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Old November 28th 03, 06:18 AM posted to uk.rec.motorcaravans
Chris Leat
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Default Duetto question

I am taking delivery of a 1998 Autosleepers Duetto (Ford Transit 2.5l
diesel (non-turbo) next Saturday and could any other owners just clear
up a point about the instrument panel. (This one has a rev. counter
the same size as the speedo).

Which warning lights should come on when I turn on the ignition ?

This one had 2, the low oil pressure warning light and the battery
charge warning light.

Should there have been any more ? Engine management warning light,
glow plug light (it was cold) handbrake warning light ? or have
autosleepers chosen a very base model Transit ?

Another thing, how do you turn off the cab and sliding door courtesy
light to save the battery. The switch on top of the sliding door light
just seems to turn them all on permanently ?

Thanks in advance
Chris Leat
Nottingham
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