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I have a Diesel Renalt Megane Senic 1.5dCI Dynamique -
the car constantly fails to start and something appears to be draining the battery overnight.
I have had a new battery fitted but the problem still remains.
Can anyone please advise what the source of the problem could be.
the pins on the lazer bulb in your keyfob has snapped off caused buy pressing the button too hard. (the red light will still come on but the key wont work)
heres what to do
open your keyfob and pull the lazer bulbs pins to the other side of the chip board. solder it to the wrong side where you see the nipples (dont worry there still in the right place) and shove a bit of bog roll in there to stop the chip board moveing when you press the button
if your timing belt has sliped,your pistons would be touching your valves,which means cylinder head removal,.removal off spark plugs use a pressure check gauge to check each cylinder for a weak compressure by starting the engine untill the gauge stops moving ,,normal cylinder pressure should read above 175lb per pressure or more.
hi off your discription sounds like the engine warning light is your car running ok and have you not got the drivers hand book in the glove compartment as this will verify it the engine waring light is basicly for the emmissions on your car you need to get a fault code reading to give you some idea of what if causing your problem it may be a simple fix example blocked air cleaner but i find guessing usually costs you more money in the long run i wouldn,t ignore it though as they are there for a reason yates210456