Reset the coloured indicator by inserting the key in the slot below the indicator
Turn the key to off position.
Press and hold the SELECT and RESET buttons on the instrument panel and turn the ignition to position (II) – do not start the engine.
Hold the SELECT and RESET buttons until the indicator resets.
Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.
For reference of those interested in such matters, but who might not have access to an owner’s manual, this is the procedure to follow:
1) Ensure “ignition” key is turned off.
2) Depress and hold the odometer reset button whilst turning the “ignition” switch to the on position.
3) Keep the odometer reset button depressed for 10 seconds whilst the service display counts down from 10 to 0. When the count down reaches zero the spanner icon will vanish from the display and the service indicator will be reset.
Note 1: When reset, the service indicator is actually reset to 9,500 miles. The mileage that the car accumulates henceforth is subtracted from 9,500 miles, until 9,500 miles have elapsed at which point the service indicator icon will reappear inorder to warn the driver that the next service is imminent. Any mileage accumulated beyond 10,000 miles since the last reset will be indicated with a minus sign displayed infront of the mileage to indicate by how much a service is overdue.
Note 2: To the best of my knowledge, the above service light reset procedure applicable to most Peugeot cars, most Citroen cars and most Fiat cars with the exception of the Fiat Stilo. (Also applicable to car derrived vans from the above ranges).
VW Crafter service reset Sitting in the drivers seat looking at the dash on the left hand side you have a M button and below it a 0 button these are the buttons you will need to use.
When i refer to the LCD this is the illuminated part in the middle that shows your mileage,service mileage and trip mileage.
Please read this fully first to get the jist of it as if you perform the actions too slow it wont work and you will have to start over.
1.Put on ignition
2.Wait for service mileage to revert to vehicle mileage
3.When it reverts to the vehicle mileage press and hold the 0 button until you hear a beep (can take up to 30 seconds)
4.As soon as you hear the beep press the M button repeatdly and you will see in the LCD display different reset’s the one you need to select is “reset 51” if you go past it just keep pressing the M button till it comes up again.
5.When the “reset 51” is displayed stop pressing the M button then press and hold the 0 button again until a number 2 is displayed in the LCD.
6.Release the 0 button and then press twice and it will say in the LCD reset done ,if it is not reset you will get a 30% power reduction after 2K miles
Turn the key to position 2in the steering lock and immediately press the KM button twice briefly.
Within 10 seconds, turn the key back to position 0 in the steering lock.
Press and hold down the KM button. Turn the key to position 2 in the steering lock. Hold the KM button down for a further 10 seconds.
The service indicator with current remaining distance/remaining time appears.
After about 10 seconds, an acoustic signal will sound and the service displaywith the new remaining distance/remaining time will appear for about 10 seconds.
Relaese the KM button.
All quoted direct from the handbook! It took me a couple of goes to get it to reset (lack of counting ability maybe!) but I got it reset in the end.