Scroll down to full service. 5) confirm service with the ok button, it will then say 'service confirmed'.
The exact time is determined by the vehicle's flexible service system.
Service b1 mercedes e300. Most mercedes models manufactured after 2009 will need it after the first year or 20,000 miles, and then every 2 years or 20,000 miles after that. Then press the 'ok' button, this will take you to another menu screen. You can arrange a b service approximately one year after an a service, and usually every 2 years subsequently, depending on the average number of miles you drive per year.
After that, confirm by pressing yes and the service reset is complete Pick which oil was used. Repairpal generates both national and local fair price estimates for most service intervals.
Next, highlight the confirm service and select it. Then it is typically every 20,000 miles or 2 years (approximately). The first is labeled as “service a.” at this juncture, mercedes recommends a synthetic oil and filter.
This is the oil grade so select it depends on which oil grade you use. The need for service b, like that for service a, varies with the vehicle’s specifics. 2) press the 'accept call' button and hold it.
#2 · jan 31, 2016. 4) find the 'full service' option and hit ok. It is more costly than an a service, but it is more extensive.
Costs also depend on your vehicle. Oil change, tire rotation (if not staggered), brake fluid flush and complete check of systems/assemblies. Of course, these figures vary, depending on labor, oem parts, and where you go.
Your vehicles maintenance service indicator will also notify you when your next maintenance service is due. I think the b1 is simply the b service: 3) scroll around to find 'assyst plus', hit 'ok'.
Once the ignition is on we can carry on and scroll down to full service.