Reset service light indicator Renault Laguna

Reset service light indicator Renault Laguna. How to reset maintenance light, reset oil service light. Can be made manually by use button on car dash board.

How to reset service light indicator Renault Laguna.

Reset service light indicator Renault Laguna spanner.

  1. Switch the ignition to on.
  2. Press the button at the and of the stork, until on the screen shows key service. Picture below.
  3. Reset service light indicator Renault Laguna stork.
  4. This shows how many miles you have got left untill your next service.
  5. Hold the spedo button down untill the screen flashes for 2 or 3 times then the milage will change. Picture below.
  6. Reset service light indicator Renault Laguna.
  7. Turn off the ignition and then start the vehicle to see if warning light has been reset.


That it is the full procedure how to reset service light indicator Renault Laguna. If you like to reset any maintenance oil light after an oil change. Or reset check engine light, airbag light, inspection key or insp errors when maint reqd, for Renault cars. Or any warning light for service reminder which appears on the display. Write in the search box the car name for which you want to find information, and find how to reset other service reminders when by yourself.

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Click hear to see full procedure how do you reset the oil light indicator. How to reset the maintenance light and how do you reset service light for all Renault vehicles.

3 thoughts on “Reset service light indicator Renault Laguna”

  1. How do you reset the service and engine check light on the Mk III Renault Espace 2.0 Race 16 v 2002?

    1. Hello Rob , we have the procedure for Renault Espace write the name of your car in search box located in the top right.

  2. This site is great! Laguna 2 here: Any ideas on how to stop a persistent tyre pressure sensor failure? Tried the old ”remove the fuse and restart” works for hours or a few days. Have a replacement sensor on the way. Heard that changing the standard ‘C’ battery in the original sensor sorts the problem and save the $$ of having a new one re-maped? Any knowledge around this would be appreciated! yeew

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