R56 CBS SERVICE ITEMS OVERVIEW
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Service Items Basis for Determining Interval Nominal Interval "Yellow" Interval Before Service Interval Tolerance Between Services Service is Due (displayed (service can be performed in the Vehicle Control within this range before Display being due) Engine Oil Adaptive based on Fuel Consumption 15,000 miles 1,250 miles 2,000 miles and Oil Quality Sensor Front Brakes Adaptive based on 2 brake lining wear 31,000 miles 1,250 miles 4,000 miles sensors and residual wear algorithm Rear Brakes Adaptive based on 2 brake lining wear 31,000 miles 1,250 miles 4,000 miles sensors and residual wear algorithm AC Microfilter Adaptive 15,000 miles 1,250 miles 4,000 miles Brake Fluid Time based 24 months 1 month 4 months Vehicle Check Distance based 30,000 miles 1,250 miles 2,000 miles Spark Plugs * Distance based 100,000 miles (Cooper) 1,250 miles 4,000 miles 60,000 miles (Cooper S) 30,000 miles (with JCW kit) Automatic Transmission Fluid * Distance based 100,000 miles 1,250 miles 4,000 miles Oxygen Sensor * Distance based 120,000 miles 1,250 miles 4,000 miles Emissions Inspection Time based on State Regulations Dealer Programmable Safety Inspection Time based on State Regulations Dealer Programmable
Notes all models:
• * “Automatic Transmission Fluid”, “Oxygen Sensor”, “Coolant” and Spark
Plugs are not shown in the Tachometer Display or in the Central
Information Display. For coolant, please see key reader for remaining life.
• Service can be performed for any of the above Service Items which fall
within the Service Interval Tolerance.
• Maintenance Program only covers Service Items which have values within
the above Service Interval Tolerance (denoted as either “Recommended” or
“Due” by SAM).
M00 03 07 ----- November 2007
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