How to Reset Service Maintenance Indicator Reminder Light On Mitsubishi Space Star

Mitsubishi Space Star Service Maintenance Spanner (Wrench) Reminder Light Reset

Quick and simple instruction with an image guide on how to reset the service maintenance wrench/Spanner reminder light on Mitsubishi Space Star from the year 1998-1999-2000-2001-2002-2003-2004-2005.

STEP 1

  • Turn the Ignition OFF.

STEP 2

  • Press the TRIP BUTTON until the (_ _ _ _ _ _ spanner-km) is displayed.Space star Oil Reset - press the trip button until the spanner light is displayed

STEP 3

  • While the spanner light is displayedpress and hold the TRIP BUTTON until the spanner light is flashing.Mitsubishi Space star Oil Reset - spanner light flashing

STEP 4

  • While the spanner light is flashing, release the TRIP BUTTON and press again and it will display CLEAR.Mitsubishi Space star Oil Reset - press the trip button to display clear

STEP 5

  • While CLEAR is displayed, Press again the TRIP BUTTON 1 more time.

STEP 6

  • Then wait a second until the new interval is displayed.

STEP 7

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

 

Note: RESET THE SERVICE REMINDER AFTER OIL CHANGE.

 

About Mitsubishi Space Star

The Mitsubishi Space Star is a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi from 1998 to 2005. It was built at the NedCar factory in the Netherlands and was primarily sold in the European markets.

In 2013, Mitsubishi began selling the sixth generation Mirage supermini under the Space Star name in parts of Europe, owing to legal rights relating to the use of the Mirage nameplate.

The Space Star shared its platform with the Mitsubishi Carisma and Volvo S40/V40. It was first introduced to the market in the autumn of 1998, replacing the Mitsubishi Space Runner. Production of the Space Star stopped in 2005.

Since the car’s introduction to the market its visual appearance stayed almost identical and it only received a minor facelift in 2002. In 2001 the Space Star was crash tested by EuroNCAP and received a three-star rating for the safety of its adult passengers and a two-star rating for the safety of pedestrians.

The base Space Stars were equipped with 1.3-litre petrol engines with a maximum output of 80–84 horsepower (60–63 kW). The other petrol-powered engines were a 1.6-litre with 97 hp (72 kW) and a 1.8-litre with 112 hp (84 kW). A model equipped with a 1.8-litre GDI engine with 121 hp (90 kW) was available until its discontinuation in 2002. Diesel engines were the 1.9 L DI-D with 101 hp (75 kW), introduced in 2002, and the 1.9 L DI-D S version with 115 hp (86 kW), released in 2003. All engines are straight-4 engines.(source:wiki)

 

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