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Old Feb 14th, 2019, 21:26   #11
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A good dealer would have made sure all the software was up to date before selling a used car.
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Old Feb 14th, 2019, 22:38   #12
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Thanks Volvolover, I knew I'd read it somewhere, by the way I'm a 'he'.

I've now found the actual wording which was included in the software update schedule from Nov/Dec 2018, it reads:

Update of adjustments of lumbar and side supports that are set and saved in a driver profile. The supports are adjusted, as before, when the door is unlocked with a key connected to the profile, with the addition that they will be adjusted again when the car is turned on to take into account the actual pressure that occurred when the driver sat down in the driver's seat.

So that should partly answer the OP's question!

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A good dealer would have made sure all the software was up to date before selling a used car.
Perhaps they did. Lumbar is still bloody possessed!
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Old Feb 15th, 2019, 14:36   #14
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I'm going to factory reset the whole system. See if that cures the bug...
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Old Feb 15th, 2019, 15:23   #15
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Did the full factory reset. Hasn't cured it...

After reading another thread I am certain that I have the latest version of Sensus software as I can save and rename Driver Profiles...

From what I have been reading these bugs do have a habit of building up until eventually a software update may cure them. Do I book it back into the dealers - will they be able to actually do anything...?
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I’ve got the exact same problem and reported this as my car is in the second service today. (£450 for service ouch!)

I was told there’s a software update so hopefully that fixes it.
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Quick update - the Lumbar poltergeist appears to have been exorcised... Not currently moving by itself. Odd!
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After reading another thread I am certain that I have the latest version of Sensus software as I can save and rename Driver Profiles...
I could do this as well before but there was still a software update for the car.

One thing I notice after update is the lumber inflates itself when i first get in the car then deflates quickly after.
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Old Feb 19th, 2019, 12:05   #19
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One thing I notice after update is the lumber inflates itself when i first get in the car then deflates quickly after.
Exactly! see my previous post at #9
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