HOW TO RESET: Mercedes-Benz GLB-Class X247 Service Light
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Mercedes-Benz GLB-Class X247 Service Maintenance Reminder Indicator Light Reset
Quick and simple tutorial on how to reset the oil service maintenance reminder indicator message light on Mercedes-Benz GLB-Class X247 from the year 2019-2020.
- Close all doors, gear to park position.
- Turn the ignition to the SECOND POSITION.
- Press the BACK button then select TRIP. (Use the SCROLL pad to NAVIGATE and PRESS to ENTER).
- Then press the BACK button and then within 1 second SIMULTANEOUSLY press the ENTER button then hold for 5 seconds then release.(TO-ENABLE-WORKSHOP)
- Then press the BACK button then scroll to WORKSHOP then press ENTER.
- Then scroll to ASSYT PLUS then press ENTER.
- Select FULL SERVICE then press ENTER.
- Select CONFIRM SERVICE then press ENTER.
- Then select your OIL GRADE then press ENTER.
- Select YES then press ENTER.
- SERVICE A is now reset. Turn off the ignition. Service reset is complete.
THIS TUTORIAL MAY WORK TO THE FOLLOWING ENGINE.
- GLB 180
- GLB 180 d
- GLB 200
- GLB 200 d
- GLB 200 d 4MATIC
- GLB 220 d 4MATIC
- GLB 250 4MATIC
- GLB 35 AMG 4MATIC
About GLB X247
The X247 GLB-Class uses the same front-wheel-drive MFA2 platform as the W177 A-Class and the H247 GLA-Class, but the wheelbase is 10 cm longer to give it extra practicality. The result is that at 4.63 m (182.3 in), it is only 22 mm (0.9 in) shorter than a X253 GLC-Class. Mechanically, it has standard all-wheel-drive and an eight-speed dual clutch automatic transmission, and shares its engine lineup with the A-Class. Despite being similarly sized to the X253 GLC, the X247 GLB is able to have three-row seating due to better space distribution.
The GLB has a square, angular style inspired by the larger X167 GLS-Class and the former boxy shaped X204 GLK-Class.It features a MacPherson strut front and multi-link rear suspension with optional adaptive damping.Inside, the widescreen cockpit and the latest version of the MBUX interface is featured.
The Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 4MATIC was announced on 28 August 2019 in time for the 2019 IAA Frankfurt Auto Show. The GLB 35 4MATIC is the first of the 35-series models to have an eight-speed automatic gearbox; other 35-series models (A 35 4MATIC and CLA 35 4MATIC) continue with seven-speed automatic gearboxes. Fitted to GLB 35 4MATIC, the AMG-specific Panamericana Grille is used on the 35-series model for the first time.
Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 4MATIC
The X247 GLB-Class shares its proportions with the W247 B-Class, while the dynamics will be based on the H247 GLA-Class. It is available with 4-cylinder petrol and diesel engines only, while a plug-in hybrid and a fully electric version, presumably called the EQB, will be available later.
At launch, the GLB-Class came with two petrol and two diesel engines. All of them are fitted with automatic transmissions only, while 4MATIC all-wheel-drive system is either available or standard with the 2-liter engines, only. Available as of 2020, the 2.0 L petrol engine in the GLB 35 is tuned to produce 225 kW (306 PS; 302 bhp) and 400 N⋅m (295 lbf⋅ft) of torque. A plug-in hybrid system found in A250e could be fitted to GLB at later date.
Diesel engines and the smaller petrol engine were eschewed for the US market, leaving only the 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo of the GLB 250 for the debut. (source:wiki)