The pedal method is to reset the oil change light when it comes on. The light comes on based on time, mileage, and sensor settings from the engine. My first light came on after 6900 miles. The next time it took 10,300 miles to light up. If you've got the system that that's flexible vs one that's based on mileage/time there is no way to change the settings, except maybe by reprogramming the computers.
I am not sure that you can reprogram the oil change interval.
Mine says "flexible" too and although I have messed around with the infotainment system, I have yet to find a way to set it to my own preference.
But the pedal method did work to reset the warning light so I am thankful for that, but it still says flexible on the screen. :|
So carplay is working well in my 124. Used mazda firmware and got the parts from a mazda dealer. Just waiting for a new Serial TTL adapter as mine is bust before putting it back together.
For those of you that have been interested in some of the tweaks to the 7.0 Infotainment that the Miata folks have been talking about, I've taken on the task of trying some of the common tweaks and doing a write-up on my results.
I'm happy to report success! I presumed that the Spring 2016...
I've been applying tweaks to my Spider's infotainment system, first with Ameridan's tweaks, and then eventually moving beyond his scripts and writing my own. I've got SSH access to the car's computer from the computer in my office using keys, and I've got Android Auto 1.06 installed and working...
One of the few disappointing things about the new Spiders is the horn. The standard horn on our Spiders is just not right for an Italian badged roadster. On all of the Fiat's I've owned in the past, each of them has had a set of Fiamm air horns that are loud and heck and sound right for the...