Hi i have a clio 1.2 on the dash there is a square with a zig zag going throuh it & underneath there is a coil shape (like you would get for a diesel glow plug) but its petrol, & every now and again both symbols light up & the car engine cuts in and out when driving. I know it's electrical but does any one have the same problem?
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Could be a fuse. check under the hood, or around the dash for a fusebox, inside the box should be a diagram saying what each fuse is for. it should say horn, or airbags. Could also be that a wire came off of the actual horn. look around under the hood near the driver side firewall, to find the horn. there should be two wire going to it. check if there are any frays cuts, or loose connections.
Hi, check the relays underneath the glovebox on he passenger side are all the way in, theses can come loose and cause the dipped beam to cut in and out. Or grab the black multi plug on the uch unit and move it to see if the fault occurs, if so a new uch is required
I had a problem where my key fob did not lock or unlock the car, Renault Clio Dynamique, but the central locking button in the car did still work and engine turned over fine. Changed the key fob battery still nothing. Read online about disconnecting and reconnecting the car battery, (negative only) and hey presto it worked! All working fine now!
I loved your description - I knew exactly the thing you were talking about! My manual says that it is a warning light for "Heater plugs on" (if you have a diesel) and electronic fault (diesel or petrol). If this thing comes on while you are driving, you should really get it seen to as soon as possible. Sorry I can't say what the electronic fault is, but not possible without being able to inspect it physically.
If you have a diesel car, this thing should come on when you turn the ignition key to position M. If you wait a while it should go off to show that the heater plugs are hot enough for you to start the engine.