Question about Renault Clio
Youtube has a Short video demonstrating how to change the clutch this way 2and half minetts long can this work
HAHAHA more likely 2 ans 1/2 hours but the video is only 2.5 minutes
Posted on Feb 08, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: renault clio clutch adjust
If the problem is just a clutch cable (clio 55 plate should be cable, not hidraulic), you can adjust or replace the clutch cable quit easily.
If the problem concerns instead the clutch disk, then you will need to put a car up on a bridge, empty the oil and fluid, and remove the clutch that is attached on the engine, on the right lower side.
This is usually not a job for home repair.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
pedal has bent sligtly out of line .comon fault. easy fix sit on floor outside car pull pedal toward you til you hear click . job done
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
SOURCE: renault clio 1.2 petrol engine
If the timing belt has snapped then you will have caused major internal engine damage. Its not just a case of replacing the belt as its likely the pistons will have made contact with the valves and bent them in the process. You will need a qoute from a garage for the repair and potentially you are looking in excess of £1000. The only alternative to this is to source a suitable engine for exchange from a breakers.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
SOURCE: Problem with Renault Clio clutch
ask a renault dealer if there is a self adjuster on it, i think not, i think it is hydraulic, this means you have a faulty pressure plate, so yes u need a clutch
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
I know some Renaults such as the Megane have an access port within the wheel arch. You might try checking there. If there is one though, then it's likely easier to take the wheel off to get to it.
Posted on Nov 15, 2012
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