Below is the simple guide from MINI of Escondido on how to reset a MINI Cooper oil service light. If you are one who enjoys working on their MINI in your garage, you may find this answer especially helpful when changing your oil. As a reminder, it’s essential for you to follow your specific model’s scheduled maintenance plan in order to keep your MINI in prime driving condition. If at any time you find yourself getting stuck or confused, don’t hesitate to contact the MINI of Escondido service department about your oil change service.
Keep in mind, steps three through five will be the same if you choose to stop after resetting the oil service indicator light. Your oil light will remain on if there is an issue or if you need to change your oil filter. If you continue seeing any of your service lights go on after you have completed these steps to reset service indicator, please schedule maintenance service with our San Marcos-area service center. Our team of MINI Cooper Service factory-trained mechanics will answer all your service questions, inspect your vehicle to make sure there aren’t any issues, and recommend whatever type of service your MINI may need.
Whether you’re looking to get behind the wheel of a used MINI vehicle, curious about what can fit inside a MINI, to compare the MINI Cooper vs. MINI Cooper S, would like to know how to wash a car, “why is my steering wheel shaking?”, or how to check the tire tread depth, our team is here to help! Don’t forget! MINI of Escondido offers a great selection of service specials and coupons to help you save on your next visit.