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Re: King Kong Lives!
Hairy green toads from Mars made Robert Myers say:
> I just successfully replaced the light which provides illumination for the
> odometer of my '95 S6. It was an easy job - after I managed to break loose
> the screws which hold the instrument cluster in place. Felt like about 850
> ft pounds of torque were required. :-) I was beginning to doubt whether I
> might have to take the car to my fiendly (sic) local Audi dealer just to
> loosen two Allen screws. But - I took my Daddy's famous advice: "Don't
> force it, son. Just get a bigger hammer." Success!
Cool. Can the same method be used to fix a non-lit outside temp
meter? Mine's been dead since day 1.
> Now, the question of the day? Since I now have a functioning odometer
> light I can see the oil service warning which shows up on startup. Anyone
> know how to reset it without use of the infamous VAG 1551? No, the oil has
> been changed several times since the odometer went dark.
BTDT, there is NO way to do this without VAG1551.
Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) firstname.lastname@example.org
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