SERVICE LIGHT RESET VOLKSWAGEN ARTEON
4 easy steps with image guide on how to reset the service maintenance reminder indicator light of Volkswagen Arteon (SE, SEL, Arteon Shooting Brake, Arteon R, eHybrid) from year 2017-2018-2019-2020.
- Turn OFF the ignition.
- Press and hold the 0.0 button, located at the center of the instrument cluster.
- While holding the 0.0 button. Turn the Ignition ON. Don’t start the engine.
- The message will appear ( Reset oil change service? Do you want to reset the inspection?, Reset oil change interval?, Reset inspection interval? )
- Release the 0.0 Button. Reset Service Interval is now complete.
ABOUT VOLKSWAGEN ARTEON
The Volkswagen Arteon is a four door fastback based on the Volkswagen Group MQB platform. The Arteon was unveiled on 6 March 2017, at the Geneva Motor Show, and at the Chicago Auto Show for the market in North America.The Arteon is a direct successor to the CC. Volkswagen claims that the Arteon will be more upmarket than the previous model.
Launched in Europe during 2017, the Arteon is positioned above the Passat, and was heavily based on the 2015 Volkswagen Arteon concept car shown at the Geneva International Motor Show. The Arteon made its debut for the United States at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. Volkswagen delayed the launch in the United States of the Arteon due to unspecified issues with the emissions testing. Vehicles started arriving at dealerships in the US in April 2019. It became available in the market in Canada in spring of 2019.
At the launch of the Arteon, Volkswagen Head of Design Klaus Bischoff explained: “The fact that the Arteon has gone into production with only minimal design changes from the show car demonstrates Volkswagen’s appetite for innovation. Exactly like the concept car, the Volkswagen Arteon generates that ‘I want it’ feeling. As forecast in 2015, this car does indeed mark the start of a new design era”. Tobias Sühlmann, responsible for the Arteon’s exterior design, explained “The athletic lines of the Arteon incorporate a highly functional overall concept. Form and function find common ground here in a progressive way. Thanks to its long wheelbase, stretched roofline, coupé-style fastback design and a large rear hatch, this gran turismo provides more space and flexibility than conventional saloons”. (source:wiki)