I saw one in a new Veloce in a showroom. I bought mine from Alfaworkshop. It wasn't listed on the site but I emailed them and they gave me the parts numbers and provided them.Looks great, if you don't mind me asking where did you get that from as I like the look,of that. Very tidy....
I have a setting in the menu that allows me to turn the feature on and off, don't all Giulias have it?
Sadly no! The earlier cars can't disable the Easy Entry. You have to have a certain version of the firmware (v9 I think) that controls the seat. I enabled the menu entry in the Infotainment using MES but the setting did nothing unfortunately.I've managed to stop Easy Entry working!! No more crushed legs for passengers.
Had to run a seat calibration in MES and then abort it before it finished. That's confused it enough so it won't move the seat back!
Which connectors were corroded? And what ended up being replaced? Getting concerned now.Sodden looms around the front wheel wells. Now that cost me over 2k to sort as corroded connectors caused a battery drain and the water ran into the steering rack. Seal em up nice!
If you get a chance to take some photos of how they've sealed them, that would be great. I guess some sort of non conductive sealant, not silicone I assume.Dealer say they seal up the connectors to avoid future issues. I do plan to get in there and ID the loom section at some point.
I repaired. They're so expensive for what they are (£200+ each).how did you repair it, please? Or do you mean replace with new ones? Thanks