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Old 06-05-2006, 07:39 PM
 
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Default Resetting Scheduled Maintenance Warning

I just got my oil changed by someone other than the dealer and they did not reset the maintenance dummy light. Anyone know the trick to reset it?

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Old 06-05-2006, 09:57 PM
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Default RE: Resetting Scheduled Maintenance Warning

Do a search in the S80 or S60 section and follow instructions.

They are the same as yours.
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Old 07-14-2006, 04:39 PM
 
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Default RE: Resetting Scheduled Maintenance Warning

I ran into the same problem, but I actually had brought my '05 XC90 into a Volvo dealer shortly before the 15,000 mile check up. They forgot to reset the message and two weeks after my visit the light started coming on.

I finally called the service center to see if there was a way for me to reset it or if I needed to bring it back in. They informed me to do the following:

1. Put your key in the ignition and turn to the first position.
2. Hold down the trip reset button - DO NOT LET GO!
3. Turn the key to the second position while continuing to hold the trip set button.
4. After a couple seconds you should see the orange triangle warning light flash off and on quickly a couple times.
5. Let go of the reset button and press once.
6. If it works correctly, the trip set should go back to the miles you initially had before you started the process and the warning light and message should be gone.

Note - this took me a couple tries to get it to work - you have to wait until you see the warning light flash repeatedly.

Good luck.

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Old 07-21-2006, 02:06 AM
 
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Default RE: Resetting Scheduled Maintenance Warning

Same as MN_XC90

but after key position one, push button, key on, I believe you hold until both triangle flashes and/or the service indicator will flash that is when you let go and start the car to see if it it reset. The trip computer one, sometimes after you do the procedure the door open note will sound.
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Old 10-01-2007, 11:33 AM
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Default RE: Resetting Scheduled Maintenance Warning

When you say “trip reset button” do you mean the “reset” button on the turn signal lever or the trip button in the instrument cluster?
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Default RE: Resetting Scheduled Maintenance Warning

2006 XC70-Turn key to position ONE, hold in trip button at trip one for 12+- seconds turn key to postion TWO (do this before beep sound) triangle will flash (at this time let go of trip button) and message should be reset.
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Worked, thanks.
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Default resetting C30 2007 "routine servicing" text message

USED MN_XC90 7/14 POST REGARDING RESETTING THE TEXT.

It worked fine after the 3rd attempt on my 2007 2.0d C30 and on my neighbours XC90 2007. The trip reset had to be held down for 10 secs before position 2 on the key or it wouldnt reset.Instead of the warning light flashing the car beeped once, then key to position 2
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Old 08-22-2012, 07:15 PM
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Default Resetting for next maint

Will the system now display the maintenance light when the next service is due (oil change after another 7500 miles)? Or do I need to put my own reminder on a sticker somewhere?
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it will remind you

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Will the system now display the maintenance light when the next service is due (oil change after another 7500 miles)? Or do I need to put my own reminder on a sticker somewhere?
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