Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG 2013-2015
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG for the year 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG for the year 2013 through 2015
1. ALL DOORS, WINDOWS, HOOD, AND TRUNK MUST BE CLOSED DURING RESET.
2. Turn ignition to “POSITION 1”.
3. Press the down button repeatedly to bring up the kilometer/mileage display.
4. Press the left arrow button repeatedly until “TRIP” is displayed.
5. Press and hold the phone button and then within 1 second, press and hold the “OK” button.
6. Hold both for 5 seconds until “VEHICLE DATA, DYNAMOMETER TEST, CHANGE BRAKE LINING AND ASSYST PLUS” is displayed.
7. Select “ASSYST PLUS” and push “OK” button.
8. Select “FULL SERVICE” and push “OK” button.
9. Select “CONFIRM SERV” and push “OK” button.
10. Select “OIL QUAL. 229.3” or “OIL QUAL. 229.5” and push “OK” button.
11. Select “YES” and push “OK” button. Select “CONFIRMATION” and push “OK” button, “FULL SERVICE CARRIED OUT” will be displayed.
12. Press “OK” button and then press the “BACK” button repeatedly to exit the menu.
13. Turn ignition off.
About Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG
The release of the 550-horsepower GL63 AMG last summer sparked a discussion within our company about whether or not this automobile is evidence that AMG has completely lost its mind. We say no, no, 550 times no. Keep in mind that the first AMG race car was a Mercedes-Benz S-class model called the Red Sow. The company’s primary function is that of a powerhouse; specifically, it modifies Mercedes automobiles so that they resemble stealth sleds that have an excessive amount of horsepower.
The GL63 offers an experience not dissimilar to the standard GL, albeit one with a greater sense of urgency. A reassuring rumble alerts passengers that the GL63 has 550 horsepower, which is 20 more than a Porsche 911 Turbo S. This is probably not something you want to mention to the other parents in your carpool group because it is significantly more powerful than the other vehicles in the group. The GL63 weighs 5812 pounds, and its time to accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour is 4.8 seconds when the throttle is fully engaged. The majority of vehicles that pack that much punch weigh significantly less. The tuning of the seven-speed automatic transmission that was done by AMG gives the 63 a flatulent bucksnort when it upshifts, and the slowness of the rev-matched downshifts imbues them with a sort of purposeful menace.
The AMG adds a third steering and suspension setting called sport plus to the two that are already available in lesser GL models, which are comfort and sport. However, it does not appear that the range of adjustability has been significantly increased here in comparison to the GL models that are not manufactured by AMG. The most expansive part is found in the steering. It’s too light to be comfortable, which is an unsettling sensation in something that’s this big, heavy, and quick. Because sport plus reduces slop in the steering by increasing the amount of resistance, we spent the majority of our time in that mode. The difference in ride time is negligible. The body control is quite good in any mode, and with its active anti-roll bars — which are optional on non-AMG GLs but standard here — the 63 corners laughably flatly for something so massive, up to a respectable limit of 0.84 g. Body control is quite good in any mode, and with its active anti-roll bars. Because of the larger brakes, the nearly three-ton truck can be brought to a stop from 70 miles per hour in just 162 feet, which would have tied for first place in our most recent roundup of sports sedans. (Source Car and Drive)