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Old 14 April 2014, 12:48   #1
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Suzuki DF100 Oil change warning reset procedure

Does anyone know the process to reset the 100 hour oil change warning light of a Suzi DF100?

Mine came on yesterday, despite having been recently serviced & oil changed. I think it's an automatic thing linked purely to engine hours. I haven't got the manual with me and a red flashing warning light is quite annoying!
I think it's something to do with turning the ignition on and off a number of times, but can't remember the procedure.

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Old 14 April 2014, 13:48   #2
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TRY,
ignition off, kill cord removed, ignition on, pull kill cord button up for a second(as if lanyard was in) and release, repeat the button lift a further two times. After the 3rd lift and release then turn ignition off.
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Old 16 April 2014, 10:57   #3
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Did this work for you?



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Hi Crusher,
I thought I'd posted a reply from my new android - obviously didn't work
Haven't tried it yet - after 2 great but cold days on the water family wanted a change of activity for a few days!
Will be afloat again on Fri, so will let you know.
Thanks for the advice
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Hi Crusher,
Yes worked a treat, many thanks. great day on the water without red warning light flashing the whole time Much more relaxing.
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