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Just for those few people with a Evora 400, if the yellow wrench symbol should show up on your dash, don't despair. Take a can of WD40 preferably with a straw attached and squirt a little on every electrical connector you can get to in your engine bay. Also under your brake pedal and clutch. Also if you haven't done so already, its a good idea to cable tie your mass sensor together as these can work loose. It may look together, but trust me on this, a cable tie works wonders. Having owned many exotic cars, little niggles with the electronics always crop up (don't get me started on Ferrari's).
Just thought I'd share something with you guys.
 

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It's really unfortunate the 400s still suffer from these weird electrical gremlins. At least the engine harness seems less likely to cause them on the S2s.
 

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WD40 in a pinch, i eventually took them apart and used dielectric grease.
Everyone has a can of WD40
 
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