HOW TO RESET: Mitsubishi Mirage Service Maintenance Light

Mitsubishi Mirage Spanner/Wrench Service Maintenance Indicator Light

5 Easy steps on how to reset the Spanner Wrench Oil Service Maintenance Reminder Indicator Light on Mitsubishi Mirage from the year 2003-2004-2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.

Mitsubishi Mirage Wrench Spanner Service Light Reset



  • Switch OFF the Ignition.


  • Press the Trip Button until it displays  (_ _ _ _ _ Km).Mitsubishi Mirage oil reset - must set to spanner km


  • While the (_ _ _ _ km) is displayed. Press and hold the TRIP BUTTON until the spanner light is flashing, then release the trip button.Mitsubishi Mirage oil reset - spanner light is flashing


  • Then press again the Trip button to display CLEAR. The service reminder light is now reset.Mitsubishi Mirage oil reset - service light is reset


  • Start the engine. to verify the service maintenance light has been reset.




This tutorial may also work to the following car model

  • Colt 1200
  • Colt 1400
  • Dodge Attitude
  • Mitsubishi Attrage
  • Mitsubishi Champ
  • Mitsubishi Colt
  • Mitsubishi Express
  • Mitsubishi Lancer
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Fiore
  • Mitsubishi Libero
  • Mitsubishi Magnum
  • Mitsubishi Mirage G4
  • Mitsubishi Precis
  • Mitsubishi Signo (sedan)
  • Mitsubishi Space Star
  • Mitsubishi Virage
  • Plymouth Champ
  • Plymouth Colt


About Mitsubishi Mirage

The Mitsubishi Mirage is a range of cars produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi from 1978 to 2003 and again since 2012. The hatchback models produced between 1978 and 2003 were classified as subcompact cars, while the sedan and station wagon models, marketed prominently as the Mitsubishi Lancer, were the compact offerings. The liftback introduced in 1988 complemented the sedan as an additional compact offering, and the coupé of 1991 fitted in with the subcompact range. The current Mirage model is a subcompact hatchback and sedan and it replaces the Mitsubishi Colt sold between 2002 and 2012.

The four-door sedan version of the Mirage, known as Mitsubishi Attrage or Mitsubishi Mirage G4 in some markets, has been manufactured at Mitsubishi’s Laem Chabang plant in Thailand since June 2013. While based on the hatchback, the sedan is unique from the back doors rearwards, and has revised front styling. The sedan was first introduced as a concept car at the 2013 Bangkok Auto Show called the Concept G4 sedan. Like the hatchback, the sedan is offered with a 1.2-liter engine.

According to Masaaki Yamada, senior adviser for Mitsubishi Motors Philippines, the company used the Mirage G4 name in the Philippine market, as they claimed the “Attrage” nameplate has a negative connotation in the Filipino language. “Attrage” sounds too much like atrás, Filipino or Spanish for “going backwards”. The Mirage G4 was released in Philippine dealerships in October 2013.

In Mexico, the Attrage is sold as the Dodge Attitude, replacing the Hyundai Accent (RB) from January 2015 model after Hyundai’s arrival in the Mexican market.

The Attrage is also sold in a few Western European markets such as Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Turkey and Luxembourg (until 2018). The engine is available as a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that produces 59 kW (80 hp). A continuously variable transmission is available as an option.

For the US market, the Mirage G4 sedan was available from spring 2016 as a 2017 model. It is available in ES and SE trims, with 7 airbags available as standard.

Starting on 1 February 2019, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 has been sold in Mexico alongside the return of Mitsubishi in the Mexican market.

The Attrage received its facelift in Thailand on 18 November 2019 with the same front fascia as the second facelift Mirage hatchback. (source:wiki)