Indicator Reset Light Service

Instructions on how to manually reset the warning signs that occur in your car dashboard

VW Tiguan reset oil life percentage indicator procedure 2009-2016

How do you reset oil life percentage required light Volkswagen Tiguan, reset oil life percentage light VW Tiguan on 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016. To reset maintenance required light Volkswagen Tiguan and that can be made manually by use button on car dashboard.

To turning off reset oil life percentage indicator light 
Volkswagen (VW) Tiguan on 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016, conform to the following instructions:

  • Turn the key into the ON position
  • Select the “Settings” menu with the controls located on either the windshield wiper arm or the steering wheel
  • Select the “Service” submenu and then select the “Reset” option and then press the OK button to reset the display
  • Press the OK button once more to confirm

OR

  • With the ignition switched OFF, press and hold the 0.0/ SET button (located on the right side of the instrument cluster)
  • While holding down, turn the ignition to the ON position
  • Release the button and briefly press the button for setting the CLOCK (located on the left side of the instrument cluster) once
  • After a brief period, the display will switch back to the normal display indicating the service interval is reset
To turning off reset oil life percentage indicator light 
Volkswagen (VW) Tiguan on 2009 2010, conform to the following instructions:
  • Press the MENU button located above the shifter on the center console
  • Then touch SETUP, then VEHICLE, then MAINTENANCE
  • Touch the desired item in which you need to reset (i.e. Engine Oil, Oil Filter, Tire Rotation, etc.)
  • From here, fill in the requested fields with the new “Next Service” interval (i.e. date and distance till next service is due)
  • Press OK when complete
  • Repeat steps 3-5 for any other services that were performed

Volkswagen Tiguan reset oil life percentage indicator

This reset should be done after changed the engine oil and filter according to the technical specifications relating Volkswagen Tiguan Engine. Resetting without changing the engine oil lead to premature engine wear and serious problems in the functioning of these.


About Volkswagen Tiguan

The Volkswagen Tiguan is a compact crossover vehicle (CUV) manufactured by German automaker Volkswagen.

Introduced in 2007, the first generation model uses the PQ46 platform of the B6 Generation Volkswagen Passat. All first generation (5N) Tiguans featured two row seating and transverse mounted four-cylinder engines.

The name Tiguan, pronounced TEE-gwan, is a portmanteau of the German words Tiger (“tiger”) and Leguan (“iguana”) and won a naming contest by German car magazine publisher Auto Bild from a field of names that also included Namib, Rockton, Liger, Samun and Nanuk.

A three row, seven seat version of the 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan has been confirmed to be built at the German brand’s Puebla assembly plant in Mexico.

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