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Just bought a used 2008 VW EOS with 40,000 miles on it. It has brand new tires, a full tank of gas, and just got an oil change. There is a warning light on that looks like oil, also a light saying "DRL" lit up and screen says "service now!" when car starts

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For massage ( service now ) 1/ S.W off .2/ press the button on screen 3/ by anther hand S.W ON 4/ with press button turn to clock wise for a while untill disply change .5/ S.W Off and ON .

check button for tire presure adjuster yellow light press until sound coming . start . check

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