Question about Renault Clio
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: renault clio 1.2 petrol engine
If the timing belt has snapped then you will have caused major internal engine damage. Its not just a case of replacing the belt as its likely the pistons will have made contact with the valves and bent them in the process. You will need a qoute from a garage for the repair and potentially you are looking in excess of £1000. The only alternative to this is to source a suitable engine for exchange from a breakers.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
There is a fuel cut off switch located near the fuel distributor, Have someone put a finger on it while you turn the key on and off a few times. They should feel the solenoid within sliding to each end. If not that switch must be replaced. Also, depending on how long the engine runs after you shut down the engine, It could be your fuel ditributor timing is retarded. This has to be set with special guages that only a diesel mechanic would have.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
hi from the uk i can scan and e mail you the full instructions and diagram ofbelt timing+marks for alignment plus correct tensioner setting if you send me your e mail address ? best wishes from n/west uk
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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