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Resetting Service Reminder

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  • 1 year later...
You will need the Durametric software, a PST2 or a PIWIS tester to reset the service mileage.

Sorry for dredging up an ancient topic, but according to the Durametric website, the gadget looks almost too good to be true for resetting service reminders. Will the software run on any decent Windows laptop? The $287 price tag seems a reasonable investment.

Currently, the OBC in my car just began reading "Service in 30 days", and the car has 34116 miles on the odo. As far as I know, the car was last serviced at an OPC at around 26K miles. I've since had my indy change the oil and filter at around 30K, and will do another change at at 35-38K. I don't think he has a Durametric, and I know he doesn't have a PIWIS, but I'd trust him with a service checklist, because he's quite familiar with Mercedes diagnostics and their OBC's.

If I bought a Durametric, I'd let him borrow it of course, because he's quite digitally savvy.

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