2010-2020 Opel Vauxhall Movano Service Light Spanner Indicator Reset – The Opel Movano is a medium-sized van and a joint development of Opel and Renault. The cooperation model will be produced in Batilly, Meurthe-et-Moselle (France) at the Société des Véhicules Automobiles de Billy, along with the identical Renault Master and Nissan NV400. In the United Kingdom, the Movano is sold as Vauxhall Movano.
The newly developed in collaboration with Renault and Renault-Nissan Movano B is since February 2010 as Opel (and Vauxhall) produced. The sister model of Renault is the third generation of the Renault Master. Nissan has called its model analogous to the NV200 now Nissan NV400.
2010-2020 Opel Vauxhall Movano Service Light Spanner Indicator Reset
Time needed: 7 minutes.
If you exceed the specified service interval, the Service minder with spanner light will appear on the display. The service interval must be reset after performed the maintenance service on your vehicle. Follow the instructions below to reset the Service Minder Light on your Vauxhall Opel Movano:
Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position without starting the engine
If your vehicle has an ignition button, press the START-STOP ENGINE button without touching the brake pedal.
Press the TRIP computer button repeatedly until “Distance Before Service” appear on the display
The button is located on the end of wiper lever
Press and hold the button on end of wiper lever for approx ten seconds until the distance before service is blinks
After this, the time until the next periodic inspection will be displayed.
Start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset
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These instructions are based on the Opel owner’s manual. This procedure should apply to the third generation of Opel Vauxhall Movano (2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 model years). Hopefully, the article of 2010-2020 Opel Vauxhall Movano Service Light Spanner Indicator Reset useful for you. Good Luck!
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