Question about 2004 Renault 181
I found his solution posted here at FixYa. I hope It will help you solve your problem."From what you have described in your post and speaking from personal experience and without using a diagnostic tool there is a high possibility there is a problem with your camshaft sensor,
Part number 8200285798 for this is a common problem on these models.
DF119 or code DTC 0340 is the code given for this fault by Renault's diagnostic tool in some cases the code does not store itself into memory making diagnosis of the problem more difficult."
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Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi there it will either be boost pressure sensor or boost pressure selonoid, about 30 quid each, either could be faulty people spend thousands trying to fix these faults and they generally 90% come down to theses ,usually the sensor but have seen quite a few solenoids of late
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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