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savvy engine is same with renault engine. there's a flywheel sensor/engine speed sensor between engine and gearbox. change the engine speed sensor.
The engine speed sensor is control the ignition timing, if the sensor can't read the 0' angle the engine won't fire up.
I do not know about them at all - none of my customers have one - but an easy check you can try is try it in neutral - could be the safety switch, if not it may need a starter,or could be a security system issue - sorry I never experienced that vehicle to be of more help
Hi. Thanks for your question. For proton savvy milliage issue you can visit https://www.reliable-store.com and download the entire workshop manual which includes all the information along with the diagrams for better understanding. Good day!
Most Japanese cars have inside panels with plastic twist screws mounted along the side edges of the door panels. After un-screws the hardware, you need to slide your fingers on the edges of the inside door panels and slowly pry it off. Follow the pattern around the edge and work little bit at a time to get around the door panel. Don't forget any wire cable harness and connectors which usually connect inside the door. You need to remove them to be able to remove the inside door panel completely. Once it is removed, you can then work to fix the lever for the door handle from the inside.