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Unread 04-22-2009, 11:04 AM   #1
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Can someone please help with resetting of the service history screen. I have a 1.8 S Tino on an 04 plate.
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Unread 04-22-2009, 04:49 PM   #2
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buy a $20 repair manual for your car, it should contain the info. (Each car is different...for example for my Regal I have to turn the car off then turn only the electronics on, the push the brake pedal up and down 5 times. lol)
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what is a 1.8 S Tino
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Thanks for trying. The car is in the UK, so a $10 handbook won't help. The UK haynes manual doesn't help either. A Tino is a Nissan Almera Tino S model, which the basic 1800 petrol version. When the main dealer services it he resets the service interval warning on the display screen - but it costs! I go to my local good guy and get a super service but he can't reset the damn screen. Maybe the Tino is called something else on the other side of the pond.
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Maybe try disconnecting the negative cable on the battery and leaving it off for a few minutes?

That always clears my jeep's computer. (cleared the CEL I caused too..)
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wow ok well good luck and i second what speed demon says in my mechanical opinion i reccomend taking your main battery fuse or ecu fuse for a few min and try that
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