Oil Reset Procedure for Land Rover LR4 2005-2022
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Land Rover LR4 for the year 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Land Rover LR4 oil reset procedure for the year 2005 through 2006
1. Land Rover LR4 oil reset procedure for the year 2005 through 2006
2. Turn the ignition on. Don’t start the engine.
3. Open the hood and the driver side door
4. Step on the BRAKE PEDAL and GAS PEDAL at some time for 60 seconds.
5. Turn the key off.
Land Rover LR4 oil reset procedure for the year 2010 through 2016
1. With the car is off open the driver’s side door and pop the hood
2. Then pushing the START button once, but not actually running it
3. Push the BRAKE pedal and the GAS pedal at the same time for about 60 seconds
4. If you don’t want to count time just wait till it stopped beeping then you know it’s been a little over 60 seconds
5. There is no indication that it’s doing anything. So once you are done with that, you need to check to verify that the service required reminder is gone.
6. Start the car and verify that the service required reminder is no longer there
Land Rover LR4 oil reset procedure for the year 2017 through 2022
1. Turn on the ignition without starting the engine
First off you want to turn the ignition on but you don’t want to start the car
2. Open the bonnet and the driver’s side door
When the ignition is on you need to open the bonnet or the hood then you’ll want to open the driver’s side door
3. Step on the ACCELERATOR and the BRAKE pedals
After that, you press the Brake and the Accelerator pedal completely and hold it
4. Keep holding the pedals
5. The service resetting should appear in the display after a couple of seconds and once it disappears you can release both pedals and you’re done
About Land Rover LR4
The Land Rover LR4 occupies the same spot in the lineup as the LR3, but it comes equipped with a V8 engine that is both larger and more powerful. Additionally, the powerplant has a better fuel economy than the one that comes standard in the LR3. The upgraded controls and interior quality are also a welcome addition to the vehicle. The passenger compartment is very spacious, quiet, and comfortable, and it has a nice luxurious feel. The amount of space available for cargo is impressive, and there is sufficient room for passengers in the third row. The ride quality is comfortable and the handling is predictable, but neither of these attributes is best in class. The off-road capabilities are impressive, as was to be expected. The V8 engine was replaced in the 2014 models by a supercharged V6 with a capacity of 3.0 liters. There is the possibility of having an alert for blind spots, a collision warning, and a rear cross traffic alert.
Bear Grylls is the automotive equivalent of James Bond’s wardrobe, and the safari-ready LR4 is the automotive equivalent of Bear Grylls. The LR4 is equipped with a 340-horsepower, 3.0-liter V-6 engine, which is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, and it drives all four wheels. It is just as comfortable on the trails as it is when touring the suburban wilderness. There is a wide selection of off-road equipment that can be purchased, such as a hill descent control system, an adjustable air suspension, and a Terrain Response system. The icing on the cake is an interior that is luxuriously lined and features seating for seven people.