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Re: How do I reset the "service due" light on my 2009...
Press and hold BOTH right and left panel knobs while turning the ignition key to the ON position, the regular ligts come up and cycle. The message 10000 miles till next service should come up meanng the service is reset till next service cycle.
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There is a very simple explanation there with the "wrench" button and the "0.0" button.
Simple is turn the key off; press and hold the wrench button and tuen the ignition on. Let eh wrench button go, and press the 0.0 button the you will hear the rest. Turn the ignition off, and turn it back on and service reset is complete. Should have no lights after ward.
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.
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 2009 Audi Q5.
Hi, press and hold BOTH right and left panel knobs while turning the ignition key to the ON position, the regular ligts come up and cycle. The message 10000 miles till next service should come up meanng the service is reset till next service cycle. You can also check out this link..http://www.ehow.com/how_5102925_reset-audi-service-light.html