E-DIFF and Driving mode switch Failure
new to the forum.
I recently purchased a 2006 F430 from a dealer. It has powertrain coverage until March 2014. Drives beautiful. Has 15K miles approx.
I did two test drives with the dealer. No problems.
I drove the car home from the dealership. I drove it on automatic and literally drove it gingerly as this is my first one (didn't hit any bumps or anything and never went over 60mph if that).
Anyways, two warnings came up. "E-DIFF" and also the "Driving mode Switch Failure". What does this mean? Is it safe to drive it still? How much will this cost to fix and is it covered by the Power Train Warranty?