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When 206 goes over 40mph, the hard lights activate automatically, and have to be repeatedly stopped by the hazard light switch on the dashboard?

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  • stubbsy2009 Aug 02, 2009

    how do i check configuration?

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You need to get some one to plug in a diagnostic machine and check the bsi for faults if there are no faults present then need to check the configuration to see if it has the option overspeed warning been configured

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