HOW TO RESET: Mazda 6 Service Maintenance Reminder Light
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MAZDA 6 SERVICE MAINTENANCE REMINDER LIGHT RESET
Quick and simple tutorial on how to reset the Service Maintenance Due Reminder Indicator Light on Mazda6 (GG1, GH1, GJ1, GL, GH2,Grand Touring, Signature, Sport) from year 2002-2003-2004-2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.
Mazda6 Schedule Maintenance Due Reset & Service Past Due Reset
- Turn the ignition key to “ON” position without starting the engine, If your vehicle has a Smart key button, press the “Start” button twice without touching the brake pedal.
- Select APPLICATION on the center dash screen to enter to the menu.
- Select MAINTENANCE > SCHEDULED –Resets the time and distance to the initial values. Once the system turns on, it needs to be reset whenever carrying out maintenance.
- Select MAINTENANCE > OIL CHANGE –Resets the remaining distance to the initial value. Once the system turns on, it needs to be reset whenever replacing the engine oil.
- Select MAINTENANCE > TIRE ROTATION – Resets the remaining distance to the initial value. Once the system turns on, it needs to be reset whenever rotating the tyres.
- Select RESET and select “YES” to confirm
- Turn Ignition OFF. Maintenance Reset is complete.
IF THE ABOVE TUTORIAL IS NOT APPLICABLE TO YOUR MAZDA6 MODEL. PLEASE FOLLOW THE INTRUCTION BELOW.
- Press and hold the TRIP BUTTON with the ignition switched off, then switch it on. Keep pressing the selector for more than 5 seconds.
- The master warning light will flash for a few seconds when the reset is completed.
THIS TUTORIAL WILL ALSO WORK FOR THE FOLLOWING MODEL
- Mazda Atenza (Japan and China; 2002–2019
- Mazdaspeed 6
- Mazdaspeed Atenza
- Mazda6 Ruiyi (China)
- Mazda 6 Ultra (Middle East)
The Mazda 6 or Mazda6 (known as the Mazda Atenza in Japan and China, derived from the Italian attenzione) is a mid-size car produced by Mazda since 2002, replacing the long-produced Capella/626 in 2002. The car was popular among consumers, selling faster than all previous Mazda models.
The Mazda6 was marketed as the first example of the company’s “Stylish, Insightful and Spirited” design philosophy, followed by the Mazda2 in December 2002, the RX-8 in August 2003, the Mazda3 in January 2004, the Mazda5 in the summer of 2005, the MX-5 in October 2005, and the CX-7 in November 2006. The 2003 Mazda6 is essentially the sixth-generation Mazda 626, as the Mazda6 continues on the G platform, progressing from the GF-platform 626/Capella to the GG-platform Mazda6. (source:wikipedia)