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Resetting The low oil warning light.

Discussion in 'General Technical / How To' started by Biggles, Jan 17, 2007.

  1. Biggles
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    Hello

    It came on today, so I topped it up, but the light is still on. How do I reset this, or will it reset its self at some point?

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    Is it deffiently the Low Oil light, or the Service oil light??
    Only ask as I fell for same thing on mine, when I first purchased an Audi.
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    It shows an oil can & "min", and that is what the handbook says.

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    The sensor's on the bottom of the sump. You need to drain off the engine oil to change, it might be worth checking the wiring first

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    Hello Adamc

    I will look at that, cheers.

    It is going into Audi this next week.. I am fecked off with it. Did you see my posting on the ESP disengaging post in the forum?

    Took a 525 out today. Not the same :-(

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    No I didn't, but nobody could be THAT unlucky surely. Why don't you look at a trade in while you're over at Audi?

    cheers
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    The real problem is I like the car so much. It's a bit like a girlfriend that is nothing but hassle, but you just won't dump her LOL.

    I might look into a trade in. Can't say I was over impressed with the BMW.

    I have posted on a Canadian site www.tdiclub.com It seems from their faq the power issue is somewhat normal. I really need to drive another one to compare.

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