Think I,ll try supplier next time im near them . I don,t think the radio would flatten the battery in 10-20 minutes though .hb
I think the time period is 30 minutes, but once Eco mode turns on, you have to start the car to reset it, but I think I read somewhere that if you leave it running for 5 minutes, it then gives you ten minutes before the Eco Mode activates again
This means that the engine has to be running for at least 15 minutes for it to reach the 30 minute limit again
09-05-2014, 06:32 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-05-2014, 06:35 PM by Vejlstrup.)
I'm pretty sure that it can be programmed via Lexia to a "dealer setting" where the economy mode is inactive. This setting is used when a new car is on display at the dealership.
Unfortunately, I can't remember the exact name of the setting.
It was possible to change this setting on my trusty 406, so it wouldn't make sense if the Berlingo couldn't do the trick.