Question about Renault SCENIC
First of all I would suggest that this initially sounds like a fuel problem.
Check the fuses, check for fault codes, ask a Technician to check the fuel pump is working.
I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Welcome to the club! Have a look at the "blank dashboard" posts. Hundreds of cars out there with same fault, Renault will charge £500-£700, some firms do "mail order" repairs for £200 - and please email Watchdog, Renault need to start sorting this out! Lots of us are doing the same. Try ECUtesting.com or Cluster Repairs UK and have a look at renaultcustomer.com/ or threads on howtomendit.com.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
it most likely has an intermitant faulty coil the car has four of them they are not very pricey but they are the most common reason for this fault in your car.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
hi from uk from the symptoms you clearly describe may i suggest that you have someone to check both visually and physically by feeling the front suspension strut coil springs on both sides this problem sounds very much like you have a broken/cracked coil spring on one of the struts hence the crack ! when turning ? the stiffness is that the coil is broken and is not rotating on the top of suspension bearing as it is supposed to just one point? if this is the fault may i suggest that you change both coil springs at same time ? these can be purchased at good motor factors if you wish to diy or have some motor mechajc friend? do them for you? also check the actual struts for oil leakage as this is common cause of coils breaking due to no damping of strut/shock absorbing of suspension hope this helps ?
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
This could be a possibility of a bad connection to the engine speed sensor or in other terms flywheels sensor or TDC sensor located under the thermostat housing screwed to the gearbox by two bolts, when the problem occurs try playing around with the connector connected to the TDC sensor and then try to start it, renault has a new modified connector and TDC sensor on the market.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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