Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz E430 1997-2004
Simple to follow oil reset procedure for Mercedes-Benz E430 for the year 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz E430 for the year 1998 through 2000
1. Turn ignition to “POSITION 1”.
2. Within 4 seconds, press the “0” button twice.
3. Present status will be displayed, within 10 seconds, turn key to “POSITION 0”.
4. Press and hold the “0” button while turning key to “Position 1”.
5. Continue holding the “0” button for 10 seconds until a sound is heard and display shows “10,000 (15,000KM)” for 10 seconds.
6. Release “0” button.
7. Turn ignition off.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz E430 for the year 2001 through 2002
1. Turn ignition to “POSITION 1”.
2. Press “SYSTEM SELECT” buttons repeatedly until odometer and trip odometer are displayed.
3. Press either of the arrow buttons until the “FSS” indicator is displayed.
4. Press and hold the “R” button for 2-4 seconds until “DO YOU WANT TO RESET SERVICE INTERVAL? CONFIRM BY PRESSING R” is displayed.
5. Press and hold “R” button again until a sound is heard and “SERVICE INTERVAL HAS BEEN RESET” is displayed.
6. Turn ignition off.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz E430 for the year 1997 through 2004
1. Turn key in steering lock to position 2.
2. Within 4 seconds press 0 button twice. The present status for days or distance displays, within 10 seconds turn the electroninc key in steering lock to position 0.
3. Press and hold 0 button while turning electronic key in steering loack to position 2 again.
4. The present status for days or distance displays once more.
5. Continue to hold 0 button for approximately 10 seconds until a signal sounds and the display shows 10 000 (15000KM) for approximately 10 seconds.
6. Release 0 button, the status is reset.
About Mercedes-Benz E430
For the model year 2000, a multi-function information system was built into the instrument cluster below the speedometer. Additionally, controls for the audio, navigation, and phone systems were added to the steering wheel. Additionally, the 5-speed introduced +/- gate positions for semi-manual control of the gearbox. This feature was marketed under the name “Touch Shift.” This electronic system took the place of the gated shift arrangement that was previously in use. Changes made to the exterior included a revised front end with a steeper rake, analogous to that of the, as well as restyled bumpers and lower body trim. The taillights on the sedans were updated, and the tailgate on the wagon was redesigned so that it now opens directly above the rear window rather than at the bottom of the window.
The final W210 production included the E 320 and E 430 special editions, which were made available in two exterior colors: quartz silver (limited edition), and obsidian black. Additionally, these models were equipped with Xenon lights, 17-inch alloy wheels, and black maple walnut trim. The rear suspension of estate cars (sedans were an optional extra) featured suspension struts rather than shock absorbers, gas-filled suspension spheres to provide damping, and an under-the-hood pressurizing pump.
This was the first time (model year 1998) that an engine was offered to replace the configuration (1995–1997). This new offered a 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) time of 6.9 seconds and produced 165 kW (224 PS; 221 hp) and 315 Nm (232 lbft) of torque. Other models with 260 kW (354 PS; 349 hp) and a 5.4 L normally aspirated engine included the E 420 (1997), E 430 (1998-2002), and E 55 AMG (1999-2002). Mercedes-Benz discontinued diesel engines in the E-class in North America in 1999.