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    Wow that's some gremlin you've got. Sadly I've never heard of those issues before. If it's under warranty get it looked at.



    Oh and welcome to the forum

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    Wow that's some gremlin you've got. Sadly I've never heard of those issues before. If it's under warranty get it looked at.



    Oh and welcome to the forum

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      The thread will stay on New Content page as long as it's being posted on. Never heard of these issues either. Particularly in relation to the seatbelt.

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        The thread will stay on New Content page as long as it's being posted on. Never heard of these issues either. Particularly in relation to the seatbelt.

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          Darrenl, on 17 April 2014 - 05:39 PM, said:
          Very strange best bet is to get error codes read, hopefully there are some errors that may give a clue.



          Only thing I can think of is disconnect the battery for a while, then reconnect.



          Completely agree, disconnect battery for 15 minutes, then reconnnect and see if the issues go away.



          After that get error codes read.

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            Darrenl, on 17 April 2014 - 05:39 PM, said:
            Very strange best bet is to get error codes read, hopefully there are some errors that may give a clue.



            Only thing I can think of is disconnect the battery for a while, then reconnect.



            Completely agree, disconnect battery for 15 minutes, then reconnnect and see if the issues go away.



            After that get error codes read.

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