Oil Reset Procedure for Land Rover Range Rover 2005-2020
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Land Rover Range Rover for the year 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Land Rover Range Rover oil reset procedure for the year 2005 through 2009 (Manual Reset Procedure)
1. Press and hold the trip reset button.
2. Turn the ignition switch on to the ignition position II (one position before starting engine).
3. If the SII (Service Indicator Interval) function is enabled the information display will flash SERVICE for 5 seconds and then display SERVICE constantly.
4. If the SII function is not enabled the information display will show the normal odometer and trip information.
5. If the trip reset button is released within 10 seconds of entering the reset mode, the information display will show DIST.
6. If the trip reset button is not released after 10 seconds the instrument cluster will exit the manual reset procedure.
7. If the oil service value is to be reset, press the trip reset button within 10 seconds for 5 seconds and then reset the oil service value, the display will then show END.
8. If the trip reset button is pressed for 5 seconds the display will exit the reset routine.
9. If the trip reset button is not pressed for more than 10 seconds, then the information display will exit the reset routine.
10 Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.
Land Rover Range Rover oil reset procedure for the year 2012 through 2020
1. Turn the ignition On. Don’t start the engine.
2. Gear to park position. Open the bonnet (engine hood).
3. Open the Driver door.
4. Depress and hold the GAS and BRAKE PEDALS for 60 seconds.
5. Then turn the ignition to “off” and verify that the light has been reset.
About Land Rover Range Rover
The third generation of the model was released in 2001, marking a significant upmarket shift for the series as a whole. The third generation, which was planned and developed under BMW ownership, shared components and systems (such as electronics, central power units, and so on) with the BMW 7 Series (E38). During the development of the third-generation Range Rover, the electronics system from the 7 Series was being phased out and being replaced with the electronics from the BMW 5 Series (E39).
The L322 was produced in what were called three “Generations.” The first engine was a 4.4-liter M62 BMW V8 with a ZF 5HP-24 transmission. It was used from 2001 until 2005. (The manual transmission was discontinued, and only the automatic transmission is available.) Then, beginning in 2006 and continuing until 2009, the ZF 6HP-26 transmission was paired with either a 4.4-liter engine that was derived from Jaguar or a 4.2-liter supercharged variant of the Jaguar engine. And finally, in 2010, Land Rover installed the recently redesigned AJ133 5.0 N/A and Supercharged engine with ZF 6HP-26.
The L322 utilized a conventional BMW E39 electrical system from the years 2001 to 2004. From 2005 until 2009, the Jaguar-derived L322 received an upgraded electrical system that included fiber optics and Bluetooth technology. The L322 was manufactured from 2010 to 2012 with updated electrics that were derived from Jaguar. This system was the first to have a “modern feeling,” and it substituted a rotary dial for the gear lever.
The first exterior update was implemented in MY06, and it consisted of a facelift for the front fascia, new tail lamps (which went from orange/red to red/red), new side vents (which went from two “gills” to three), and clear indicator side-repeaters.