Okay. See if this information helps along with the picture from above and the other pictures I have attached. If there are any discrepancies let me know and I will see if your vehicle shares a slightly different cluster from a cross over year. Please do not rate until you are satisfied with my service.
Turn the ignition on.Note:
The cluster depicted may vary slightly from the one actually being serviced if it is not MMI equipped.
- Push in the reset button for the trip recorder, hold it in, and turn ignition ON without starting engine.
- The display should read either "SERVICE IN ????Miles" or "Service!" if it does not, repeat steps #1 and #2.
- To reset, push and hold the odometer reset (control) button until you see "SERVICE IN --- MILES --DAYS" or "SERVICE!"..
Perform step #4 before the "Service!" message disappears and changes to the usual message about holding the brake down while shifting out of Park.
- Turn the ignition off. If done correctly, when the ignition is turned back on, the "Service!" reminder will not show.
- With ignition off, push right button.
- Turn ignition on, then pull the left button
A flexible interval can only be calculated for the next service if the Service Interval Display is reset using VAS 5051 / 5052, VAG 1551/52 or the Vehicle Diagnosis Tester.
Reseting indicator via the instrument cluster will result in setting to a fixed service interval value of 1 year / 15,000 km (10,000 miles).
Do not reset the display between service intervals. Doing so will result in an incorrect display.
The service display information will remain intact even if the battery is disconnected.
If a priority 1 malfunction is detected (red symbol), you cannot display the distance remaining.