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just had this come on during drive home, manual is useless, can anybody tell me what it means?

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It means that the outside temperature has fallen to 3 deg C. There is a risk of ice on the road. If you press the r/h button on the dash it will take the warning off but leave the triange on. To get rid of that you have to press and hold the r/h button but you have to do it the first time or it will stay on.

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Good tip, mines been going crazy between 3-4 degrees and I didn't realise it could be stopped after the initial warning!

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Think it was just 4.3s around the first year of production where the warning had to be reset. For others I'm fairly certain you just get the warning once for a few seconds per ignition cycle, if applicable.

Think Mr T. quickly realised it was an annoyance and changed the instrument pack software

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Good tip, mines been going crazy between 3-4 degrees and I didn't realise it could be stopped after the initial warning!

Only when its lit Blue. If its flashing between 3 and 4 degrees you have to catch it quick while its on!

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cheers guys,

thought i'd broken something!

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Good tip, mines been going crazy between 3-4 degrees and I didn't realise it could be stopped after the initial warning!

Only when its lit Blue. If its flashing between 3 and 4 degrees you have to catch it quick while its on!

It's been hovering around 3/4 degrees for weeks up here, so annying this warning, good in principle but once per journey is enough! Currently -5 outside so shouldnt be an issue for the next day or two.

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Good tip, mines been going crazy between 3-4 degrees and I didn't realise it could be stopped after the initial warning!

Only when its lit Blue. If its flashing between 3 and 4 degrees you have to catch it quick while its on!

It's been hovering around 3/4 degrees for weeks up here, so annying this warning, good in principle but once per journey is enough! Currently -5 outside so shouldnt be an issue for the next day or two.

stop boasting

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