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Hi, Google found THIS: Turn key to position 2. press the button to show the service due light. release button. turn key off. press and hold the same button to view the service light, within 2 second turn key to position 2. wait up to 10 second and the light will reset to show new service. This may take a couple of trys (make sure the doors are shut).gL, Td
I know on the older 2004 model you could turn your key to the second position and press the odometer button twice, turn the key off, then press and hold button again and turn key back to previous position. The service indicator with time/distance will be shown after about 15-20 seconds it will default or reset and the new distance to change will be on the indicator. Hope this works for you and let me know if this method is still compatible if you would
It is not possible to have that reset or turned off "Service Due!" without using a diagnostic scantool connected to the data link connector of the car. This is the only one way to reset service due light on a 2007 Audi A6.
It's not too hard but you won't break anything. The owners manual says how to do it too. Turn the key to run ( don't start it) press the M button repeatly till the sevice light is on. hold the button down and turn the key off. turn the key back on ( inside of ten seconds ) while still holding the M button down for a another second and then let up. after about 10 seconds it'll signal and show 10,000 miles to next service or 16,000 KM as your set. If your navigation button is on the steering wheel just pust it till it comes to reset oil life indicator and then pust the button on the instrument cluster that says reset.
Sometimes due to drinking soda or eating behind the wheel might give this problem, make sure you doing right and wheel is clean, connector switch is clean. if still does same thing go to nearest dealer for diagnosis test. Dont forget to check fuses under steering column and seats by the way
Fixing the tire and setting all the tire at the proper pressure should turn the light off automatically. You might have to go to a Dodge Dealership.
The only reason that I can think of is the pressure sensor was damage when the tire repair was performed. To patch a tire, they need to take the tire off the rim. The pressure sensor can be easily damaged during this process if they are not carefully.
Just keep that possibility in mind.