Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Service Maintenance Reminder Light Reset
Step by step tutorial on how to reset the oil service maintenance reminder indicator message light on Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class from the year 2015-2016-2017-2018-2019.
- Close all doors, place the gear in the park position.
- Turn the ignition to POSITION 1.
- Make sure the MILEAGE is displayed.
- While the MILEAGE is displayed. Press and hold the Call button and the OK button until the VEHICLE DATA appears. (Press first the CALL button then the OK button)
- Then scroll down to ASSYST PLUS then press the OK button.
- Turn the ignition to the SECOND POSITION to activate ASSYT PLUS.
- Scroll down to FULL SERVICE then press the OK button.
- Then scroll down to CONFIRM SERVICE then press the OK button.
- Then select the OIL GRADE you are using then press the OK button.
- SERVICE CARRIED OUT? select YES then press the OK button.
- CANNOT BE UNDONE, select CONFIRM then press the OK button.
- FULL SERVICE COMPLETED, Turn off the ignition. The service reset is complete.
THIS TUTORIAL MAY WORK TO THE FOLLOWING ENGINE
- AMG GLC 63 S
- AMG GLC 63
- AMG GLC 43
- GLC 300
- GLC 300 4Matic
- GLC 350e 4Matic
- GLC 250 4Matic
- GLC 200
- GLC 350d 4Matic
- GLC 250d 4Mati
- GLC 220d 4Matic
- GLC F-Cell 4Matic
- AMG GLC 63 S Coupe
- AMG GLC 63 Coupe
- AMG GLC 43 Coupe
- GLC 300 Coupe
- GLC 300 4Matic Coupe
- GLC 350e 4Matic Coupe
- GLC 250 4Matic Coupe
- GLC 350d 4Matic Coupe
- GLC 250d 4Matic Coupe
- GLC 220d 4Matic Coupe
About Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class
The Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class (X253/C253) is a compact luxury Crossover SUV introduced in 2015 for the 2016 model year that replaces the former Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class.
Under the vehicle naming scheme maintained by Mercedes-Benz, SUVs use the base name “GL”, followed by the model’s placement in Mercedes-Benz hierarchy. The “G” is for Geländewagen (German for off-road vehicle) and alludes to the long-running G-Wagen. This is followed by the letter “L” that acts as a linkage with the letter “C”—the GLC being the SUV equivalent to the C-Class.
The GLC, like its predecessor, began assembly at Mercedes-Benz’s plant in Bremen, Germany. Since the main GLC production site in Bremen already runs at full capacity, Mercedes-Benz have decided to expand the production capacity by utilizing Valmet Automotive plant at Uusikaupunki, Finland The manufacturing of the GLC started in Finland during Q1 of 2017.
The GLC-Class is available in a five-door hatchback bodystyle with seating for five. Mercedes also offers a GLC Coupé, with four doors. In mainland Europe it is available with three diesel engines, three petrol engines, and a plug-in hybrid. Meanwhile in Britain only three diesels and one petrol AMG-model are offered.
Power comes from a choice of 2-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol (same engine combined with the electric engine in the 350e hybrid) and 2.2-liter 4-cylinder turbo diesel engines in various power stages mated to a 9-speed (7-speed for the 350e hybrid) G-Tronic automatic transmission. 4MATIC all-wheel-drive is standard in some markets and optional in others. The GLC is 183.3 in (4,656 mm) long, 74.4 in (1,890 mm) wide and 64.5 in (1,638 mm) tall, with a track of 63.9 in (1,623 mm) in front and 63.7 in (1,618 mm) in the rear. Trunk volume is rated at 20.5 cu ft (580 L).
In the German home market, the GLC 250 4MATIC petrol version is joined by GLC 220d 4MATIC and GLC 250d 4MATIC diesel versions along with a plug-in hybrid version called the 350e. In North America, only the GLC 300, GLC 43 AMG and GLC 63 AMG are available.
Daimler is operating a test fleet of fuel cell powered GLC models, dubbed GLC F-CELL, which will enter production in 2018.