Question about 2006 Renault Clio 1.5
The controls on the dashboard (which provide to adjust the temperature and where the air comes out) are normally lit up when the lights are switched on, but they do not light up. Also the front and rear offside lamps do not come on either. It seems strange all these symptoms appeared at the same time. Any ideas please?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
So thankful for this site and the answer to the problem, which was infact the black connectors under the passenger side well..Cheers again i've saved myself £100's x
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
The car is due for a Service. Contact a Renault Dealer or other garage.
If you book a service using another garage, remember to ask if they are able to switch off the service light, otherwise you will have to pay Renault a charge just to switch it off as well as service costs.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: warning lights on dashboard
Try pressing the D3 button on your gear shift - little button below the main one. D3 allows for quick acceleration, but the light also shows when the car is locked is gear ('limp home mode') due to another problem.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Find Someone else,
Have Them Replace The Fan Selector Switch,
There Is Only 1 Fan In The System, Since You Can Select Between Defrost, Dash, Floor,
But Cannot Control Fan Speed/Shut-Off Fan.
I Would Replace The " Fan Selector Switch" Installed In Your Heater-A/C Controller Unit
Mounted In Your Dash.
Take Care God Bless
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
I also have a 53 clio with climate control and the fan stopped working. After being quoted £104 by dealership I decided to have a go myself. Bonnet up, remove driverside scuttle cover. Unplug fan resistor 7701051272 (large plug with black wire to fan)remove securing screws and resistor. Dismantled casing and peeled away gel from soldered side of circuit board around mosfet transistor-desolder and remove. Mine was a N342AD 75344G but the nearest I could get was HUF75337P3 from Maplin £1.68. This was the wrong 'package size' but I managed.Close the clamp slightly (before)to hold transistor firmly and then insert transistor and solder. Reassemble. After I got an email from a scrappy QUOTING £20 if you don't fancy the messing about.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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