This is a discussion on DIY: How to reset the service required message within the Evoque Maintenance forums, part of the Land Rover Evoque Garage category; A lot of people have been asking about this and today after some digging I finally found out how to do it!
I believe this ...
A lot of people have been asking about this and today after some digging I finally found out how to do it!
I believe this method will reset all warnings not only the service one. This is especially useful to those who do their own maintenance and do not want to visit the dealer for a reset! I hope this helps all of you! If it worked or didn't work for you please let me know!
I'm going to try this. Just called the dealer to ask how to do it, after my more economical service elsewhere. The dealer actually lied to me and said you cannot clear the code without hooking the car up to a computer. They said it would cost $71.50 to clear the code. Can you believe the balls these guys have to lie about that? Minneapolis dealer, in case anyone's curious. How dishonest.
2012 Fuji White Evoque Prestige- Tan/Ivory/Espresso Interior, Sport Pedals and Sport Style Foot Rest, Mud Flaps, Silver Rails, OEM Ski Rack and Bike Rack , Climate Package, Style 6 wheels with Hankook tires in summer, Style 5 wheels with Blizzak tires for the frozen Minnesota tundra in winter- Set for Adventure in Style!