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Instrument cluster “service due” does not match iDrive info.


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After an oil change from independent shop, the hidden menu was used to reset the oil service.

The problem is that when I turn on the ignition, the instrument cluster is still saying “Service due since 5/2022“ and displays the RED car graphic. if I try to use the hidden menu again to reset, it says “reset impossible“ (though I can still force a reset using Bluetooth OBD2 device and app). Still, it does not update the message on the instrument cluster. When I go into iDrive, the info is correct (it says 6/2023 in 11000), but when I turn on the car, the image of a RED car is shown on the instrument cluster, with the wrong service due info (“due since 5/2022”).

This is an annoyance I would like to fix. Does anyone know what the issue is and how to fix it?

In case this matters, I have used a popular coding app to do simple straightforward modifications (nothing in expert mode). The only instrument cluster mod I added was to display small digital speed in mph when analog gauges are in use. Thinking that maybe this mod messed something up, I tried reverting to the backup from before the mod was made and used OBD2 to reset again…Still, my issue persists.

It’s a 2014 740i - F01 N55 engine

Hope Someone knows why this is happening and what the fix may be.

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So, it just occurred to me that the instrument cluster is alerting me about brake service, not my recent oil change service. Oops! Solved

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