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      05-20-2011, 09:06 AM   #1
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How do you get rid of the state inspection alert on dash?

As title states. Besides going to dealership is there a reset process?
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      05-20-2011, 09:07 AM   #2
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Do a search for "all series reset".
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As title states. Besides going to dealership is there a reset process?
It's easy.

from the '07 Owner's Manual under "Service Requirements" (and if you don't have iDrive, it's done through the buttons on the turn signal stalk):

Entering deadlines for legally required
inspections*
Make sure the date on the Control Display is
always set correctly, refer to page
81, otherwise
the effectiveness of CBS Condition Based Service
is not ensured.

1.
Open the start menu.

2.
Press the controller to open the menu.

3.
Select "Info sources" and press the controller.

4.
Select "Service" and press the controller.

5.
If necessary, move the highlight marker to
the uppermost field. Turn the controller
until "Service requirements" is selected and
press the controller.

6.
Select "Status" and press the controller.

7.
Select "State inspection" and press the
controller.

8.
Select "Set service date" and press the
controller. The month is highlighted.

9.
Turn the controller to make the adjustment.

10.
Press the controller to apply the setting.
The year is highlighted.

11.
Turn the controller to make the adjustment.

12.
Press the controller to apply the setting.
The date entry is stored.
To exit from the menu:
Select and press the controller.

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