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Drunk FiatECUscan

I plugged my 159 in at work using MaxiScan OBDII/EOBD (its supposed to be a generic device for all european cars) to get rid of the oil change light since i do the servicings myself. Unfortunately not only could i not delete the warning, but now my airbag light comes on, with the occasional hill hold warning light.
ive looked for the faitecuscan on other links but they are not working anymore.
does anyone know a good link or is it best i take it to a dealer?

i checked the fuses btw
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MES Clicky I dont think you can reset your oil change indicator with the free version though
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Had a similar issue with the fuel gauge not working. My solution was to pull out the cables going into the fuse box and plug them back in again one by one. Don't ask me how this solved it because i have no idea...anyhow this might solve any electrical gremlins.
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