Thanks! Charged the battery to full power. Still no change. Fluid levels look good.Agree with battery comments, car goes wonky with low battery; keep it on a trickle charger at all times, replace early before it dies. Not that expensive of a fix (assume this is it). Battery or fluid levels is my bet to fix this. Also have rode with it up, no issue. Best case is to raise and lower without turning at same time given it all works off same system
I've taken it to a few local import auto garages, and no one can get their code reader to work on it, for whatever reason. They mostly specialize in Audi, BMW, etc. and haven't really ever worked on a Lambo, so maybe it's better off that I just send it to the pros. I have it scheduled for pick-up by Lamborghini Atlanta this week. Definitely not the outcome I hoped for one week after finally getting my dream car.Take it for a drive?
Maybe buy a simple code reader.
Otherwise, I would take it to a specialist.
One of those readers WILL NOT read anything but engine diagnostics on a Lambo. They really only connect to the Lambo diagnostics from the Engine ECU.It's pretty simple to do yourself
And download Dash Command on your phone.
OBD should be underneath the steering wheel. But, my car is RHD. Maybe do a search here.
It should be pretty simple, unsure why they couldn't read it. Even I can!