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Step 1) Using your left hand, press and hold the "0.0" button, located at the bottom right of your instrument cluster
Step 2) While holding the "0.0" button, using your right hand, insert your key into the ignition and turn it to the on position (w/o starting the engine)
Step 3) Let go of the "0.0" button
Step 4) While it still says "Service Now", press the "M" button on the bottom left side of the instrument panel.
That's it!!
Saw this on JettaMKV.com I just did it and I know you want to do it.....
 

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Thanks, this comes very handy for those of us who don't like going to the dealerships.

This is also posted on the MkV Golf/Jetta DIY section.
 

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Re: (Aguilar)

Quote, originally posted by Aguilar »
Thanks, this comes very handy for those of us who don't like going to the dealerships.

This is also posted on the MkV Golf/Jetta DIY section.


It's all in your Owner's Manual. The Owner's Manual is that Big Black Book, (BBB), located in the glovebox.
 

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Re: (raceware)

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It's all in your Owner's Manual. The Owner's Manual is that Big Black Book, (BBB), located in the glovebox.

Who bother reading those anymore?
Just create a new thread and read through a few replies saying "USE THE SEARCH!!1!
" and halfway through the page someone will give you the answer.
 

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Re: (Aguilar)

Quote, originally posted by Aguilar »

Who bother reading those anymore?
Just create a new thread and read through a few replies saying "USE THE SEARCH!!1!
" and halfway through the page someone will give you the answer.




I forgot people don't read the BBB because it's not written in Ebonics...
 

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Re: (raceware)

Quote, originally posted by raceware »


I forgot people don't read the BBB because it's not written in Ebonics...

 

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"Manually shifting an AT is like jerking off to the swimsuit section in the Kmart catalog." - still gets you off though.
 

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Re: Reset "Service Now" Indicator (cerny76)

Great tip! Even though I paid 130 pounds ($260 USD) for the dealer to perform the 5000 mile service (aka oil change) they didn't reset the service now reminder. This method works!
 

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Re: Reset "Service Now" Indicator (cerny76)

so, does this also work with the multi function steering wheel. i brought it to a shop and they told me i need a vag to do it.....
 

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Re: Reset "Service Now" Indicator (MK4 Getta)

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so, does this also work with the multi function steering wheel. i brought it to a shop and they told me i need a vag to do it.....

i thought all GTI's and GLI's had multifunctioning steering wheels
 

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Re: Reset "Service Now" Indicator (shue333)

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i thought all GTI's and GLI's had multifunctioning steering wheels

i think so too, but there are more MKVs then GLIs and GTIs. I am trying to figure out if this works on the GLIs.....screw it. I am going to try it now...
 
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