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I gave the car to a guy from ChipsAway as I got a few nasty scratches over night, he finished the job but got a "bonnet open" error before he brought it back.

He then disconnected the battery hoping the sensor will restart.

Now, the question is, will this battery disconnection impact anything at all, is there anything I will have to check to make sure everything is working properly?

I mean, yeah, the clock had to be fixed but that wasn't a problem. I am just not aware of anything else hence the silly question.
 

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Clock and sometimes electric windows usually need reset. Nothing else.
 

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As XZ4 said 👍
 

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Possibly the Panoramic roof blind needs to be reset after the battery is disconnected (that is if you've got a pano roof)
 

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...He then disconnected the battery hoping the sensor will restart.
Did this work?
I had this when I first bought my Evoque. I adjusted my bonnet so it closed a bit more closely by twisting the rubber 'bungs' half a turn or so which did the trick. The sensor is quite sensitive.
 

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Did this work?
I had this when I first bought my Evoque. I adjusted my bonnet so it closed a bit more closely by twisting the rubber 'bungs' half a turn or so which did the trick. The sensor is quite sensitive.
No, it didn't. I will have to go downstairs and find a solution as my car is locked with the key.
 
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