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What is the E service on a 2006 Mervedes E350 with 10,000

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What is the "E" service on a 2006 Mervedes E350 with 10,000 miles on it and what is the detailed process of resetting the FSS Service Light.

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You need to call up the service items numbers to determine which service you need. Here is the procedure to call up those items and then clear the light. Let me know which number item you need so I can tell you what service is due.

 

Service Item Menu

To determine the actual "Service Items" required (Serv. 1-20 and additional work), you must call up the "Service Menu" in the multifunction display.

Calling up the service item menu

Note: Shown on E-Class (211), other models similar.

 

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  • Turn the key to position 1. The standard display of the multifunction display appears. This is indicated when the Trip and Odometer readings are shown in the display (A1p13).
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    Note: If the standard display is not shown, press the system selection button (S110s3) repeatedly until the standard display is shown (A1p13).

     

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    • Briefly press the trip odometer (A1s3) reset button 3 times.

    Note: As of 9-1-2003, an acoustic signal can be heard and the voltage is shown in the multifunction display.

     

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    • Press lower scroll forward/back button (S110s1) on the multifunction steering wheel until the "Service" menu appears in the multifunction display (A1p13).
    • Press the + or - buttons, adjustment of specific functions and volume control (S111s1) repeatedly until "Positions" is highlighted.
    • Confirm selection with the lower system selection button (S110s3). Read off and note service items to be performed.
    • Press lower + and - buttons, adjustment of specific functions and volume control (S111s1) repeatedly to display and note down all the service items to be performed.
    • Press upper system select button S110s3 (Next Menu) on the multifunction steering wheel repeatedly until the standard display appears in the multifunction display (A1p13).
    • Turn the key to position 0.
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    Customer: replied 8 years ago.
    Please send me the menu of all services 1 thru 20

    US Service 2 - Every 52,000 Miles or 4 Years

    Engine compartment

    • Replace engine air-cleaner insert

    US Service 3 - Every 26,000 Miles or 2 Years

    Engine compartment

    • Replace combination filter

    US Service 5 - Every 65,000 Miles or 5 Years

    Engine compartment

    US Service 7 - Every 78,000 Miles or 5 Years

    Engine compartment

    US Service 8 - Every 143,000 Miles or 15 Years

    Engine compartment

    US Service 9 - Every 2 Years

    • Check bodywork for paintwork damage (by service advisor)

    Underside of vehicle

    • Chassis and load-bearing body components: Check for damage and corrosion (by service advisor)

    Engine compartment

    • Replace brake fluid, check preload pressure of pressure reservoir

     

     

    US Service 10 - Every 5 Years

    Passenger compartment

    • Tilt/sliding roof: Clean slide rails and slide shoes

    US Service 11 - Every 3 Years

    Passenger compartment

    • Panorama sliding roof: Clean and lubricate guide mechanism

    US Service 12 - Every 13,000 Miles or 1 Year

    Engine compartment

    • Engine - oil and filter change

    US Service 13
    First at 13,000 mi or 1 year; after first every 26,000 mi or 2 years

    Engine Compartment
    Check the following fluid levels, correct if necessary. If there is a loss of fluid, determine cause and perform repair with separate work order.

    • Brake system
    • Power steering
    • Windshield washer system, incl. rear window washer (where applicable)
    • Engine cooling system, antifreeze and corrosion protection.
    • Check catch and safety catch and hinges on engine hood for proper operation.
    • Check battery condition using "Midtronics MCR 717" Tester

    Interior
    Function check

    • Warning/indicator lamps, illumination and interior lighting
    • Windshield wipers, washer system, headlamp cleaning system, where applicable; rear window wiper, rear window washer system.
    • Check Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC) hydraulic unit.
    • Reset service indicator in instrument cluster

    Wheels, brakes

    • Inspect tires for damage and splits, measure tread depth
    • Check thickness of brake pads (remove 1 front wheel at Service 13)
    • Correct tire inflation pressure (incl. spare tire)

    Trunk

    • Check main battery condition using "Midtronics MCR 717" Tester.

    Vehicle front/rear

    • Check wiper blade condition

     

     

    US Service 14
    First at 26,000 mi or 2 years; after first every 26,000 mi or 2 years

    Engine Compartment
    Leakage - Major components

    • Check for chafe marks, line routing, damaged components. In the event of leakage, determine cause and perform repairs with separate work order. Check the following fluid levels, correct if necessary. If there is a loss of fluid, determine cause and perform repair with separate work order.
    • Brake system
    • Power steering
    • Windshield washer system, incl rear window washer (where applicable)
    • Engine cooling system, antifreeze and corrosion protection.
    • Check condition of poly-V-belt
    • Check catch and safety catch and hinges on engine hood for proper operation.
    • Check auxilary battery condition using "Midtronics MCR 717" Tester

    Interior

    • Reset service indicator in instrument cluster

    Function check

    • Check parking brake (function test only)
    • Warning/indicator lamps, illumination and interior lighting
    • Windshield wipers, washer system, headlamp cleaning system, where applicable; rear window wiper, rear window washer system.
    • Check safety belts and buckles for signs of external damage and function
    • Check Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC) hydraulic unit

    Wheels, brakes

    • Inspect tires for damage and splits, measure tread depth
    • Check thickness of front/rear brake pads
    • Correct tire inflation pressure (incl. spare tire)

    Underside of vehicle
    Leakage - Major components

    • Check for chafe marks, line routing, damaged components. In the event of leakage, determine cause and perform repairs with separate work order.
    • Check front axle joints for play, check rubber boots
    • Inspect condition of flexible discs
    • Inspect play of tie rod and drag link joints, inspect rubber boots

    Trunk

    • Check main battery condition using "Midtronics MCR 717" Tester.

    Vehicle front/rear

    • Check wiper blade condition

    US Service 20 - Once at 39,000 Miles

    Underside of vehicle
    Automatic transmission - oil and filter change
    Transfer case - oil change (4MATIC models)