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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With the Ignition Turned off, Look on the instrument display, Hold the right trip button. While holding the button Turn ignition on. The display read service, While still holding the trip button turn the left clock adjustment arm to the right or if you were adjusting the minutes on the clock, Release both then turn ignition off then on. I have used this trick myself. Hope this helps. SKetchlab.com Mugshot Collection
Posted on May 16, 2009
Vehicles on longlife service intervals must have the service interval indicator reset using suitable diagnostic equipment. Vehicles on fixed interval servicing can be reset as follows: Press and hold button [A] 84764. Switch ignition ON. The words "SERVICE" or "SERVICE IN xxxx MI" will appear in the trip recorder display. Release button [A]. Press button [B] to reset the display. The words "SERVICE IN 10 000 MI" will appear in the trip recorder display. Switch ignition OFF.
BUTTON A IS LEFT OFF SPEEDO
BUTTON B IS RIGHT OFF REV COUNTER
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
Hi, if your 2006 Audi A6 service light is coming up, you have to reset it by following the instruction below..
If your instrument cluster has 2 knobs, one on each side (Older A4's, 1998-2004 A6's, TT's up to ~2006):
Press the right knob and hold it, turn the ignition on, release the right knob and press the left knob, the display should change to service in ----- miles. Or....
Press the right knob and hold it. Turn the ignition on and release the right knob and pull the left one. Then, push the right knob again and pull the left knob again. The display where the mileage is shown should change.
If your instrument cluster has a little wrench on a button on the right (2002-2008 A4's):
Press and hold the wrench button. Turn the ignition on, release the wrench button and press the 0,0 button next to it. The center display should change.
If you have a older body A8, you may be able to reset without a scan tool. Press the 0,00 button on the right of the cluster, turn the ignition on and release the 0,00 button and press the "M" or "Mode" button on the left and it should reset. If this does not work, or you have a 2004 or newer A8, it will probably require a scan tool.
If you have a much older or newer Audi, or certain A8's, you need a scan tool or a special made service light reset tool, available online. You can also purchase af, ter market software and a adapter lead for your laptop and use that. The reset tools will come with instructions. The After market software will go as follows:
On most older vehicles, enter vehicle self diagnosis. Go to #17: Instrument cluster. Go to adaptations, and change the following adaptation channel numbers to the number listed next to it, following the on screen prompts to save and accept.
Channel 5 --> 12
Channel 6 --> 24
Channel 7 --> 36
Channel 8 --> 72
If you have a A3, 2009+ A4, 2005+ A6 or 2004+ A8, or a Q7 and are using the after market software:
Go to guided functions, go to service work, go to reset service light, or something of that nature, and follow the on screen prompts.
Hope it helps
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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