I tried last month when it was in for warranty work....they said some newer models needed a bmu reset under warranty but mine wasn't it so they wouldn't do itjaapv wrote:I would ask your dealer to do so. As the car is still within guaranty, a DIY reset might impact a battery guaranty claim (if any )
You absolute star, perfect timing - thank you.Regulo wrote:On my 2014 4H model, it's next to the glovebox in the door opening. Open the passenger door and look into the car. The manual does say that you shouldn't carry a rear-facing baby seat in the front. So why allow the airbag to be de-activated? Puzzling.