Many models of the Nissan Almera Tino come equipped with an engine management system that tracks the intervals between routine service, such as oil changes and other maintenance. A reminder light illuminates on the control panel when the system determines that the time for regular service has arrived. Many automobile mechanics will reset the light when they perform the service. If you service the Tino yourself, you can reset the engine management light manually.
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Turn on the engine and radio.
Turn the engine off and then on again.
Turn the radio off.
Press and hold the "Info" button on the control panel. Turn the radio volume knob clockwise until the "Self Diagnosis" menu displays. Release the "Info" button.
Turn the joystick to the right or left until you highlight "Confirmation/Adjustment." Press the joystick down to select this option.
Turn the joystick to highlight "Service." Press the joystick down to select this option.
Turn the joystick to highlight "Reset." Press the joystick down to select this option.
Turn the joystick to select "Back" to exit the reset menu. Turn the engine off.
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