HOW TO RESET: Mitsubishi ASX Service Maintenance Reminder

How to Reset Service Maintenance Indicator Reminder Light On Mitsubish ASX

Mitsubishi ASX Service Maintenance Reminder Light Reset

6 Easy simple steps with an image guide on how to reset the Service Maintenance Reminder Indicator Light On Mitsubishi ASX (GA, XA, XB, XC). From year 2010-2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.

 

Mitsubishi ASX Routine Maintenance Required Reset

STEP 1

  • Turn Off the Ignition. 

STEP 2

  • Press the INFO BUTTON.Mitsubishi ASX Routine Maintenance Required Reset press the info button

STEP 3

  • Continue press the INFO BUTTON until the Wrench Service Light is displayed.Mitsubishi ASX Routine Maintenance Required Reset - Press info button to navigate Service Wrench Light

STEP 4

  • While the WRENCH SERVICE LIGHT is displayed. Press and hold the INFO Button until the Wrench Light Start flashing then release the INFO BUTTON to display CLEAR.Mitsubishi ASX Routine Maintenance Required Reset display clear

STEP 5

  • While CLEAR is displayed. Press Again the INFO Button to Reset the Service Maintenance Reminder Light.

STEP 6

  • Start the engine to verify the service reminder indicator has been reset.

 

This tutorial may possibly work also to Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

 

About Mitsubis ASX

The third generation RVR, which is a subcompact crossover SUV, first released in the Japanese domestic market on 17 February 2010. The name RVR is only used in Japan and Canada. In Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Philippines, China, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Taiwan, the Middle East, South Africa, Russia, and Australia, it is sold as the Mitsubishi ASX (an abbreviation of “Active Sports Crossover”), and as the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport in the United States and Indonesia. In Puerto Rico, it uses both the ASX and Outlander Sport titles.It is based on the design of the Mitsubishi Concept-cX prototype first exhibited at the 62nd Frankfurt Motor Show in July 2007.It is a return to the original concept of offering the platform used for the longer Mitsubishi Outlander with reduced seating capacity to five people, while sharing components of the longer vehicle, demonstrating a corporate decision to return Mitsubishi to smaller, fuel-efficient vehicles in favor of larger, truck-based products. It was also exhibited at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show in September the same year.