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2014 M6GT Reset Maintenance Light- Aftermarket Radio

The oil change, etc was set at 5000 miles. I replaced the oem nav radio with a Pioneer 2300NEX.

How am I able to reset the oil change, etc without the factory radio? I only see tire rotation and air pressure in the guage menu.

I googled with no luck. I will buy a scan tool if need be, or one one those cheap obd2 dongles and download a app from the play store if that will work. I would like confirmation before I make any purchases.

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I thought I was on to something with my Innova 3150, but hit a dead end. At least I know I can see the engine/abs/see system codes.

I am going to order one of those cheap bluetooth obd readers and use the torque app to see if I can reset it.

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The reset is in the settings menu not on the OEM radio. I have replaced my OEM with an Excelon double DIN and I just reset mine.
I don't recall exactly where, but using the button on the left side of the steering wheel, navigate to settings and there should be a Maintenance entry in there.
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The reset is in the settings menu not on the OEM radio. I have replaced my OEM with an Excelon double DIN and I just reset mine.
I don't recall exactly where, but using the button on the left side of the steering wheel, navigate to settings and there should be a Maintenance entry in there.
Thank you.

I went back in the settings and did see that. I looked there before and it did not allow me to reset the oil change interval; just the tire rotation and check tire pressure.

However, this time, I saw that there was an option to turn the maintenance off, which I did. With a quick restart of the car, no more warnings, so it looks like that has solved my immediate issue.

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