Resetting the service warning message – Peugeot RCZ

Keep your computer up to date!

So you’re one of those people who service and tune up your car yourself, right? But what about all the electronic little messages that come up periodically and want to remind you to look after your car? Of course, YOU wouldn’t need that because YOU keep track of your car’s maintenance history, right? Well guess what, you still need to tell you car when you changed the oil. My RCZ‘s onboard computer wants me to service my car every 30’000 km. It shows so buy putting up a little wrench next to the odometer, as well as in the central display between the rpm gauge and the speedometer.

Lucky you, you drive a Peugeot and hence don’t need any diagnostic computer to reset the service warning message!

Here’s how to do it! 🙂

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  1. Scotti, any idea how to reset underinfaltion warning light, tyre pressures are correct. Peugeot RCZ

    1. Hi Ian, thanks for your comment. I don’t know about a tyre pressure reset. However, what may solve your problem is to disconnect the battery for a moment:
      – Before you disconnect it, wait 2 min after shutting down the engine. You here a “click” noise inside the car when the systems shut down. Disconnect the battery, leave it for 5 – 10 seconds and reconnect it. Wait 5 min before you start it up. It needs some time to reboot all the systems. Start the car and see if your problem is fixed. If your tyres are correct it should be fine. I’d try this before going to the dealer 😉 Let me know how it turned out!

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