Let us know how you get on Tankie. The other thing to try might be to check in the book. It's possible to disable the interior sensors. This allows you to alarm the car but, for example, leave a dog in the vehicle. By setting the alarm with these sensors disabled, at least you'll be able to determine if that's causing the fault
When you are driving your eyes see the swinging movement of anything hanging from the mirror and after a while your brain gets used to it and you do not see it.
I'm curious. Does this also apply to a display that keeps alternating between two different messages and colours?
This is the case with the dash on the Laguna when you have cruise or the limiter enabled, and the car wishes to impart some other information to you (low fuel being the most common.) I find it incredibly distracting, to the point where I had to reset the service indicator myself when the 9000 mile
change was due because I couldn't have driven all the way back from Brighton with that display alternating between the white 'cruise' message and the red 'change
I suppose I could have driven back without cruise control, but that kind of defeats the object of having it in the first place.
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Thanks All, I called the dealers yesterday and they said it was probably a bit oversensitive, so they said they will check it out on Monday and at the same time do the recall job on the rear seatbelts.
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