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Renault scenic rx4

I have the same problems. brilliant car but will not start sometimes. Most of the while it is fine, but then after I have been out stopping and starting all day I will get back in it and it turns over but just will not start. We have been told it is the Top Dead Centre Sensor and we should clean it but please tell us where it actually is on the engine, as we have no idea. Then perhaps the problem will be solved. Please help........

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  • nokia_6300 Oct 23, 2008

    Hello there I have the same problem, can someone send me a diagram to show where this TDc sensor is please?



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