Mitsubishi Montero Periodic Maintenance Required Reminder Message Reset
Quick and simple instruction with an image guide on how to reset the service maintenance reminder indicator on Mitsubishi Montero Sport from year 1996-1997-1998-1999-2000-2001-2002-2003-2004-2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.
- Turn On the Ignition. Don’t start the engine.
- If turning the ignition on did not work, please try to turn it off.
- Press and hold the Spanner inside the triangle.
- Continue press and hold the spanner in the triangle until the Input reset code appears.
- Now type the following code. try first the code 3280 if this code did not work try this code 6923 then press the OK button.
- Resetting the Mitsubishi Montero Service Maintenance schedule is now complete.
IF THE ABOVE TUTORIAL DID NOT WORK, MAYBE WE NEED TO RESET THE SERVICE REMINDER ON THE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER. PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION BELOW.
- Close all doors, make sure the ignition is off.
- Press the Page button until it the Spanner-km-month is displayed.
- While the Spanner-km-month is displayed. Hold and Press the Page button until the Spanner is blinking.
- While the spanner light is flashing release the page button then press it again to display CLEAR.
- The service reminder is now reset. The new maintenance schedule is now set.
- Service reset for Mitsubishi Montero is now complete.
NOTE: YOU ONLY DO THE SERVICE REMINDER RESET AFTER THE OIL CHANGE.
About Mitsubishi Montero
In the Philippines and Mexico, the Pajero Sport is officially named as Montero Sport. The Montero Sport mainly competes with the Toyota Fortuner and Chevrolet Trailblazer in the Philippines and several other markets.
In India, the Pajero Sport was imported in CKD kits, to be assembled by Hindustan Motors-Mitsubishi joint venture. It is equipped with a 4D56-T 2.5-litre 8-valve intercooled with a variable geometry turbocharger SOHC diesel engine giving a maximum output of 175 bhp and 400Nm of torque. It weighs 2065 kg and gives out a mileage of 12kmpl.
In Bangladesh, the Challenger is assembled by state-owned automotive industry Pragoti and sold under the Pajero Sport name. (source:wiki)