LOL, yea man Im going to give the dealer a call tomorrow to see if they can scan it for me and if theres any charge how much it will actually be. Thanks a lot.Hey Pro just take it down to the dealership and ask them to scan it it might just need to be reset or could be a warning to change the oil. Most of the dealers i know will reset the light or scan the car for free for ya, just ask ahead of time so you don't get a random bill, i mean worst case they charge you 60$ for the scan. In my opinion its better to find out what the light means than to have something go boom! In the world on European cars going boom = A.) BAD B. ) expensive.
it's a reminder for you to service your car.Hello guys I have an 2003 AUDI A4 3.0, everytime I turn on my car it says SERVICE! My car has 63k, I was wondering what should I do. I am not taking it to the dealer because I dont have the money for any kind of maintenance at this time... what would you do???
So after the procedure described above, the computer automatically resets the display to the next (service interval) ie. current mileage + 10,000miles? (in Singapore, the display reads in km's).To reset the SERVICE reminder after oil change, you can do this.
If your instrument cluster has 2 knobs, one on each side (Older A4's, 1998-2004 A6's, TT's up to ~2006):
1. Press the right knob and hold it, turn the ignition on, release the right knob and press the left knob, the display should change to service in ----- miles. Or....
If your instrument cluster has a little wrench on a button on the right (2002-2008 A4's):
Press and hold the wrench button. Turn the ignition on. Without releasing the wrench button, press the 0,0 button next to it. The center display should change. (My 2003 Audi A4 has the wrench button and I was able to reset it this way)
After this reset, the computer resets to Service in --- miles and --- days. Once you complete 1000 miles driving, it will show Service in 9000 miles ... days.So after the procedure described above, the computer automatically resets the display to the next (service interval) ie. current mileage + 10,000miles? (in Singapore, the display reads in km's).