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How to fit a fan belt on a 2006 Renault Megane 1.6 VVT k4m engine


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I have a nissan xterra 2001 that burns up alot of gas more than it used to


What about spark plugs --change them every 3 years
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Go for a ride with a professional scan tool on the engine
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My Renault megane 2003 began juddering on the motorway doing around 70mph then the engine management light kept flicking on and off. I pulled over stop the engine turned all electrics off and restarted it,...


Check the timing belt. It should have been changed at 60,000 miles. Sounds like you have lost some teeth on the synchronous belt resulting in lost timing. Damage to valves can occur. look under plastic cover on the end of the head for the belt

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RENAULT MEGANE SCENIC 1.9 2002 RX4 HAS NO POWER. NEW TURBO FITTED BUT STILL GUTLESS, WHAT NOW?


have you checked ,,or had ,,your timing checked or had work done on your cam shaft timming belt or tensionsers are you due a cam belt change?? check the engines timming before you go on,, then go one item at a time after that

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I'm having my renault megane 2000 cabriolet serviced. a 70000 klm service? what does the service entail?


At 70,000 klm, that is what, 56- 58,000 miles? You should be getting the works, new belts, timing belts, tranny filter and flush? oil change, all fluids checked, radiator flush? brakes checked, air filter, fuel filter, depends on how much you want done, but they will do all that if you let them. And more. But the timing belts are the big ones.If it has belts, it might have a chain. Hope this helps.

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Is it normal to have to replace pulley, timing belt and fan belt in renault megane cabriolet after 5 years. How much do these spare parts cost? Have been quoted £750 parts and 6 hour labour costs.


Timing belt on 4 cylinder Renaults should be changed every 50-60000 Km. Consequence of not doing so is having the belt break, and damaging valves and valve lifters (extremely costly) . Replacing the belt is time consuming, and labor intensive. So while the belt is out, its is a good investment to replace pulley, belt tensioner/ roller bearing and water pump belt, which is nearby and has to be taken out anyway, for timing belt replacement. Meganes dont have fan belts, they use electric motors for this duty.

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Need to know where water pump is on a 1998 renault megane


its run off the timing belt under the timing cover. if u dont know what to do i would recomend getting a mechanic to change it.

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