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My 2004 a8l had service done and they never reset the service reminderin the computer...how do i reset it?

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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 2004 Audi A8.

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