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Filed Under (Renault) by admin on 10-06-2011
114171 a Remove the storage tray from its housing. WARNING Do not pull on the storage tray cover. a Remove bolts (1) . 101450 a Unclip the pull handle cover. a Disconnect the door mirror switch connector. a Remove: – the cover, – door opening handle bolt (2) . Note: Do not remove the lower opening control cable. 101454 a Unclip the trim flap using the unclipping pliers (protecting the trim). a Open the flap. a Hold the flap open (using masking tape). a Remove the lock barrel (see 51A, Side opening element mechanisms, Front side door lock bar- rel ). a Remove the handle in the direction of (4) and (5) . a Remove the handle with care, to avoid damaging the connector. WARNING For models equipped with the hands-free feature, be careful not to damage the connector during removal. 101986 a Disconnect the opening button male connector. a Unclip the handle module female connector. 101838 a Check that seal (9) is in place before refitting the handle. 10 11 101840 a Refit: – the handle, – the lock barrel (10) . a Lock the catch (11) . a Carry out a manual function test on the lock barrel. a Proceed in the reverse order to removal. REMOVAL a Remove: – the door frame flap (see 72A, Side opening element trims, Front door trim ). – the exterior handle (see 51A, Side opening element mechanisms, Exterior door handle ). 1 101838 a Disconnect the various connectors (depending on the level of equipment). a Remove bolts (4) . a Remove the lock assembly (held by hook (5) ) and module. a Remove the seal (1) . VEHICLE FITTED WITH A PRESENCE SENSOR 2 3 7 21632 a Remove: – the two stops (2) , – the door panel module (3) , a Unclip the prism at (6) and then at (7) using a flat- blade screwdriver.
Filed Under (Renault) by admin on 17-04-2010
In conjunction with a poor starting problem on the vehicle, the helpline caller also reported a dim flashing of the SRS warning light (MIL), a half scale deflection of the temperature gauge, the rev counter reading 2000 rpm with engine stationary, all with no ignition HT spark, no fuel injector pulsing and no fuel pump operation.
Upon initial investigation using self diagnostic equipment, the caller was unable to communicate with the vehicle’s engine management or SRS system control modules. Eventually the fault was traced to an under bonnet blown fuse contained within an electrical box attached to the N/S suspension turret, next to the engine man ECM and relay. All four fuses within this box are 7.5 amp fuses
Filed Under (Renault) by admin on 06-06-2011
Fuel tank gauge assembly ContentsPage Fuel tank gauge assembly Contents Page 19C RESERVOIR Sender unit: Removal – Re?tting Pump-sender unit-?lter: Removal – Re?tting 19C-1 19C-18 Procedure for removal of fuel tank gauge assembly. X84, and J84, and F9Q or K9K or M9R Special tooling required Mot. 1397 Universal spanner for removing fuel gauge nut Tightening torquesm battery cover mounting bolts 4 Nm IMPORTANT During this operation: – refrain from smoking or bringing red hot objects close to the working area, – beware of fuel splashes when disconnecting the unions, – protect sensitive areas from fuel out?ow. Remove the seat mountings (3). Move the carpet to one side. REMOVAL Disconnect the battery, starting with the negative terminal. Remove the rear seats (see MR 371 Bodywork, 76A, Rear seat runners and frames, Second row complete rear seat). 4 2 Remove the soundproofing pads (4). 1 104617 Remove: – the clips (1), 104620 Remove the panel (5). 104204 Remove: – the receiver unit (7) mounting bolts, – the receiver unit assembly. 6 8 104203 Disconnect the receiver (6) (if fitted to the vehicle). 104545 Remove the inspection flap blanking cover (8). 105006 Disconnect: – the electrical connector (9), – the quick-release unions (10). Prepare for fuel outflow. Fit the correct blanking plugs into the unions (see MR 370 Mechanical systems, 13B, Diesel injec- tion: Cleanliness guidelines). Remove the nut from the sender using tool (Mot. 1397)(11). Remove the sender unit, being careful with the float. WARNING Re?t the sender nut as soon as the sender has been removed to prevent any deformation of the fuel tank. REFITTING Replace the O-ring seal. Refit the sender unit by aligning mark (12) on the sender with mark (13) on the tank. Position the nut (15). Tighten the nut (15) until mark (14) on the nut is ali- gned with mark (13) on the tank and mark (12)on the sender. Proceed in the reverse order to removal. Connect the battery starting with the positive termi- nal (see MR 370 Mechanical systems, 80A, Batte- ry: Removal – Refitting). Tighten to torque the battery cover mounting bolts (4 Nm).
Filed Under (Renault) by admin on 12-04-2010
Incidentally, that Renaultsport 172 deserves a special mention, because it looks as though it could well be the new king of the hot hatches, thanks to the blistering performance provided by its 172bhp, two-litre, 16-valve engine and lowered chassis. We’ve driven it and will be reporting on it in due This new twin-cam unit is already used in the Megane and Scenic and certainly deserves this wider application because it’s a real little sweetie, whose “warm hatch” performance belies its capacity – curious that Renault insists that size matters! While happy to tip-toe through traffic, it really comes alive out on the open road. Not only is it smooth and quiet, but take it beyond 3000rpm and it’s a decidedly swift performer that loves to rev yet still manages to remain mechanically refined. Complementing the new engine are the deft gearchange and nicely weighted clutch that give added driving pleasure. Such is the way that the powertrain is mounted, however, that the gear lever gives an unseemly lurch forward as you back off the accelerator