159 Cruiser and
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: United Kingdom
I would take it for a long drive and charge up the battery, in the first instance, random warnings on start up are usually attributed to a low battery (standing about at the dealers, with lots of starts and short drives in cold weather is usually a battery killer), or a dying battery.
You'll probably want to take it on a nice long motorway run in 5th gear (20-30mins), in order to do a DPF regen (again, lots of short cold drives will fill it up) too (you'll notice the MPG drop 10-15mpg, and the turbo gauge drop like a stone when you take your foot of the accelerator, regen takes 10mins).
Only after this (and a battery voltage check) would I start worrying if the warning lights came on.
So go out and enjoy the car.
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