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    Help in cambs

    Afternoon fella's,

    Anyone in Cambridge area able to reset the service light on an S4?

    Posting on behalf of a freind, so if anyone can help I'll pm you his number.

    Cheers!

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    You can do it by fiddling around with the dash pins I think (the ones you use to reset trip/change time/etc.).
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    Ok mate, I'll go have a play then! I assume it's going to be similar to the DIS in my A3 . Cheers fella, will post how I get on!

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    I'm sure you hold the right one in or pull it out depending on wether you want to reset the insp or oil warning then when held in flick ignition on the hold for 5 secs then turn the left one to the right. IIRC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradderz_1988 View Post
    I'm sure you hold the right one in or pull it out depending on wether you want to reset the insp or oil warning then when held in flick ignition on the hold for 5 secs then turn the left one to the right. IIRC
    Cheers fella, had a quick play and managed to get the oil check up, but cudnt clear clear the service. My mates going to have a better play later.

 

 

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