HOW TO RESET: Mercedes-Benz B-Class W245 Service Light

Mercedes-Benz B-CLASS W245 Engine Oil Change Service Light IndicatorReset

Mercedes-Benz B-Class W245 Service Maintenance Light Reset

Simple and easy to follow tutorial with an image guide on how to reset the oil service maintenance reminder indicator light on Mercedes-Benz B-class W245 (B160, B170 NGT, B180, B180 CDI, B200, B200 CDI, B200 Turbo) from the year 2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011.

STEP 1

  • Close all doors, set the gear to the park position.

STEP 2

  • Turn the key to POSITION 1.

STEP 3

  • Press the TRIP button 3X to display the VOLT on the screen.2005-2011 Mercedes-Benz B-class W245 oil service reset -display volt

STEP 4

  • Then press the DOWN button to access the SERVICE MENU.2005-2011 Mercedes-Benz B-class W245 oil service reset -service menu

STEP 5

  • Scroll down to CONFIRMATION then press the OK button.2005-2011 Mercedes-Benz B-class W245 oil service reset -confirmation

STEP 6

  • Select FULL SERVICE then press the OK button.2005-2011 Mercedes-Benz B-class W245 oil service reset -full service

STEP 7

  • Service is now RESET.2005-2011 Mercedes-Benz B-class W245 oil service reset -SERVICE LIGHT IS RESET

STEP 8

  • Turn off the ignition. The service light is now reset.

About B-Class W245

The first generation B-Class was introduced in Europe in spring 2005 and introduced in Canada in autumn 2005. The B-Class uses front-wheel drive with sandwich floor construction, parabolic rear suspension, and a two-box design — one for the drivetrain and another the shared passenger/luggage compartment. The B-Class maximizes its interior volume via its height. Having derived from the smaller A-Class, it retained that car’s sandwich floor concept. The A-Class was originally intended to have a battery-powered version that would meet California’s (since-rescinded) zero-emissions mandate, and the batteries were supposed to go between the floors.

All models included passive automobile safety systems including ESP, ABS, traction control, cornering lights, active lighting system, and headlamp assist. In the event of a frontal impact the engine and transmission slide beneath the passenger compartment.

In 2008 it was updated with a start-stop system and a BlueEFFICIENCY option. A new NGT variant was added, which could burn either gasoline or natural gas.

In 2011 Mercedes-Benz did a world tour with three of its Mercedes-Benz F-Cell vehicles, one of which was the B-Class. The hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle was driven more than 30,000 kilometers in a circumnavigation of the globe, starting and ending in Stuttgart