Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 2010-2015
Simple to follow oil reset procedure for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 for the year 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 for the year 2010 through 2015
Without steering wheel controls:
1. Turn ignition on, do not start engine. Wait for odometer to be displayed.
2. Press and hold “0” button for 30 seconds until a beep is heard.
3. On diesel engines with long oil change interval, press “M” button repeatedly until “rESEt .51/rESEt .31” will be displayed.
4. On older instrument clusters, “rESEt 229.5/ rESEt 229.3” will be displayed with oil can symbol.
5. Press and hold “0” button for 3 seconds.
6. Release button and press again. Turn ignition off.
With steering wheel controls:
1. Turn ignition on, do not start engine.
2. Wait for odometer to be displayed, press double square button repeatedly to display if not done automatically.
3. Press the up or down arrows repeatedly until “SERVICE SCOPE X IN XXX KM” is displayed.
4. Press and hold “0” button for 30 seconds until a beep is heard.
5. Press double square button.
6. Press the up or down arrows repeatedly until “SERVICE IN XXX KM” is displayed.
7. Press “0” button, “CARRY OUT” will be displayed.
8. Press the “+/-” buttons repeatedly until “OIL TYPES” is displayed.
9. Press the “+/-” button repeatedly until desired oil specification is highlighted.
10. Press the up or down arrow to select.
Press and hold “0” button for 3 seconds until “SERVICE CONFIRMED” is displayed.
11. Press the up or down button to display new service scope.
12. Turn ignition off.
Additional Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 Oil Reset Light Procedure Information
|Sprinter 2500||2010-15||3.0 Diesel||5W-40||13.2|
|Sprinter 2500||2014-15||2.1 Diesel||5W-40||12.2|
About Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500
The 906 NCV3 cargo version is available in two wheelbases (144″ and 170″), two roof heights (standard 60.6″ and high 72.4″), three lengths (short 233.3″, standard 274.2″, and extended 289.8″), and two weight classes (2500, 3500). In some markets, but not all, 3500 models can be ordered with dual rear wheels or extra-wide “super single” wheels. The 128″ wheelbase and rear super single tires are not available in the US market; the cargo version is reassembled from kits in a plant in Ladson, South Carolina, while the passenger models are imported directly from Germany.
In California state court, a class action lawsuit was filed against Mercedes-Benz, alleging that the defendant sold Mercedes-Benz Sprinter models 2500 and 3500 with water leaking from the roof air conditioning unit into the passenger area. The leaking air conditioning unit was also discovered on Mercedes-Benz Dodge Sprinters manufactured between 2003 and 2009. The lawsuit targeted California residents who had rooftop AC units and Sprinters with rear AC. (Source: Wiki)