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My pt did the same thing. took it to another mechanic, and he told me they left the timing off. took it back and told them what the mechanic told me, and they set the timing straight. Now it runs great.
Another renault this is a american web site or so i get informed when i give wrong answer and assume a engine is a diesel and they dont sell the diesel version in america ,anyway i think you remove the light in the headlining and then you can get to it quite easy or was that the earlier one ,getting old and cannot always remember ,cant you get the old bit out with a pair of pliers by any chance
check the battery and make sure it has a fully charge,also check to make sure the start motor pinion is not jammed in the flywheel, and check the coil pack to make sure have spark.also check the crank sensor
sounds like the radio is locked up.... if the radio requires a code do you have it and know how to install it... if so ... unhook the battery for about 15 minutes and hook it back up... should work ok then...
what you need is a Hollander book that tells you what the difference is in the engines there may be just little diff and it will tell you what you can swap .
and most salvage yard have these books and dont charge to look it up for you.
and dont let someone guess and say yes and then you have to go back and change so importaint part.