I did it with recently with some instruction for another model and it works, this instructions wuold've saved me some headaches. Sometimes the voltage screen takes time to come up, but with patience it can be done.
Unfortunately there's been a few posts here about the appearance of 'pink shrimps' (bad pixels) in the MFD - mostly from owners living in hot climates. No easy fix except for changing the instrument console.. . . Recently the multifunction display shows what appears to be a pink shrimp and it seems to grow every day. I hope my display is not taking a turn for the worse. Hopefully, once I reset the service display it will solve the problem. I'll keep you posted.
As the service indicator is based on miles OR days (10-13K miles OR 12months ), it will show 'miles to service' until you're getting close to days remaining, then change to days, depending upon which looks like is going to occur first.. . . Unfortunately, the instructions don't competely work for my 2010. I wanted days, and I've got miles (10K). :usa:
The trick is to press the reset indicator VERY rapidly three times in succession!
Unfortunately, the instructions don't competely work for my 2010. I wanted days, and I've got miles (10K). :usa:
Yes when I first got the car, it was counting down the days (from 365).Hey Sally - on the MFD, you are a bit limited in what you can set - it's basically a "reset" sorta thing - so you now should be at 10k miles and 365 days.