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Doh! Wikkid Lowrider Again...

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While I'm slaving away indoors :angry: Jonathan's been outside wiring the EDIS power supply up. He's done a nice tidy job with a relay off the immobilised, ignition switched circuitry on the steering column, run the main power cables through a couple of fuse holders and thought it was all done and dusted. Hooked the battery back up and, with a couple of doors open, the EAS dropped onto the stops :huh:

Everything else is working and the EAS isn't displaying a fault, but it doesn't want to come out to play...

Any ideas? It isn't playing by the book at all this time...

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