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Old 05-02-13, 01:18 PM   #1
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This is a bit of a pain my mother in law adjusted the drivers seat in her 107 and ever since the warning light stays on , it looks fine under the seat no trapped wires etc so is there a way to reset the light???


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I'd be inclined to get it checked out with Planet to see what the ecu is reporting as the fault.
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I've heard conflicting stories in that the light should go off when the fault is fixed, but others have said it needs to be cleared in Planet.

If it doesn't go off after a few drives then its probably still faulty.
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Airbag light will go off when fixed ,

ABS light might need turned off when fixed if it doesn't go out after a few cycles,

These are my experiences


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Swollocks is correct, will go out when fixed. A more unusual fault one 107 but not the first I've encountered. Wiring and connectors 'looking' fine doesn't cut it and the fault, almost certainly related to the connector, will require rectification before the wally light will reset.

Unless youse well acquainted with the 107 I'd advise leaving it well alone - attempts to be clever and try and save a few quid have been known to cost a fortune to sort.
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Sorry for the delay in responding thanks all for the advice still isn't fixed but she'll need to get the finger out mot due soon and she'll need an indicator unit it's cancelling out when you turn right and jumping straight to indicating right lol


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You can fix the indicator problem with some sponge.
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You can fix the indicator problem with some sponge.
I sorted mine out with a piece cut from one of those 'non slip dashboard mats' Works a treat and blends in quite nicely
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Old 08-08-13, 10:17 PM   #9
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Turns out the airbag ecu is fried replacement ordered indicator fixed next mot the little pug lol


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