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Oil Reset Procedure: Audi S6 2009-2018

Oil Reset Procedure Audi S6 2009-2018

Oil Reset Procedure for Audi S6 2009-2018


Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Audi S6 for the year 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.



Audi S6 Oil Reset procedure for the year 2009-2015

1. Start engine.
2. Press the CAR button to access the service menu.
3. Select CAR SYSTEMS.
5. Select RESET OIL INTERVAL and confirm.
6. Turn off ignition.


Audi S6 Oil Reset procedure for the year 2012-2018

1. Turn ignition switch to ON position but do not start the engine
If your vehicle has an ignition button, press the START-STOP ENGINE button without touching the brake pedal.

2. Press the CAR button on the MMI controls to access the main menu
The button is located on the center console

Use the MMI control button to enter the menu

4. Select “SERVICE & CHECKS”
Use the MMI control button to enter the menu

5. Scroll down and select “SERVICE INTERVAL”
Use the MMI control button to enter the menu

6. Scroll down and select RESET OIL CHANGE INTERVAL
Use the MMI control button to enter the menu

7. When a message appears on the display, select YES to confirm



About Audi S6

In the early and mid-1990s, Audi was restructuring their model lineup, and in late 1994, they began selling the fifth generation (C4) Audi 100 model, rebadged as the Audi A6. To keep a sports saloon in their lineup, Audi made minor changes to the Audi S4, renaming it the Audi S6; the S4 name would later be re-used for a completely different model derived from Audi’s smaller Volkswagen Group B platform-based Audi A4. Because it was Audi’s first S6 model, it is sometimes referred to as the Ur-S6, a term derived from the German augmentive “Ursprünglich” (meaning: original).

It was available to European and American customers as a saloon/sedan (typ 4A5) and a “Avant” (typ 4A9) (estate/wagon), but only as a saloon in Canada, Asia, and Australia. Audi’s signature “procon-ten” safety system was standard.

Since its introduction in late 1994, the Audi S6 has been powered by a 2,226 cubic centimetres (135.8 cu in) turbocharged inline five-cylinder petrol engine (parts code prefix: 034, identification code: AAN) with a Bosch Motronic electronic engine control unit (ECU), producing a motive power output of 169 kW (230 PS; 227 bhp) at 5,900 rpm and 326 Nm (240 lbfft This engine gave the S6 a top speed of 235 km/h (146.0 mph), a 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) time of 6.7 seconds, and a top speed of 160 km/h (99.4 mph) time of 17.5 seconds.

The vehicle was available with a standard six-speed manual transmission (five-speed only in North America) as well as a four-plus-one-speed automatic transmission (the fifth “gear” called a ‘lockup’ gear, which reduced RPM by 400 at highway speed with cruise control on) and Audi’s dynamic Torsen T-1 quattro permanent four-wheel drive system.

Audi offered a high-performance, 4.2-litre V8 engine (parts code prefix: 077, identification code: AEC) with a Bosch Motronic ECU as an option in the original European S4s, and decided to do so again with the S6, offering a 213 kW (290 PS; 286 bhp) version of the 4.2 as an optional upgrade over the 2.2-litre inline five-cylinder turbo. Unlike the five-cylinder turbocharged version, the V8-powered S6 came standard with a four-plus-one-speed automatic transmission, but retained the quattro four-wheel drive system. A six-speed manual transmission was also an option.

The C4’s braking system featured radially ventilated disc brakes in the front and rear, with 314 mm (12.4 in) diameter by 30 mm (1.18 in) thick discs, two-piston floating Girling calipers bearing the interlocking four-ringed Audi logo, and four individual pads per caliper up front, and 269 mm (10.6 in) by 20 mm (0.79 in) discs with Lucas single-piston sliding calipers A Bosch Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with EDS was also included as standard.

712Jx16 “Avus” cast aluminum alloy wheels with 205/55 R16 tyres were standard. An optional 712Jx16 five-arm alloy wheel with 205/55 R16 tyres, an 8Jx16 five double-spoke alloy, and an 8Jx17 10-spoke alloys “Bolero” with 225/45 R17 tyres were also available.

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