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Had my 159 serviced a few days ago but I still have the oil change message on my dash. How do I get rid of it? Very annoying.
 

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Just reset ECU dpf regeneration counter with MES ( MultiEcuScan )...
Next time reset ECU same way every oil change.
I wonder when AO moderation shoot users out for both search non- use and 159th same thread create...
Welcome to AO, SIR... Never mind.
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You will need the paid for version of multiecuscan and an elm cable, or a visit to your main dealer.

But the garage that serviced it should of sorted it out it, there is no oil quality sensor.
 

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Thats the info I found when using search, but what do I need other than MultiEcuScan software? I bought an Elm unit and it did precisely nothing.

Ah....an elm CABLE. I bought the wifi version and it was absolutely useless.
 

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Make sure you get a Fiatecuscan / multiscan suitable cable, there was a problem with some of the cables that didnt work, I got mine from ebay for about £15.
 

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MES functions depends on its edition.
I have old 3.3 one which can sort this. Any higher versions are also OK to do it.
I do not know which is paid or not for you... Sorry...
 

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Thanks for the info gents :thumbup:
 

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Paid version of MES, cable suitable for connection to laptop and hours of frustration setting up the port! Make sure you load the drivers before plugging in the cable.
 
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