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Help...for a month now we have had warning lights suddenly coming on and then going out either after a few minutes or after switching engine off for twentyinutes and then starting.
Started with lights for traction control, abs, lights, steering, etc coming on. Called out RAC...codes said was abs sensor. Sensor replaced. Now the oil coolant warning light is randomly coming on and off yet fan and coolant levels are fine
We drive a 2.0 Lt diesel 2016 4 X 4 model


Any ideas most welcome....
 

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What is the battery resting voltage?
 

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Don't know...it's going into dealer again tomorrow. RAC guy checked battery and said it was fine. Plugged in his computer and codes pointed to abs sensor but his but said ECU fault. Dealer went with changing abs sensor
 

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I posted this a couple of weeks back. Going in for sensor this week.

Exactly my issue (x2).
Six orange lights. On motorway, so more than a tad alarming.
AA reviewed fault codes and advised primary cause ABS Sensor failure NSR and other lights cascade from it, although they may be false warnings. Advised safe to drive, a few miles later lights went out, then next day, came back on, then off.
Dealership had car for a day and took NSR off, checked and cleaned everything re sensor, including tracking back wiring under rear carpet in case of cross wiring and it was actually OSR problem. It wasn't.
Four hundred miles and two months later, 6 lights suddenly on again. SWMBO photographed dashboard evidence
(M4 60mph). Over next two days, lights off, on and then remained off.
Back in dealership again, showed images, codes analysed, again primary cause NSR ABS sensor.
Dealer's technical specialist (electrics) advised that there was a further SKODA ABS testing protocol to follow in order to determine whether SKODA UK would accept sensor replacement under warranty claim. Test confirmed replacement OK under warranty. Provisional booking made and new sensor ordered.

(Intermittent warnings an issue (1) to confirm driving safety (2) if ABS light was showing at next MOT - genuine fault or just a gremlin - car would fail test)


I'm also having various new Amunsden2 issues investigated at same time (posted about this last week)
 

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Sparky, do you have tyre pressure monitoring? If you do that works off the abs sensors and would also be acting up if the sensor was faulty.
 

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Welcome Sparky to this excellent forum - sorry we didn't respond earlier with our welcome.
 
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