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A very usehul link below for quick access to the resistor pack on the Scenic II

Renault Scenic II - Access the resistor pack in 5 mins.
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So how will you supply me with resistors for 25 quid if you can't remember what they are??
If I take the lower facia off, Which is v easy, I can remind myself what resistors I used.
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I have to say, it's just as easy to remove the instrument surrounds, and access the resistor pack - then fix the problem properly.
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Yes but no but, you still have to pay Renault prices for the spare resistor and the new loom. Think that is nearly 100. And will it be reliable? Can you splice in the new loom without removing the whole facia top?
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resistor value

when u remove the thermal fuse from the resistor pack, it should have the value written on it, mine was 192c, but i know of another chap whos was 200c, and u can buy these from an electronic store , here they cost $3.50 ea from Jay car electronics. thats about 1 pound.closest i could get to 192c was either 188c or 219c, i opted for the 188c.thats the temp it will blow at
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