If it’s any consolation, a brand new McLaren needs a battery maintainer. So you’d be in good company.For some people the battery drains completely, without reason.
I currently do not have a 12v issue with my ID and 'just charge it up every two months' is not a solution if I did have this issue. No other car I have ever owned has required me to manually charge the battery. If for instance I do start to experience this issue and it cannot be resolved by software, then the car will be rejected.
The steering is definitely a lot heavier in Sport mode than in Comfort. Quite a bit heavier than my eGolf was. I have the 0783 update. Couldn't comment if it's any different to the earlier versions, I made sure mine was updated before I got it.Apparently with the 2.0 update differences are more apparent between drive modes. I too find the steering light esp when comparing to GTE mode from the Golf.
Yeah, I had that, but I turned the car off and on again and it cleared.
I got this today, and it seems once or twice a week at the moment.Oh good, anyone got this airbag warning ? Is there an issue list thread ?
So perhaps the issue is with part of the passenger airbags system which is only active when the passenger seat is occupied? In which case I wouldn't take a passenger until it's sorted. As @cah197 says, the lights are there for a reason, not just to annoy you.It did clear but I wondered if that was because when it occurred my wide was in the car with me, when I resorted she wasn't. It occurred first thing, we drove for 30 minutes, charged, restarted, it occurred again. Cleared later today when I was in the car on my own faffing.
As you say, not stopping me driving the car
Mine occurred without a passenger, so I don’t think it’s that.
If its red then pay attention, if its orange then ignore it, especially if its an ID3How do you know when the airbag warning light is a real fault?
Captions aren’t for ignoring.