Reply from Marc suggested I should see fault code FD87 - Which I don't
After carrying out a full Global test and willing to ignore most of the faults as I could explain them awayGiveMeABreak wrote: ↑20 May 2023, 13:48 You need to check if you have this fault code coming up Stu: FD87. If so, it's a replacement of the Independent Telematic Unit. If not, a solid orange light means the internal telematic unit battery needs replacing. If it's only a temporary flash, it may mean the battery is getting weaker and not holding as much charge.
Expert /Global test /Node 3 /Standard parameter measurement /Condition of the back-up battery
- Communication time available (emergency call) - More than 15 minutes - Is this low? or is it because I had the engine running and it charged up a bit?
In Marcs earlier post he said I should expect fault code FD87, however, I've got a FD80 code which has probably got something to the battery.
So is this the correct part (6579KT)?... @ £60-£125 - Ouch
Bit peeved, as this will never be used after the December!