How to reset Audi A6 C7.5 light "Inspection Due" by using Foxwell NT680 Pro
Tutorial of how to use Foxwell NT680 Pro to reset Audi A6 C7.5 2011-2018 "Inspection Due" light
Alright, I'm gonna make a quick short review on how do we reset Audi A6 C7.5 "Inspection Due" light with Foxwell NT680 Pro
, this method works with any Audi from 2011-2018.
The oil change that's an easy reset you can do it in the MMI system. But the next inspection. And I already reset it, so I figured I'll show you guys how to do it too easy, it will pop up a little symbol up here. And then every time you turn on the car every time you turn off the car, it will say expect you shouldn't do so.
Let me show you a friend actually lend it to me the Foxwell NT680 Pro (he said he bought from online store).
And I couldn't ask them I got online I got on the forums and trying to figure out nobody knows how to use it and I kind of figured it actually wasn't that hard because I guess everyone uses VCDS.
Alright I'm gonna teach you guys how to how to reset this one look I put it to 373000.
I was just going to return to 10,000 equals 15,000, but every set is 37,000.
Yes, that's why I want to play with it anytime soon, that's gonna take me at least two years to put.
First, you gotta connect. I make sure the car is on, the ignition is off, just press this button one time.
Then this good boy is gonna light up, so pretty much.
Choose "maintenance" .
Went down to oil reset.
Europe -> Audi
Okay I don't know what to do so I went "old mode". Yeah I wanna try.
Then I went to "high maintenance".
I should know what's wrong.
What's a "small maintenance".
Actually you know what, let's backtrack, I went to both because I don't know what I was doing so I want a high maintenance.
And I reset this one: 60000 km/1096 day.
okay, they are complete.
And I went back " small maintenance", I reset 15000 km/365 day.
Just come back and back, we'll go back over here.
Will check "Service & Control" -> "Service intervals"
No more having to go, just reset this.
Alright, so it works.
Foxwell NT680 Pro is a little baby, it's pretty much as good, sweet and simple.