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Discussion in 'Readers Rides (SEAT)' started by niallain, Jul 5, 2017.
Brilliant, thank you mate!
Got some new tyres fitted to the front last week
2x Goodyear EfficientGrip Performance 225/40 R18 W (92)
Annoying as I now seem to have a very slow puncture in one of my rear tyres. Can't spot anything in the tyre but if it is punctured I'm hoping it's in a place where it can be patched.
Just fitted my RLHS sensor and automatic light switch (total cost £93.65) and now have automatic lights and wipers!
Would failing to acknowledge this error code restrict the Traffic TMC from working correctly?
Don't think the error restricts any functionality, just an error to warn that the software hasn't been upgraded "officially"
Any idea why my TMC Traffic Alerts may have failed since I upgraded a few weeks ago?
Not a clue.
I find the traffic thing to be completely useless anyway.
Turns out I did have a very slow puncture in one of my rear tyres. Lost 12psi in a week and still drove over 500 miles before the light came on, at least it was in an easy place to get it patched.
Took it for its 2nd MOT this morning, flew through without any issues.
Hello mate, any pictures where you routed the wire for the sensor for the auto lights?
I didn't get the switch with the sensor attached, I got a genuine auto switch and genuine RLHS sensor that sits behind the rear view mirror. Made a few coding changes to get it working.
I picked up my car 1 year ago today!
In that time I've added 15,849 miles and spent a fair amount of money.
Maintenance - £758.23
Modifications - £1,392.03 (includes private number plate)
General (Insurance/Breakdown/Tax) - £1,871.79
Fuel - Approx £1,650
Plans for a remap have been delayed as I'm in the process of buying a house. Maybe on it's 2nd birthday