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post #11 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-13-2004, 04:04 PM
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Re: Oil Change Sticky note

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Not sure how anyone else feels about it, I send my burgie to the oil change man hehehehe, not cheaper or quicker but easier for me this way Good with some maintenance but not the oil changes How much would you charge to come to NH (USA) to do the oil changes See Ya Diana
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I moved it to How To as suggested and made it a Sticky.

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... The oil change light is due to come on at 600 miles for your first service and I'm betting that your dealer didn't reset this when they serviced your machine. To reset:

1-Push select and reset buttons for 2 seconds untill interval indicator comes on.
2-Push select button to decresae intervals in 300 mile intervals
3- Push reset to increase intervals in 300 mile increments
4- Push select and reset to lock in your changes.
That's the sequence for changing the interval (factory preset at 3,500 miles) on the 650, but to reset the "Change Oil" indicator after service there is a seperate, different sequence:

With the ignition off, hold down both the select and the reset buttons.
While holding them down, turn the key to the on position. The indicator will blink several times, then go out.
Release the buttons, and the indicator will be reset.

You can reset the indicator without changing the interval to the next one (and vice versa).

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First time I did this I pressed the one button only and changed from MPH to KH. Next morining I was going 62 in the 35 mph zone.

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First time I did this I pressed the one button only and changed from MPH to KH. Next morining I was going 62 in the 35 mph zone.

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Some times the best answer is: RTFM

(Read The F***ing Manual)
My mechanic (autorized Suzuki) could not turn off the "Change Oil" light.
He just did not bother to read the manual..
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my appologies for the F*****

It is very common... Sorry
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Bendi,

I know it is a common acronym. I fixed it for you.

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Thanks for the moderation (Moderating?), Paul.

Bendi,

It's a common enough acronym that that's what we should probably use -- the acronym.

"RTFM" is suitable for an open forum, and if anyone asks what it means we can always say "Read the Full Manual," "Read the Freaking Manual," or let them in on the more common meaning in a private message.

But, please, not on an open thread. We may be (mostly) adults here, but some of us do find course or obscene language distasteful.

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What I have seen mentioned before is that some folks read the forums with their young child on their lap. We need to keep that in mind. We don't need to be prudes, we just need to exercise a bit of discretion.

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