Well after having a dead Scenic 1.9 TDi sitting on my drive for two weeks, I finally managed to find a mobile auto-electrician to come and look at it.
After spending about 40 minutes on it, he concluded that he couldn't fix it - the problem was probably a faulty
- it would have to go back to Renault and would be expensive (like I don't know that!)...
Anyway, after hunting round the net for a while, I've found a few companies that will test your
for you (for about £35), and fix it if it is faulty. This seemed like a good idea, which will probably be far cheaper and less hassle than getting the car towed to the local dealership...
So... Does anyone have any experience of these sorts of companies? Are they any good?
And secondly (and the point of this post), does anyone know the location of the
on a 1999 Scenic Diesel? Is there a particular proceedure for it's removal/replacement?