Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz SL400 2015
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Mercedes-Benz SL400 for the year 2015.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz SL400 for the year 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.
12. Select “CONFIRMATION” and push “OK” button, “FULL SERVICE CARRIED OUT” will be displayed.
13. Press “OK” button and then press the “BACK” button repeatedly to exit the menu.
14. Turn ignition off.
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About Mercedes-Benz SL400
A new feature was the ‘FrontBass’ system, which used space in the aluminum structure ahead of the front footwells as resonance spaces for the bass loudspeakers. Furthermore, standard equipment included an adaptive windscreen wipe/wash system that supplied fluid from the wiper blade itself as needed and depending on the wipe direction. The R231 was offered with two suspension systems: semi-active adjustable damping as standard and an optional active suspension system ABC (Active Body Control). Both types had electromechanical, speed-sensitive power steering that allowed for variable steering ratios across the steering wheel angle.
The R231 was longer and wider than the R231. Shoulder space is increased by 37 mm (1.5 in), and elbow space is increased by 28 mm (1.1 in). In 2016, a mid-cycle update was released for the 2017 model year, along with revised engine and transmission options. The SL-Class received a 9G-TRONIC Plus 9-speed automatic transmission for the first time (SL 400/SL 450 and SL 500), while the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT and AMG SPEEDSHIFT Plus 7G-TRONIC 7-speed automatic transmissions for the SL 63 AMG and SL 65 AMG remained unchanged. The SL 350 was renamed the SL 400. (SL 450 for the North American market). (Source: Wiki)