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So the switch appears to be on Permanently.

I change the switch for another used button… same thing. Light on the button regardless.

Nano says no faults with EAS. It also confirms the locking button is activated.
I can’t seem to find anything on the Nano to change to deactivate.

Any idea troops?

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Sounds like a wiring issue, ie. if not the switch then may also be at the EAS ECU (as the C117 connector can be vulnerable to damage as it is under the passenger seat) ?: Read this and note PIN 15 !
https://rswsolutions.com/index.php/p38a-eas-system/180-p38a-eas-electronic-control-unit

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Thanks for the link. I’ll take a look at the wiring.

Surprised the Nano doesn’t have an option to override. :-(

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Yes, the Nano is highly versatile but even it has limits !

https://www.nanocom-diagnostics.com/uploads/downloads/P-38-%20Lucas%20EAS%20ECU%20Guide.pdf

  • Normally with INHIBIT selected there should be an eth. on Pin15 (C117), originating from a 'Common' on Pin 29.