Motor = A4 2.4 V6 1997
I was about to buy a VAG-COM lead to a, reset the service notification and
b, check a few warning signals that keep appearing.
a VW owner told me that a, can be accomplished by the 2 storks that protrude
from the instrument cluster (one normally sets the clock the other the trip
meter) some combination of press one while twisting the other.........sorta
like a masons hand shake.
anyone know if this is genuine or what
Not sure if this works for your vehicle, but try here
and if that doesn't work try below, but if this still doesn't work use a
Ross-Tech tool. :-)
Re: In1 Service Reminder Removal
Posted: Feb 26, 2004 9:53 PM
That's the procedure. Just to make sure:
Car off. Push in odometer reset and hold, turn key to "on" position.
You should see "Service oil" at this point?
If so, you can push the "tach button" to toggle to the "IN" display. Once
the "IN" display is up pull and HOLD the "tach button" until the "IN"
If this doesn't work something is going on. You can reset it with a VAG-COM
in that case.
Your owner manual should tell you how to use the two cluster buttons to clear
the reset notification, but you won't/can't interrogate faults. For that you
need a VAG tool or emulator. One example of the latter is VAG-COM, which I use
and have recommended to other Audi owners.
'00 s4 6spd
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