HOW TO RESET: Kia K900 Oil Service Required Reminder

Kia K900 Oil Maintenance Service Required Reminder Indicator Reset

The oil reset tutorial for Kia K900 or Kia k9. Quick and simple tutorial on how to reset the oil maintenance service required reminder indicator message light for Kia K900/K9 from the year 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, to 2017.


  • Close all doors, gear to the park position.


  • Start the car engine.


  • While the Service Required is displayed. Press and hold the OK button until the service MILES/KM and DATE/DAYS is reset.

Kia K900 2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018 Service Required Oil reset


  • Turn off the ignition.


  • Service Required reminder indicator is reset.

About Kia K900


The K900 in the United States and Canada and as the Kia Quoris in other export markets, is a full-size luxury sedan manufactured and marketed by Kia, now in its second generation.

The K9 was launched in South Korea in May 2012, with export sales beginning in late 2012. As of June 2013, it was sold in South Korea, the Middle East, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, Peru, Russia, the United States, and Canada. There are plans to release it in China, although Kia will not use the Quoris nameplate after it lost a legal battle. The K900 was discontinued in Canada by 2018, and the United States in January 2021.

The K9 is a derivative of the Hyundai Equus and Genesis, with which it shares the BH-L (VI) platform. It is the first rear-wheel-drive sedan Kia offered in the United States.The K9’s development code was KH.

The K9 is slightly shorter than the Equus, and has a longer wheelbase than the Hyundai Genesis with shorter front overhang dimensions. The Quoris features Kia’s “Tiger nose” grill as well as blind spot detection, head-up display and an adaptive front lighting system.

Launch engines in Korea include a 300 PS (221 kW; 296 bhp) 3.3L (3342 cc) V6 and a 334 PS (246 kW; 329 bhp) 3.8L (3778 cc) GDI (Gasoline Direction-Injection) V6, coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The Quoris debuted in Russia in 2013 with a 294 PS (216 kW; 290 bhp) 3.8L V6.

The K900 in the US uses a 426 PS (313 kW; 420 bhp) 5.0-litre (5,038 cc) GDI V8, producing 376 lb⋅ft (510 N⋅m) of torque. In Canada, the K900 can be fitted with either a 315 PS (232 kW; 311 bhp) 3.8L GDI V6, producing 293 lb⋅ft (397 N⋅m) of torque or the same 5.0L GDI V8 as the US market.

The second generation K9 was launched in 2018. (source:wiki)


Thank you very much! This simple tutorial is humbly made by Erwin Salarda.