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Hi Ian - I suggest you check out all the likely problems first - such as
and temperature sensor connectors - it may also be worth getting the leads to the
checked. You say it happens at around the same place and time - did you happen to notice what the engine temp was at the time. I have heard of cases where if the diagnostic equipment can't read the
it assumes it is faulty but its the connections leads that are either dirty or faulty.
Thanks for your advice, madnoel! Do you reckon I should try and get the problem properly diagnosed at a renualt dealership then? Because I've heard stories about them taking the ¤¤¤¤ with prices for diagnostics a bit.
What do you think?
Currently in Ian001's garage:
2002 1.2 16v extreme clio