I like doing stuff myself even though I am not expert. Haven't decided yet with the main fuze. Part of it was because I could not find it In Norway we have the driving seat on the left so it might be on the right side I suppose. Did not look to closely as I was heading out.It is frowned upon by a lot of people on some forums , especially by people who think whenever you have these messages come up that the first thing you should do is take it (or get it towed) to a main dealer for further investigation - also it could be a thing that breaks warrant offered (if the find out you have done it/removed it 😉)
you can see where some forums are coming from , they dont want members to say "you told me to do this and now the car is worse and its properly broke my car now!" - or angry at the forum member for suggesting such a thing. Thats why you most probably dont find much information , plus a lot of end users may be frightened of trying something outside the box too. - i dont blame people. My wife has a Renault Clio mk4 , I have a Zoe - for the past year I have been programming and enabling stuff on her car. I am aware that things can go wrong .. I am also aware that if something has gone wrong I only have myself to blame and I know I would have to put it right. No-one holds a gun to my head and forces me to do stuff or attempt to repair it - if I feel brave I do it. If it cures faults or enables something that wasnt enabled before and saves me having to leave it back to the main dealer i will try it first. If it works then its win win and saved me money and if it goes wrong next time I might have a fair idea what the problem is and where to go straight to it and if someone else having a similar problem can give any advice I can to them if I can to help them out .
But I also understand a lot of people are not as brave/wreckless/foolish as me and its out of their depth or want to go to a main dealer to get it looked at instead of trying to tackle it themselves and possibly making matters worse.
So , yes where was I? , yes a lot of the reasons you dont find too much on the internet is because (officially) there is not a lot the end user can do (is supposed to do) on their cars these days (especially with these ECU's fitted in cars) and that a lot of the time you are required to take your car to the garage/main dealer and have it hooked up to a machine to diagnose anything these days.
I "like" tampering and my guarantee is expired so I don't mind any comments etc.. as long as I don't risk completely ruining the car. Shouldn't think so as it is a fuze and mechanics turn it off as part of their job. Or am I missing some vital car risk her (beside the risk of serious personal injury!)