Question about 2000 Renault 181
Sounds like a sensor, maybe a CPS sensor, with engine cold the computer runs off of a preset setting (called closed loop) but when the engine reaches operating temp the computer switches over to an open loop , where it will then take readings from various sensors, the usual culprit is the Crank Shaft Position sensor (TPS) , you can remove it and have it tested, Autozone or Advanced Auto Parts should be able to do this. If the engine light comes on you can hook up a code reader to retrieve any past stored codes and go from there...
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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