Haven't we decided that unless the maps are registered to the car by the dealer putting anything else on is useless?
If so it would seem the only way you are going to get SatNav back is to go to your dealer and open your wallet to buy the latest version :cry:
Don't know for sure, but I wonder if it maybe something to do with the "choke" (in)action. that might differ between a normal "cold" start and a "stop/start" start.
TBH I've never noticed it, just always assumed if there is any bogging down its due to me and my driving skills
Not according to my dealer!! Having read all about updates I thought i would go to them as a "thicko" and see what happened.
I bought the updated maps V5 (I have V3) for £125 inc VAT. Just plug the card in they said!
When it arrived I opened the box and the instructions said "must be fitted...
Being a bit of a cynic, I'm guessing Seat assume you will take your car to them for servicing and the requirements are on their service sheets, so why should they bother to list them all in a book. It also probably allows them to vary the requirements if needs must.
I've got a feeling they are not very good sorting out their website.
Just looked and found the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 225/40 R18 Y (92 XL) at £83.84 and also £101.49!!
Maybe one to keep an eye on.
<EDIT> Sorry Dan, see you spotted this already!
There have been a few posts about electrical glitches that seem to correct themselves when reset. This may have to be added to them.
Could be an external factor (dampness?) or a weakness in the electrics. If it was a computer the "if all else fails.." route is often taken. Since cars...
I'm guessing by the wording it follows the vehicle, but if you have it serviced by Seat in the next 2 years (or as many years as you do it) you get it anyway.
You could phone the customer care 0500 222 222 for a definitive answer if nobody else provides it.
............... and based upon what's gone on before make sure THEY fit it and check it works. If it doesn't don't allow them off the hook to making it work.
As was stated they appear to have to be paired with the vehicle, and as yet nobody (including apparently many dealers doing it for the...
What a load of b*ll*cks :redface:
Drove the car today, first time for a couple of weeks, and the "O" is there!!!!!
I'm sure I read somewhere that there is another button setting to do the mirror down, but maybe not. I'll get my coat, and leave this thread :doh:
I'm one of the MY13 that doesn't have it.
One thought, in the posts above one or two have mentioned a position "O". Is this between L and R? If so that's missing on mine, which would indicate its the door module that is different.
No. My spare came with all the styro (?) packing for the tools, so it fits completely in the well in place of the repair kit packing.
If you are willing to do without the foam and do some re-packing it might work, but my plan is whenever car is sold to refit the emergency kit (who bothers...
The fixed scheme also adds 12months to the 10K. Mine was set to variable, but because I bought a maintenance deal, they changed the software to fixed. I'm wondering if I made the right choice, especially since mileage is reducing following my change of the other car.