Question about 2000 Renault 181
Renault Laguna R registered: Bonnet catch not working and battery flat. Can't get into car or bonnet. Is there a way of getting into the car with the battery flat the electronic central locking key not working. The normal door key doesn't work either just turns in the lock> battery has went flat after not bieng used for several days driver door not working and cant get the passenger door or boot open using the key any suggestions on how to get into my car laguna automatic 1.8 m reg
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Locked out of car
I took my 99 Laguna to my local mechanic with a stuck bonnet. He pulled the lever from inside and told me to press down on the bonnet at the same time then open the bonnet as normal with the outside catch. It worked ok. After doing it oil the catch mechanism and it now works ok-but best to keep trying it to stop it seizing again.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
There are two release catches about 15" to the right and left of the centre safety catch. Roughly at each end of the top of the radiator.
The bonnet release cable goes first to the right hand one then there is a wire from that to the left, in a daisy chain way. They are typically French, cables fit into plastic levers ( a bit like bike brakes) not metal which break easily. replacements are not cheap. You need to be able to pull the cable to both catches to get the bonnet up. I managed to do this from underneath. In my case the, left hand one was broken and right hand one was working, but the getting it open broke the bit that that pulls the left. Managed to away with buying just one new catch as they are identical, swopping the right partly broken one over to the left side.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
sounds like a loose fanbelt ... check tension on all belts they should only move 1/2 inch with medium pressure on them
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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