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Old 14th February 2016, 13:00   #1
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hi
can anyone recommend a good Diagnostic scanner to buy as ive got a airbag light on and been to 3 places now and they cant do it as they not got rover on there machines . im sure its the drivers seat playing up but want to be shure before i start messing about .
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Old 14th February 2016, 13:10   #2
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Les,

You are so lucky to have the T4 Guru Phil Davies (Phil-T4) who operates out of Milton Keynes. He will sort your problem out.

Contact details below.

MGR T4 Services

Virtual T4 now for sale - Email me for details
Servicing and Repairs Available,
Diesel Tune upgrades,
ZCS Coding, Keys Supplied and Programmed,
Electrical problems sorted.


Telephone 07538 738070 or email t4.testbook@gmail.com

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This is more most commonly reported error message and is most often due to the poor quality wiring connectors under the front seat/seats. It can be diagnosed by T4, but in 9 cases from 10 can be fixed by giving the connectors a pull and push. Maybe tie a mini zip tie around them to reduce slippage. There's lots of info around the forum on doing this. Some say disconnect the battery first, but I never have.

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Our tool will do the airbag ECUs on 75s. We don't yet cover the entire car but coverage is slowly increasing.

The tool needs a Windows, Linux or Mac OSX laptop to make it work, but it doesn't need to be particularly new or powerful.

Other tools are also available.....

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