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
Reset Service Indicator
1. Insert key into ignition, switch to position “1“.
2. Press buttons or repeatedly 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 buttons until the service menu appears.
6. Press cluster illumination button (1) once. The Oil Type menu is displayed.
7. Use the and buttons to select the oil used for the service.
8. Press the up 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)