Question about Renault Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you saying the car was in a flood or immersed in salt water? If it was how high did the water get? First pull the spark plugs and drain the oils out. Vacuum out the car, put Drizaires in the interior. Do not try to start it. If you do you will short out the computers. All electrical needs to be cleaned and dried. Flood vehicles are a pain but can be fixed. Lots of work, though.
I have dealt with flood vehicles quite a bit and the best surviours are the older non computerized ones. I have limited sucess with the computered ones.
Hope this helps;
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: My 1992 Toyota Estima Lucida
The passing light is the high beam circuit and that uses the same relay so that would not be the problem. I would think the high beam switch would be the problem, and on this car I assume that is the combination switch on the steering column?. I know this model is not sold in North American and therefore can't give exact instructions. We are based in San Mateo California so only have access to information and parts replacement guides for USA models. If the car is equipped with an Airbag you must disarm it before you pull the steering wheel to replace the switch (if required)
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
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