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I recently purchased a 2006 VW Jetta TDI.

I am getting a little wrench symbol where my mileage readout is when I start up the vehicle. I have done the 40,000 mile scheduled maintenance and was wondering if there is a reset I need to do the get the reminder for maintenance (which I am guessing this is) to turn off.

Or is this a warning to something more serious?

Anyone?

Thank you!
 

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If you have the vag com you can reset it that way. If not, follow the procedure below, it's just a maintenance reminder, sometimes the dealer won't reset it.

For people without access to VAG-COM:

Vehicles with Multifunction Display -
1.) With the key out of the ignition - Press and hold the “0.0”, located on the right side of the instrument cluster.
2.) While holding the reset button insert the key and turn to the “Accessory” position. Wait for “Service now!” message to appear on multi–functionscreen.
3.) Then release the “0.0” and press the “m” (minutes) button on the opposite side of the instrument cluster.
4.) To verify it’s been reset hold the ”0.0″ button again - the display should indicate the future service by the message: “Service in 5,000 mi / 8,000 KM or 180 days or 10,000 mi / 16,000 km or 365 days” depending on Service Interval adaptation.

Vehicles without Multifunction Display -
1.) With the key out of the ignition - Press and hold the “0.0”, located on the right side of the instrument cluster.
2.) While holding the ”0.0″ button insert the key and turn to the “Accessory” position. Wait for “wrench” symbol to appear in the odometer display.
3.) Then release the “0.0” and press the “MIN” button on the opposite side of the instrument cluster.
4.) To verify it’s been reset hold the ”0.0″ button again: The “wrench” symbol will appear together with the reset number of miles / kilometers you can drive until the service due date. The display changes after about 10 seconds. A “clock” symbol appears together with the reset number of days until the service due date.

VAG-COM method:
1.) Select 17-Instruments
2.) Select Adaptation (10) under advanced functions
3.) Enter Adaptation Channel Number: 02 and select “Read”, The window should read: “Service Reminder” and ServRemInd Closed Reset
4.) Enter “00″ as the new value
5.) Select “Save” and select “Yes” when VAG-COM asks “Are you SURE?”
6.) To verify it’s been reset, with the key in the accessory position, hold the ”0.0″ button - the display should indicate the future service by the message: “Service in 5,000 mi / 8,000 KM or 180 days or 10,000 mi / 16,000 km or 365 days” depending on Service Interval adaptation.
 
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