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    Hey guys I bought my 380 2007 series 3 second hand and it did nt come worth a manual and I can't seem to find one online stop I was wondering if any one could tell what the shifter/ spanner symbol is that's showing up on my dash , it's located where it has all cars average fuel, range, distance etc, thanks

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    The spanner appears as a reminder that a service is due in 500km.

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    Thanks heaps ,I really need to get a Manuel

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    I picked up a manual from local Mits dealer for $30.Had to wait few days till it came in,but it was brand,factory new.Must be a stack sitting on a shelf somewhere,for years.

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    Does anyone know at what intervals does the 'spanner' comes on?
    1974 Morris Marina BMC 1.5 Diesel (Decease)
    1995 Ford Escort Mk5B 1.8 TDi (Sold)
    1998 Opel Astra Station Wagon 1.7 TD (Sold)
    2000 Ford Falcon AU Classic 4.0 petrol/LPG (Decease)

    2006 Mitsubishi 380 SX 3.8 Trip-tonic

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    The spanner comes on every 15,000 k's, it starts 500k's before and stays on for 500k's after the service interval

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