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This problem may be one of two things, the most common could be a speed sensor, this can be tested with a meter and wheels spinning in drive, the meter connections would be connected to speed sensor connections as wheels spin with car in drive the readings will tell you if sensor is bad, another way would be to replace the sensor and see if that helps.
The other thing would be the speedometer it self, to test this you would need to replace it with a used one or have it tested at a place that deals with speedometer which are not to many around. I would also check the fuses, all of them and locate the speed sensor on the ****** and make sure the connection is good and that there are no broken wires to it.then replace the speed sensor and then cluster, these are the steps i would take , most times the speed sensor solves this problem. good day
usually take off central interior light located above rear view mirror you should see a rounded fixtue looks kind off like a straight screw driver connection u might use this item with a screw driver and turn this should close and also open it
computer fault i think,but as its a renault it uses encrypted software,so plugging in a fault finder will only throw up a different code to the one thats actually causing the problem.best advice is a renault dealer
Check fuses because the one that controls ciggarette lighter can often blow and this can be a sympton of that,could be loose. Looks like a bad connection from one of the speed sensors which control the abs, do you get abs light stay on. Could be wiring under the bonnet,check all visible wiring too. Failing them it`ll have to be an auto electrician.