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Oil Reset Procedure: Mercedes-Benz C209 CLK-Class

Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz C209 CLK-Class




Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Mercedes-Benz C209 CLK-Class.



Mercedes-Benz C209 CLK-Class

Mercedes-Benz C209 CLK-Class



Reset Service Indicator


1. Insert key into ignition, switch to position “1“.

2. Press buttons Mercedes-Benz 245 button 7 or Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons_2repeatedly until the mileage is displayed within the Multifunction display.

3. Press cluster illumination button (1) 3 times in short succession. The battery voltage will be displayed and an audible signal will sound.

4. Turn key in ignition to position “2”

5. Press the up Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons_3 buttons until the service menu appears.

6. Press cluster illumination button (1) once. The Oil Type menu is displayed.

7. Use the Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons 4and Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons 5buttons to select the oil used for the service.

8. Press the up Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons_3 buttons to confirm. The display will show: “Reset Oil Confirmation. Push R-Button for 3 seconds”.

9. Press and hold the cluster illumination button (1) for 3 seconds. The message “Service confirmed” is displayed.





About Mercedes-Benz C209 CLK-Class

The C209/A209 CLK is based on the Mercedes W203 C-Class platform and employs rack-and-pinion steering rather than the previous generation’s recirculating ball design. It also has a three-link front suspension and an aluminum multi-link rear suspension. The second generation CLK is 61 mm (2.4 in) longer, 18 mm (0.7 in) wider, and 28 mm (1.1 in) taller than its predecessor. At launch, a 3.2L V6, 5.0L V8, 5.4L V8, and 2.7L inline-5 diesel engine were available, but were all replaced by 2006.

Convertible CLK models have a three-layered electric soft top that can be opened and closed with the keyfob or at speeds of up to 8 km/h (5 mph) in 20 seconds. Karmann began producing convertible models in Osnabrück in 2003, but production was later relocated to Bremen, Germany in 2004.

Antilock brakes, electronic stability control, power seats, and dual-zone climate control are all standard features. Models were also available in Elegance and Avantgarde trim levels. Elegance models have green-tinted glass, a grey-colored grille, 7-spoke polished 16-inch alloy wheels, and wood interior trim, whereas Avantgarde models have blue-tinted glass, a black-colored grille, 5-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels, aluminum interior trim, and a 15 mm (0.6 in) lower ride height.

In 2005, a Sports edition was introduced, based on the Avantgarde specification, with six-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels, cross-drilled brake rotors, and bi-xenon headlights. An AMG Sports package with a restyled front bumper, a spoiler lip on the boot, and 18-inch wheels was also available. The Elegance and Avantgarde models have also been updated, with nine-spoke 16-inch and five-spoke 17-inch wheels, respectively. (Source: Wiki)

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