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The door locks and boot locks are all on the one circuit and if the door locks are working OK I doubt very much it would be a fuse problem. Or check the wiring in the boot under the plastic cover and see if it looks ok no sign of water damage etc
no not the dreaded renault ,best advice is to trade it in quick ,This vehicle has electric power steering located under the dash ,Now what happens is that some little unskilled youknowhat in kwikfit or wherever has realigned the tracking so the steering wheel is not level as they only adjusted one track rod end ,this upsets the software on the power steering motor ,this causes the unit to fail which means a reconditioned unit about 600euros but it can only be fitted in a renault garage as they are the only people with the software to reset the unit after it has been fitted ,no re-programmed then it will go wrong within 500kms .go and get a ford focus or a VW /skoda ,never no problems with these cars but this make are hell for us mechanics .try changing the clutch ?? its quicker and easier to lift the g/box and engine out in one
hi i have found on modus the computer said one thing and the fault was completely different so it's best to go to a good auto electrician with a diagnostic machine to find the fault, don't go to a reno dealer as they will charge you a fortune.
hope this help's.