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Hi,

First post and i'm after some advice... sorry. My father and I got home last night after a good few hundred mile thrash with the new car on the drive. It's a 2003 spyder CC with 5000 miles on the clock, she an absolute peach!

After an evening drive before bed the engine warning light came on. Now I've just started her up after her first night ever of being outside and the exhaust was leaking lots of water at the jubilee clip before the rear exhaust box, wouldn't really call it a silencer! Anyway I got on my hands and knees to tighten them up and I noticed a lovely little mini plate on each exhaust with a serial number and tubi written on it.

Is this likely to be the cause of the light and if so after after several starts will the fault be cleared on the obd.

Many thanks

Matt
 

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Hello, thanks for the reply. We checked the cap as I did some searching last night and the plastic where it joins to the beautiful alloy for the cap had come adrift. We popped it back together with a smear of vasalene and it's fixed that.

It's been started many times to try and clear the fault code but that hasn't worked. Will disconnecting the battery clear the code, or would it cause further problems.

The nearest garage is 90 miles away and autozones don't seem to exist in the uk.

Once again thanks.
 
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