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Oil Reset Procedure: Mercedes-Benz W164 M-Class


Oil Reset Procedure for Mercedes-Benz W164 M-Class


Simple to follow oil reset procedure for Mercedes-Benz W164 M-Class.



Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz W164 M-Class

Mercedes Benz W164_X164_W251

Reset Service Indicator



1. Insert key into ignition, switch to position “1“.

2. Press buttons Mercedes-Benz 245 button 6or Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons_2repeatedly 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

4. Press the up Mercedes Benz 230buttons until the service menu appears.

5. Use the Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons 4and Mercedes-Benz 245 buttons 5buttons to select menu option “Confirm“.

6. . Press button Mercedes-Benz 245 button 6until “Complete Service” is selected.

7. Confirm “Complete Service” with button Mercedes-Benz 245 button 6. The display will show “Service Confirmed”.





About Mercedes-Benz W164 M-Class

The Mercedes-Benz GLE, formerly the Mercedes-Benz M-Class (designated with the “ML” suffix), is a mid-size luxury SUV manufactured by Mercedes-Benz since 1997. Its dimensions place it between the smaller GLC and the larger GLS, with which it shares platforms.

The first-generation M-Class, model code W163, is a body-on-frame SUV that was produced until 2004. Between 1999 and 2002, Magna Steyr built the W163 M-Class in Graz, Austria, for the European market, before moving all production to the US plant near Vance, Alabama. The second-generation M-Class (W164) adopted a unibody platform while sharing the majority of its components with the GL-Class, which has a longer body to accommodate third-row seating. With the release of the facelifted W166 model in April 2015, the M-Class was renamed the GLE in an effort to harmonize Mercedes-Benz SUV nameplates by aligning it with the E-Class.

Despite being marketed under the “M-Class” moniker since its inception, BMW, which sells M models such as the M3, objected to the car being badged “M” with the three-digit engine level afterwards (e.g. M 320). As a result, Mercedes-Benz was forced to resort to a two-tiered marketing strategy of “ML” badging (e.g., ML 320) under an M-Class umbrella. There has been some confusion surrounding this nomenclature, with many sources erroneously referring to the series as the “ML-Class”,including Mercedes-Benz itself. (Source: Wiki)

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