2015 Mercedes Benz GLE-350 GLE-550e Service Due Light Reset – The Mercedes-Benz W 166 is a sports utility vehicle of the German car brand Mercedes-Benz, whose Europe-wide market launch took place on 19 November 2011, after the ML in the US had already come to the end of September on the market. Since 2015, the upper-middle-class SUV models have been marketed under the name Mercedes-Benz GLE.
The GLE consists of the models Mercedes-Benz W 166 (GLE SUV), which was previously sold as M-Class and the Mercedes-Benz C 292, which is referred to as the GLE Coupe. The naming thus follows the Mercedes-Benz E-Class from the same market segment.
2015 Mercedes Benz GLE-350 GLE-550e Service Due Light Reset:
To reset Service Interval Warning Light on 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Mercedes Benz GLE-350 GLE-550e, conform to the following instructions:
Close all doors, windows, hood and trunk
Turn the ignition to the position 1 (If your vehicle has a Smart key button, press the “Start” button once without touching the brake pedal)
Press the system selection button (house icon located on the left of the steering wheel) repeatedly until the menu item TRIP is highlighted in the multi-function display. Within 5 seconds, press the OK button.
Press and hold the (ACCEPT CALL) button for a second
While holding the (ACCEPT CALL) button press and hold the OK button.
After several seconds the service menu should come up.
Scroll down and select the ASSYST PLUS
Turn the ignition to the ON position (position 2 or press the “Start” button once again) without starting the engine
Select FULL SERVICE
Scroll down to select CONFIRM SERV
Select appropriate OIL GRADE being used
Select YES and confirm it
Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.
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This procedure should apply to the third generation of Mercedes Benz GLE-350 GLE-550e (2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 model years). Hopefully, the article by 2015 Mercedes Benz GLE-350 GLE-550e Service Due Light Reset can solve your problem. Good Luck! 😀