Renault Kangoo reset spanner light
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Does anyone know how to reset the Spanner light on my 57 reg Kangoo Diesel? I've tried holding in the trip reset & it only ends up resetting the clock & not the spanner! Does anyone else have any ideas? Thanks!!
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Kangoo service light reset, can only be done if the car has less than 10% of miles left til the mileage service interval eg. the car has done over 16200 miles and is on a 18k service plan. if the mileage for service is not met and the annual period service is due y can reset the light.
Also the trafic 2 phase 2, service light is reset via holding the accelerator pedal and turning the ignition on and waiting 10 secs then press the brake pedal 5 times. if this does not reset the light after a few attempts then there is a known fault that renault know about in which a renault dealer will have to use a certain procedure on clip (diagnostic tool) to reset the light) if this is needed id try and argue the fact there is no need to pay labour as you tried the stated way it says in the handbook and is due to renault manufacture fault
And another suggestion,
Could any one help with the service indicator reset procedure on this Kangoo please?
The method AD suggests does not work as this vehicle does not have a button on the wiper stalk. There is only the mileage reset button on the instrument display.
turn on ignition and press button on dash wait about 10 seconds it should reset
if there is no trip computer you reset it by turn ignition on and press foot on throttle and press brake pedal three times, if its not within 1200 miles of its service due you cant re-set the light .
Best I can do to help .
Posted on Friday 2nd of July 2010
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