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I have reviewed past discussions but was unable to locate the specific process. Multiple negative responses. There are no features such as assisted braking, stability control, and others.
need I go directly to the garage, or are there any preliminary tasks I need do first, please?
Despairing woman. The 2014 Evoque I believe it is at the highest end of the spectrum. Only 40,000 kilometres.

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Appreciation is extended. I lack an extended warranty and reside in a really remote area. Fortunately, the nearby garage will service and pickup it. The noise I heard when reversing up an incline suggests that the issue may be with the rear wheel on the non-driver's side. I am curious to know whether this is an insurance claim or if you are looking for an estimated cost.

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This year, I purchased a high-quality rear sensor for my 2013 vehicle at a cost of £50. Installation may be completed in less than one hour.
Simply instruct the garage to verify the item number, since there are several sensors available depending on the specific model and equipment.

This task should be affordable and any skilled mechanic can do it; there is no need for an expert.

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Indeed, the speedometer was no longer functioning and I also experienced the absence of power steering. It seems that the whole **** lot is affected. Thank you for suggesting that it can be simply resolved.

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Many systems depend on just one or two sensors, so if one of them fails, all the systems that rely on it will generate alerts, which may be rather alarming. I am aware that when many warning lights illuminate simultaneously, it is quite unlikely that all of those components have malfunctioned simultaneously. Therefore, I would speculate that the issue is with the rear driver's side wheel speed/ABS sensor.

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