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    Service Due Reset for 2011 Audi A4

    Need help to reset the "Service Due" on my Audi. I have done the service reset thru Cloud by putting "0" to new value and saving it but the "Service Due" hasn't gone away. Below are the other values under each module/functions;

    50 oil -160
    51 oil -365
    52 insp -160
    53 insp -182
    54 insp -365

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    Since 53 exceeds 52, your car is due for a mileage based inspection. Assuming all items in the mileage based inspection checklist have been performed, you can put a 0 in 53.

    Check 55 as well. If 55 exceeds 54, then the car is due for a time-based inspection. Assuming all items in the time-based inspection checklist have been performed, you can put a 0 in 55.

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    Checked 55 also and it exceeds 54. I set both 53 and 55 to "0" and the "service due" reminder went away. Thank you.

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    One thing I do not understand though. Those numbers seems to represent days in a year and if my service due is based on mileage ( every 10K miles) how does functions 53 & 55 works?

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    There are three different "counters". One is for your oil-change service. That one is the most complicated. In some markets (typically not NAR) oil change intervals are "flexible" based on the thermal loading (gasoline engines) or soot loading (diesel engines) that calculated bu the cluster using various inputs. The second is for a mileage-based inspection. The third is for a time-based inspection. Any of these counters can trigger the "Service Now!" message. The trick is figuring out which of these need to be reset, and of course referring to the maintenance procedures and actually performing the required work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uwe View Post
    Since 53 exceeds 52, your car is due for a mileage based inspection. Assuming all items in the mileage based inspection checklist have been performed, you can put a 0 in 53.

    Check 55 as well. If 55 exceeds 54, then the car is due for a time-based inspection. Assuming all items in the time-based inspection checklist have been performed, you can put a 0 in 55.

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    This used to work before I did the software update two days ago. Was there a change to the new software? Also I noticed the service update reminder pop-up again in less than 10,000 miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinoySaMI View Post
    This used to work before I did the software update two days ago. Was there a change to the new software?
    Cross-posting the same stuff in two different threads is discouraged. Let's keep your SRI stuff here.

    What I just said in the other thread:

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    You should still be able to do that if you want.
    If you're having difficulties, please explain in detail.

    Quote Originally Posted by PinoySaMI View Post
    Also I noticed the service update reminder pop-up again in less than 10,000 miles.
    Again, the service reminder can pop up when your car thinks it needs an oil change, or when it thinks it needs a mileage-based inspection, or when it thinks it needs a time-based inspection. If these get out of synch, or if one year passes without having driven 10,000 miles, it will come on.

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    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uwe View Post
    Cross-posting the same stuff in two different threads is discouraged. Let's keep your SRI stuff here.

    What I just said in the other thread:





    Again, the service reminder can pop up when your car thinks it needs an oil change, or when it thinks it needs a mileage-based inspection, or when it thinks it needs a time-based inspection. If these get out of synch, or if one year passes without having driven 10,000 miles, it will come on.

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    After i had my oil changed, i tried to reset the "service due" reminder on my dash board by doing the same steps i have been doing before. So i plugged in my HexNet and wen to cloud-intrumentation-adaptation..and put "0" for the value for channel 53 and 55. Saved it and closed my hexnet and re-start my car engine but the "service due" was still there.

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    Have you verified that those channels now have a stored value of 0?

    Please post up the stored vales from all the SRI-related channels, 02, and 40 though 56.

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    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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    I did verified and tried 3x but the Service Due reminder didn't went away. Anyway, I tried it again last Sunday and it went away.

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