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Old 13-03-14, 10:57 PM   #1
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2006 SW model with 2007 facelift. I have replaced the sensor in the door mirror but there is absolutely no temp display. Do I need to activate this in some way and if so how?
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You need to activate it on pp or diagbox, look who's closest to you n ask them if they can do the test or sort it for you. Craig


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A please and thank you and maybe an introduction would be nice though.
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I just replaced mine as it was giving my a incorrect reading , no need for planet for me
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Hi Craig thanks very much for reply. I just picked it up. I live in NZ about 80Km north of Wellington, so any idea about how I can track down an individual, rather than dealer, who has access to pp?
I see that pp can be downloaded from torrents, but am suspicious of this.
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Hi Sharpie - I've replaced unit in mirror - still no display.
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Did you have a reading/temp display before replacing?

Break in wiring perhaps?
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The temperature wasn't displaying on my nieces 207 when she bought it. It was deactivated with planet because the sensor was faulty
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No - there was nothing, so I guessed the sensor was faulty expecting the display to happen straight away - wrong!
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