HOW TO RESET: Nissan 370Z Service Maintenance Due Reminder


Easy to follow instruction with image guide on how to reset the Oil- Oil Filter – Tire SERVICE MAINTENANCE DUE REMINDER INDICATOR LIGHT on Nissan 370Z from Year 2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.


  • turn the Ignition On. Don’t start the Engine.


  • Continue Press the SQUARE button, Until the SETTINGS MENU is displayed.Nissan 370Z Service Maintenance Reset-Press Square Button to display Settings


  • Press the CIRCLE button to scroll to MAINTENANCE then Press Square Button to ENTER.Nissan 370Z Service Maintenance Reset - Select Maintenance


  • Then Press Circle Button to scroll OIL then Press SQUARE BUTTON to ENTER.Nissan 370Z Service Maintenance Reset - Select Oil


  • Under Oil Menu. Press the Circle Button to select SETTINGS then Press Square Button to ENTER.Nissan 370Z Service Maintenance Reset - Select Settings


  • Under SETTINGS MENU. Press the Circle Button (UP) to set the MILES ex: 3000, Then Press SQUARE BUTTON to SET It.Nissan 370Z Service Maintenance Reset - Set the miles under settings menu


  • Now Press Circle button to select  RESET then press Square Button to ENTER.Nissan 370Z Service Maintenance Reset - Select the Reset in the Menu


  • Then Press Circle Button to RESET and Press Square Button to Confirm.


  • You can also Reset the other MAINTENANCE ( TIRE & OIL FILTER) in the same procedure.


  • Turn Ignition OFF.



The Nissan 370Z (known as the Fairlady Z Z34 in Japan) is a 2-door, 2-seater sports car (S-segment in Europe) manufactured by Nissan Motor Company.It was announced on October 29, 2006, and was first shown at an event in Los Angeles ahead of the 2008 Greater LA Auto Show,[3] before being officially unveiled at the show itself. The 370Z is the sixth-generation of the Nissan Z-car line, succeeding the 350Z.

Almost every piece and component of the 370Z has been redesigned from the previous 350Z model. The wheelbase is 4 in (100 mm) shorter at 100.4 in (2,550 mm) and an overall length 2.7 in (69 mm) shorter at 167.1 in (4,240 mm). The overall width has been increased by 1.3 in (33 mm), the rear track by 2.2 in (56 mm), and overall height reduced by 0.3 in (7.6 mm). The smaller exterior dimensions and use of more lightweight materials helped reduce weight.

The 370Z features a front aluminum subframe, aluminum-alloy engine cradle, aluminum door panels, an all-aluminum hood, and an aluminum hatch. Front body torsional rigidity is improved by 10 percent with an extensively revised body structure, which includes a new front suspension cradle to reduce front body lateral bending, new rear structural reinforcements, and an underbody “V-bar” to help reduce rear lateral bending. Rear body torsional rigidity is improved by up to 22 percent and rear body vertical bending rigidity is improved by up to 30 percent. Additional enhancements include the use of a carbon fiber composite radiator housing and strengthening of the rear fender and hatch areas. The new structure weighs slightly less than the 350Z.

The 370Z uses a front double wishbone suspension, with forged aluminum control arms and steering knuckle. The rear multi-link suspension uses a forged aluminum upper control arm, lower arm and radius rod, the toe control rod is steel and wheel carrier assembly is aluminum. The refreshed 2013 model uses new dampers with the Sport package models. The brakes have been changed from the more expensive Brembo racing brakes to Nissan branded brakes which are manufactured by Akebono.

The coefficient of drag is 0.30 and 0.29 with the Sport Package, figures identical to the 350Z. (source:wiki)