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Stranger things have happened. I remember a thread on the Picasso forum where an owner had simiar "electrical problems" - it turned out they always occured at roughtly the same area - again this was near an airfield. Can't remeber what the outcome was but just goes to show that the earth/screen isn't good enough to shield out RF type interference on some cars - again this may be due to "dirty/corroded" connections.

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Mentioned it because a mate's new range rover kept going electronically loopy, towed back to dealers several times in the first couple ofweeks. He stopped parking it beside the Air Traffic Control aerial and hey - no more problems. Also known a few other vehicles unhappy if you transmit VHF from them (my rovers fuel computer really didn't like it).
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Originally Posted by Chris Brown View Post
Thanks for the advice, a very strange thing has happened. After showing this warning all week I went along the same stretch of road again and the fault cleared itself at exactly the same spot in the road where it first occured!

Check whether there were overhead or under road electricity power lines.

My tyre pressure sensors also go wrong (missing tyre) consistently in the same places and there are always power lines nearby.

You can reset the missing tyre by removing fuse 2 for a couple of seconds and then putting it back. Unfortunately, it goes missing again when I drive under/over the power lines....
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