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post #63 of (permalink) Old 9th August 2008
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It's really hard to say now looking at the book time. I just stuck my old Megane in there and it reckons 6,70 hours. Now that is understandable as I knew it was an engine out job on that car. 5,20 hours is a lot though as Tigz said Renault tend to build in stupidity (one of the reasons why I won't be having another one!)

Perhaps on the Lag it is an engine out job too. If that is the case then there are positives such as the coolant must be replaced, also at the time you could have the timing belt replaced as it is a hell of a lot easier to change that while the engione is out. But please don't quote me on this, AFAIK the engine stays in on a Lag2 for the clutch!!

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