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Vel satis electrical faults
May be cheaper in the long run to have the fault codes read by the RENAULT CLIP SOFTWARE READER THINGY. Some Independant Renault Specialist Garages have the equipment to read and re-set the fault codes via the OBD Port ( which I believe is located in the centre console somewhere ).
At least that may be cheaper than going to a Main Agent - if RENAULT were more reasonable with their charges for doing simple 5 minute jobs, they may get more business.
If the fault code points to a specific part which is causing the problem , it could save you some time and money, possibly replacing the wrong part.
If you are near South Essex, I know a good Independant Garage. They have just changed all my brake discs and pads, and checked the fault code system. Best of luck, Graham.
Currently in Satistician's garage:
2008 Renault Kangoo 1.6.16v Auto ( Disabled conversion ), 2008 Renault Kangoo 1.6.16v auto ( salvage to fix the 1st one ), Vauxhall ARENA 2.5D - AKA RENAULT TRAFIC 1