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'Service Vehicle Soon' on display
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Can anyone give me some advice on this please? 
 
I've had this 1.6 CDTI 2014 for 4 years (67K), always done my own servicing, including resetting oil service life indicator, but never had this 'Service Vehicle Soon' warning come up on the Multi-Function Display before, a horizontal spanner in the middle of the image of a car.   Admittedly the service was delayed and quite late this year due to Covid.

I have had issues with the Intake Air Temperature sensor of recent triggering an engine MIL warning light on, but this appears to be sorted now, having erased DTC (P0111) and it not having reappeared.

But after a couple of journeys, the 'SVS' is still showing!  I've checked on my 'Streetwize Car Scan' box to see if I can reset anything, but can’t see anything.  Anyone got any ideas??   Cheers, Jeff.
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Need to get a proper reader on it and find the error codes, it could be anything.
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(21:st-May-2020, 17:44:09)Loddy Jeff Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Can anyone give me some advice on this please? 
 
I've had this 1.6 CDTI 2014 for 4 years (67K), always done my own servicing, including resetting oil service life indicator, but never had this 'Service Vehicle Soon' warning come up on the Multi-Function Display before, a horizontal spanner in the middle of the image of a car.   Admittedly the service was delayed and quite late this year due to Covid.

I have had issues with the Intake Air Temperature sensor of recent triggering an engine MIL warning light on, but this appears to be sorted now, having erased DTC (P0111) and it not having reappeared.

But after a couple of journeys, the 'SVS' is still showing!  I've checked on my 'Streetwize Car Scan' box to see if I can reset anything, but can’t see anything.  Anyone got any ideas??   Cheers, Jeff.
Yeah it would be nothing but guessing without the codes being read. And if people kept guessing could cost you more in long run.

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#4
OK, thanks guys, appreciate you feedback.  

Does anyone know of a code reader that would reach the manufacturers DTC for a reasonable price?  

My old Astra G had a blink code facility on it - press two pedals, turn ignition on and MIL blinked a code - is there anything like this with J's?
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Opcom is probably the best budget reader
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