Question about 2003 Renault 181
Before replacing all 4 ligt them one at a time by removing each screw starting the engine and lifting them one at a time. you may only have to replace 1
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Yes, it is a DIY job. Fault is usually caused by water ingress damage to the coil packs. There are individual pencil coils for each plug which are held in place by a torx screw. After removal, check and remove any signs of water inside the recessed spark plug tubes. Replace the 4 coils and spark plugs and the problem should go away.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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