Question about 2002 Renault Clio
This could be a lot of things but basics first.
1. Loosen battery cables neg 1st take 4 heaping tablespoons of baking soda mix with 1gal water. Stir well and slowly pour over battary connectors tray everywhere by batt. It will bubble that's OK. Do not rinse.
2 pull cable connectors off and clean battery posts and inside of connector with wire brush or butter knife until its bare metal.
3 Reinstall cable and make sure there tight.
4 if you can pop the caps and check water level add to all holes until half inch from top. Tap water is OK!! If no maint batt you can not nor should you need to fill it.
5 check the voltage should be 12 1/2 volts. No meter any parts stroke will check free.
6 check were the other ends of the cables at starter selnoid and ground to body for clean and tight. That should do it if not get ahold of me for more. Mike
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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