2008-2014 SEAT Ibiza Service Interval Light Resets – The Seat Ibiza is a city car produced since 1984 by the Spanish automaker Seat, subsidiary of the German group Volkswagen. The Seat Ibiza is a very important model for the Spanish brand as it represents almost 40% of its annual sales. In view of its success, a trike version was developed in 1994 on the basis of the series model. To differentiate it from its little sister, it was endowed with the name of Cordoba. Today, the small city of Seat already has 4 versions to its credit, each of which has been the subject of restyling.
The Seat Ibiza IV (6J) was presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2008, under the name of the Seat CoupeSport “Bocanegra” Concept, the Spanish manufacturer unveils the five-door version. This model was officially released in France on June 26, 2008. The overall appearance of this 5-door Ibiza is rather dynamic (Arrow Design line), the template is more imposing than before and the front face is reminiscent of that of the Seat Tribu Concept in Frankfurt at the end of 2007. This Ibiza inaugurated a new platform, used since then on the Audi A1, Volkswagen Polo, and Skoda Fabia.
2008-2014 SEAT Ibiza Service Interval Light Resets:
To turning off the Service Oil Life Light on older models of SEAT Ibiza (2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014), conform to the following instructions:
Switch off the ignition
Press and hold the trip-odometer button “0.0” (B), and turn the ignition switch to the “On” position, but do not start the engine
Release the trip-odometer button.
Briefly, press the MIN(B) button
Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.
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