Kia Borrego Oil Maintenance Service Required Light Reset
Quick and simple tutorial on how to reset the Oil Service Required Maintenance Indicator Warning Light Reset Tutorial on Kia Borrego from the year 2016-2017-2018-2019.
- Close all doors.
- Gear to the park position.
- Turn the ignition On. Don’t start the engine.
- Press the MENU button on the steering wheel to navigate USER SETTINGS then press the OK Button.
- Then SCROLL down to SERVICE INTERVAL then press OK button.
- Then scroll down to RESET then press OK button. NOTE: You can also adjust the schedule for the next interval miles and month.
- Select YES then press OK button to confirm the RESET.
- The oil reset is complete. turn off the ignition.
About Kia Borrego
The Kia Borrego was introduced as the largest SUV in Kia’s lineup of vehicles in the U.S. in July 2008 for the 2009 model year. The lineup of the Borrego in the U.S. was as follows:
The LX was the base Kia Borrego, though was very well-equipped for its $26,245 MSRP base price. It included such features as: cloth upholstery, keyless entry, AM/FM stereo with single-disc CD/MP3 player and USB/iPod and auxiliary audio input jacks and SIRIUS Satellite Radio, six speakers, air conditioning, alloy wheels, and a 3.8 L V6 engine with automatic transmission. Features such as a 4.6 L V8 engine were optional.
The EX was the uplevel version of the Kia Borrego, had a $27,995 MSRP base price, and added features such as: an AM/FM stereo with six-disc in-dash CD/MP3 changer and USB/iPod and auxiliary audio input jacks and SIRIUS Satellite Radio, an Infinity premium sound system with external amplifier and rear-mounted subwoofer, a power sunroof, and dual-zone climate controls. Features such as heated dual front bucket seats and a 4.6 L V8 engine were optional.
The Limited was the top-of-the-line version of the Kia Borrego, had a $37,995 MSRP base price, and added features such as: a standard 4.6 L V8 engine, leather seating surfaces, power dual front bucket seats, upgraded alloy wheels, heated dual front bucket seats, optional touch-screen GPS navigation with voice recognition, and a Homelink transmitter.
Bluetooth hands-free telephone and wireless stereo audio streaming were optional for all models.
After unsuccessful sales in the U.S. for 2009, the Kia Borrego was discontinued, and its replacement, the all-new, second-generation 2011 Kia Sorento, began production in West Point, Georgia in 2010. 2009 was the only model year for the Borrego in the U.S. Although it did not feature a V8 engine (instead offering all-new Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) and V6 engines), it offered all the features the Kia Borrego had, including a new third-row seating option for all models except the Base model.
Due to rising oil prices at the time, the 4.6 L Tau V8 was dropped from the range in other markets.(source:wiki)