Audi A4 1996 1.9 tdi ERROR/FAULT CODES

Dear all,
i've just driven back from work and as i started the engine the digital odometer display showed '1 n 1' normally where the trip is shown.
Now i know i need to take it to audi for a service as it has just hit 110k but i'd like to know if there is anything specific i need to ask for ?
Thanks for all your help in advance
Bob
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Hi Bob, it's not 1n1 its IN1 which stands for interval 1, meaning a big service, IN2 = small service, OIL = oil change :)
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Timing belt, water pump, thermostat etc..
Tony 96 S6

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how long do will i normally have to get it serviced? the earliest i can get it in is a week today, 29th october but will need to use it through the week? will i do more damage to the car if i use it now it flashes with the interval service?
thanks
Bob

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You can drive it as long as you want, it's up to you when you take it in, and your timing belt is not due on the 110k mile service, unless you changed it at around 60k. if you have not have the timing belt done at all, I would suggest not driving it all, as 110k miles is asking for serious trouble.
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I have an audi A4 and it shows IN2 on the dashboard. Does any one from melbourne have a wagcom scan tool. I really don't want to go to the dealer.
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Needs to be serviced/INspected and that light reset by a vag-com tool or read here......
When the dealer services your car, they are supposed to reset the oil or service interval warning light that comes on in place of your trip odometer when you start your car. It can be temporarily reset, by pushing the odometer reset. But when the ignition is turned off, the service warning will reappear when you restart your car. To reset it permanently, follow these instructions:
Insert your key into the ignition. Push in the odometer reset button, hold it in, and turn the key to the first click. The display should read either "oil" or "service" if it does not, repeat steps #1 and #2. To reset, pull out your instrument light dimmer button at the bottom of the tachometer. Turn the ignition to the off position. When the ignition is turned back on, the display should be back to the trip odometer. Note: This procedure has been confirmed on '98 and '99 model year A4's.
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