Mercedes-Benz Citan Wrench Service Maintenance Light Reset
Quick and simple tutorial on how to reset the spanner wrench service maintenance indicator light on Mercedes-Benz Citan from the year 2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.
- Close all doors, gear to park position.
- Turn the ignition On. Don’t start the engine.
- Repeatedly press the MENU button until the SERVICE PROMPTLY is displayed.
- While SERVICE PROMPTLY is displayed. Press and hold the MENU button until the SERVICE PROMPTLY is flashing, then the SERVICE LIGHT turns off.
- Turn the ignition off. The service maintenance reset is complete.
About Mercedes-Benz Citan
The Mercedes-Benz Citan is a panel van and leisure activity vehicle introduced as a badge-engineered variant of the Renault Kangoo in 2012 and marketed by Mercedes-Benz as the successor to the Vaneo compact MPV.
The Citan, internally designated as the W415, is a result of the partnership between Daimler and the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and is assembled by Renault subsidiary MCA in the northern French town of Maubeuge, alongside its twin, the Renault Kangoo.
The van is aimed at both the passenger car and light commercial vehicle markets and is the first Mercedes-Benz to be launched into the commercial vehicle market since the Vito in 1995. Daimler claim the leisure activity vehicle sector is the fastest-growing market area in Europe, accounting for 700,000 sales annually.
The Citan Traveliner received four passenger stars in the Euro NCAP safety tests.The Mercedes-Benz CITAN Kombi was first tested by Euro NCAP in April 2013, and was given a three star rating. Mercedes-Benz indicated at that time that they would improve the safety performance of the vehicle, especially the deployment of the side airbag and the installation of child restraints; and that they would provide a seatbelt reminder for the front passenger seat and make the speed limitation device comply with Euro NCAP’s requirements. These changes are now in production and Euro NCAP has reassessed the vehicle. Several tests have been redone to assess the changes that Mercedes-Benz have made. Where the performance is not influenced by the changes, test results have been carried over from the original assessment. (source:wiki)