Wondering if anyone could possibly help regarding a Clio issue that I though I'd rectified - (one of many).
My Clio 1.2 was recently recovered by The AA due to firing on three cylinders after the
wiring feed was shorted through vibration / abrasion. It appears this caused a short to the
pack and caused the running on three cylinders issue. The
pack was only recently, (about 2 months ago) - replaced with a quality item and since re-fitting the
wiring and insulating and re-seating the poor
wire cover, replacing the
sensor and cleaning all wires, contacts relating to any sensors the engine is now running fine. The only problem is that it appears the Toxic Fume Monitoring Light is on and won't go off, despite the battery disconnection during
Does the Renault simply need a reset after the
pack electrical spike or is it possible that the
pack is enabling the engine to run but the spike has knocked the
pack enough to trigger a voltage issue?
Any help would be much appreciated, I'm starting to like the little Clio despite spending many, many hours on it since it's purchase, each time asking if this will be the last.