Hello again - thank you for your reply..
You need to check if the FIAT garage ran any tests on the system - and check the software etc...
If they have - that would rule out any control module faults..and that then would only leave either
button faults - or wiring /connections to them - which needs to be checked first before having buttons etc replaced.
FIAT are the ones that have the diagnostic equipment to test this system - so as long as they have run the proper tests...and tried re setting / re booting the system - then that , as above, is all thats left to go wrong..
I have to say its not unheard of for the modules to fail ( unit )....but they should do all the above first
I would also be asking them why this isn't being covered by warranty...Even if the warranty has expired - I would be telling them that you want Fiat Hq involved....with a view to recompense for costs...as the system , whatever is actually found to be at fault in the end, should last longer than it has..I Sincerely hope I have helped you - but do ask me if you need anything more..
Kind Rgds, MIKE
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