Audi Q3 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi Q3: Service interval display

The service interval display detects when your vehicle is due for service.

The service interval display works in two stages:

  • Inspection or oil change reminder: after driving a certain distance, a message will appear in the instrument cluster display each time the ignition is switched on or off, depending on the vehicle equipment. The remaining distance or time is displayed briefly.
  • Inspection or oil change due: if your vehicle has reached an inspection or oil change interval or both intervals at the same time, the message Inspection due! or Oil change due! or Oil change and inspection due! appears briefly after switching the ignition on or off.

Checking service intervals

You can check the remaining distance or time until the next oil change or next inspection in the Infotainment system.

Applies to MMI: Select on the home screen: VEHICLE > Settings & Service > Service intervals.

Resetting the indicator

An authorized Audi dealer or authorized Audi Service Facility will reset the service interval display after performing service.

If you have changed the oil yourself, you must reset the oil change interval.

Applies to: MMI: To reset the display, select on the home screen: VEHICLE > Settings & Service > Service intervals > Reset oil change interval.

WARNING

Inadequate service, a lack of service, or failing to adhere to the service intervals can result in the vehicle breaking down in traffic, accidents, and serious injuries.

Note

  • Only reset the oil change indicator if the oil was changed.
  • Regular service work on the vehicle is not only beneficial for the sustainable use and retention of the vehicle value, but also for the operational and traffic safety. For this reason, always have service work performed according to the Audi guidelines.
  • Even if the mileage on the vehicle is low, do not exceed the time for the next service.

    Audi is not responsible for damage to the vehicle that occurred due to inadequate service or insufficient part availability

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