Dash staying on!

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Dash staying on!

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Have you even been out for a drive ( not within the last two days ) and you have removed the key but the dash reilluminated with the miles et al on display?

How did you fix it?

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Fixed it!

There are two fuses in a cluster near the ECU. One fuse is for the immo.

Removed that , gave it a magic rub and reseated all the fuses.

Works perfectly now.

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Result! Good work

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Handy lads, you lot! I tried and failed to fix a neighbour’s lawnmower today. :roll:

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thommo wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:20 pm
Handy lads, you lot! I tried and failed to fix a neighbour’s lawnmower today. :roll:
I have two tools in my tool box.

1) a hammer
2) a bigger hammer for when the other hammer wont fix it

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I applied a socket to a nut securing the mower cutting blade and failed to shift it. I had to tell my single mum neighbour she needed “a new flange”
I await developments 😳

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thommo wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:26 pm
I applied a socket to a nut securing the mower cutting blade and failed to shift it. I had to tell my single mum neighbour she needed “a new flange”
I await developments 😳
Snigger.

I bet that was fun.

Flange is such a brilliant word.

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Almost as good as “ moist”

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