I have already approached the Seat dealer and they want to order the part and fit it regardless at a cost of about £1000 and I am not prepared to go down that route in case it doesn't cure the fault.
This is why I approached you guys for help (twice)!
My local garage had run the diagnosis and attempted a reset but couldn't proceed, because the could not locate where the part was located. They tried asking Seat, who were less than helpful for obvious reasons.
I want to use a second hand part and want to know its location so I can identify it by part number before I buy.
The Bosh Part No is valid as a Duo sensor but comes up as
(8E0 907 637A) for an Audi which is similar to the number to the (J2 907 637G) I quoted for the combi sensor.
You came up with (1J(###) ###-####) . Are you sure that this number is ***** because if you change the 1J to J2 we again come up with a same number except the G which is probably the version number.
Very sorry but I really do need too find where this part is located before I can rate the service.
Do you want me to contact Customer Service and ask them to reassign the question?
Mike I have been a rate the service (please read the above) after customer services said they will prompt you. I am a trusting sole so I am not one of these people who leave negative feedback but if you were in my shoes and were expected to pay twice for the same question on the basis of your answer which in effect was to go to the Seat Dealer. What would you do?
The correct location of the device is my question! and if possible the part number. If I find the part I can read the details and find a replacement.
It is as simple as that! If its need setting up I can take the car to an Auto Electrician.
I think the best thing I can do is contact Customer Service and ask for my money back.