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Hi everyone,

yesterday I tried to start my car after I parked it for a whole day, but didn't start. So I checked the fuse box under the bonnet one by one (not all at once) and refitted each one after I found it fine. and when I tried to start the car again, once I inserted the key into the ignition and turned it it (not all the way). crazy things started to happen:
- the head light turned on.
- the wipers turned on.
- the center lock unlocked.
- the radiator fan tuned on though the car was cold, and wouldn't stop even after removing the key.
- the key buttons now are not working.
- every thing on the screen turned into french and even if I rest the whole thing once I remove the key it would go back to french.

It worked afterwords, apparently because it was parked uphill :confused: :nono:

Please help.

Regards,
Will
 

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I recon the BSI is kinda confused :confused:... (maybe due to pulling out fuses)

Go through the reset procedure.

The fail to start could be (but not limited to) air getting into the fuel system

Diesel ?
 

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Petrol actually, the problem with starting the engine was parking uphill with low fuel it couldn't reach the pump. Now it's working but I need to fix this electrical madness.
 

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From this fine forum ...

2. Put the driver’s window down, lift the bonnet and ensure all
equipment is switched off.
3. Ensure all doors are closed and remove key from the
ignition.
4. Wait for 3 minutes, disconnect the vehicle battery and wait
15 seconds.
5. Reconnect the vehicle battery, wait a further 10 seconds (do
not open doors.)
6. Switch on the side lights through the driver's window.
7. Switch on the ignition and check system’s functionality.
8. Hold lock button on key down for 10 seconds.
9.remove key open & close door test c entral locking system
10. Start the engine and complete the system’s check.
Failure to follow this procedure could result in incorrect operation of many
BSI related items.
 

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Thank you Dave it was the BSI as you said, it was confused.

a circuit was fried and I was recommended to replace the whole thing, which costly and will require to transport all codes from the old one.

but a talented technician fixed that circuit and it is working just as before.:thumb:
 
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