set

NOTE: Resetting of a service job must always be carried out after a maintenance measure has been completed.

IMPORTANT: If engine oil and vehicle check are reset at the same time, always reset engine oil first.

 

  1. Switch the ignition on.
  2. Press the odometer reset button (1) for approx. 10 seconds, until the 1st service job appears in the display (2). See Fig. 10.
  3. Bring up the next item by briefly pressing the button again.
  4. Select the desired service job.
  5. If a reset is possible, this is displayed in the instrument panel as “Reset executable”.
  6. Start the reset by pressing the button for 3 seconds.
  7. Confirm text message “Execute reset?” by pressing the button for 3 seconds again.
  8. The status of the reset is indicated in the display by a progress bar and in text as “Reset running”.
  9. The reset is confirmed after completion as “Reset successful”.
Fig. 10 Identifying Condition Based Service (CBS) Instrument Panel Controls & Display

 

CBS Reset Using BMW Diagnosis System (Scan Tool)

IMPORTANT: Although the CBS maintenance jobs can be reset using in-car controls, it is recommended that the reset procedure be done via the diagnosis system. It is only possible to code the statutory intervals specific to individual countries with the diagnosis system.

IMPORTANT: To be able to check and/or correct the car’s on-board date properly, the diagnosis system requires the correctly set tester system date. The jobs may only be reset after the service measure has been completed. The brake pads can only be reset with a new brake pad wear sensor.

 

The CBS jobs can be reset via the diagnosis system on the following path:

  1. Start diagnosis
  2. Carry out vehicle identification
  3. Function selection
  4. Service functions
  5. Maintenance
  6. CBS reset

 

These tutorial will work on the following BMW Car Models. 

That all! Thank you very much!

 

 

 

 

 

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How To Reset Oil Service Light On BMW X1 F48 (2016-2021)

How have you been, Bimmers? I wish you good health always. In this post, I’m going to share some tips and tricks when you’re already doing a BMW X1 F48 oil change DIY and need to reset the service light on your car.

Be sure to read this one thoroughly and then head on over to the DIY so that way you could get the tips of tricks first. Then when you’re reading the DIY, you can make a little more sense of some of those things. So let’s go ahead and get started.

How To Reset Oil Service Light On BMW X1 F48 (2016-2021)

How To Reset Oil Service Light On BMW X1 F48 (2016-2021)

Time needed: 3 minutes.

So when you’re done with the oil change, some of you guys might have a service light on this BMW X1 F48. So this is how you reset it:

  1. Turn on your car without starting the engine

    Put the key in and don’t touch any pedals then push the START button once

  2. Hold down the RESET button

    Press and hold the RESET button to go through and wait till the service menu comes up
    bmw service minder oil light reset

  3. Display the ENGINE OIL

    Once it does you can scroll through the RESET to bring up the different items and find the ENGINE OIL
    mini service item menu reset

  4. Press and hold the RESET button

    Once you get there you hold your finger on the RESET button and it’ll say Reset

  5. Hold it again

    Hold down the RESET button one more time to confirm it and you’re done

For your info, this operation work for the BMW X1 F48 (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 model years).

So that is it for today some tips and tricks on resetting the oil service light in your BMW. I hope you liked this content, and if you have any feedback feel free to leave it in the comments section. Anyway, thanks for your time and until next time.

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Reset the Oil Service Light

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Resetting the service lights on a BMW is not explained in the service manual. When you take your car into the dealership for service, the techs use this menu to reset your car's display.

If you are like us and prefer to work on your own car, the process can be a little tricky to figure out. So, here are the instructions I've compiled from a number of sources. Most of the videos for this procedure lack good instruction, so I'm hoping this will help everyone out.

This procedure should work on the e82, e90, e92, and e93.

Many people report success only after several repeated attempts. If your having trouble, be persistent and try again.

Required Tools

Step by Step Instructions

Getting into the Service Menu

1

Insert your key into the ignition

2

Without pressing down the clutch or brake pedal, press start/stop button.

3

Wait for the service reminder on the main display to disappear.

4

Immediately after the service light goes out, press hand hold the odometer reset.

A warning triangle will appear, keep holding for another 2-3 seconds until the triangle disappears and the display changes to different service icon. If you hold too long and service menu icon disappears, start over.

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Resetting the Oil Service Warning Light

5

Use the up/down toggle switch on the turn signal indicator stalk to navigate through the service menu.

Image 995 from Reset the Oil Service Light on a BMW 3 Series (e90)

6

Navigate to the Oil Can symbol on the main center display.

Image 986 from Reset the Oil Service Light on a BMW 3 Series (e90)

7

Press the BC button on the end of the turn signal indicator stalk. The display bellow the oil can will show Reset.

8

Press and hold the BC button for 2-3 seconds and a clock animation will show up on the screen. Your oil service light has now been reset.

Source

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How to Reset Maintenance/Service Light on BMW F30/F32 (Oil, Maintenance, Brakes)

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