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Pete's got a light on the Dash - it wasn't there before

Pete is a real MX5/Roadster enthusiast and as such owns all version of the car. He's also incredibly unlucky with his cars which suffer from just about every ailment we have come across (and a few we haven't - yet). With your help we can keep all his cars on the road and the smile on his face so please come in and see if you can help.

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Pete's got a light on the Dash - it wasn't there before

Postby MrChrome » Sun Oct 14, 2012 12:32 pm

Pete's just been out in the car and a new warning light has come on.

He's looked it up in the book and is really worried. It says something about Heat and the CAT and the car's due for MOT next week!

Any ideas?
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Re: Pete's got a light on the Dash - it wasn't there before

Postby flea » Sun Oct 14, 2012 7:53 pm

Its the cat heat sensor. Tell him not to worry just undo the connector on the side of the cat & tuck it up out of the way. It wont affect his MOT
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Re: Pete's got a light on the Dash - it wasn't there before

Postby MrChrome » Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:28 am

Just checked with Pete and he's done what you suggested and the light is gone.....

Thank you
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