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niggling annoyances

Is it possible to set the sat nav in my Lag to automatically show the map on startup, rather than the notice about reading the instuction manual and highway code? Also when i start the car, the rear tyre sensor warns me that the pressure is low and the warning light on the dashboard flashes along with the service light (not due a service for 17000 miles). However the lights reset themselves as does the tyre sensor after about 5 minutes, is this as easy as reseting the ecu or is it moe dificult?

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I don't think there's anything you can do with the sat-nav. A lot of earlier ones make you (supposedly read and) click through this warning every time so that if you do something stupid, you can't blame errors in the sat-nav disc. In other words, if you drive the wrong way up a one-way street because it tells you to, it's your fault not the sat-nav's.

As for the tyre pressures - have you manually checked them lately? It could be that one of them is a bit low, and is just low enough to trigger the warning when cold. As the tyre warms up through driving, the air pressure inside increases and the warning goes away. It's quite common with the Lag II sensors, especially at this time of year.
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