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Oilys right.

Most tools needed to work on Renaults are the usual spanners and what not,but you will definately need a good set of Torx bits.Renault go mad for these and fit them all over the car(both male and female),so these are important.

Things have moved on,dramaticlly,in the last few years,so before attempting anything that your not sure on we're always here to help/advise/confuse you on!!.The forum is all about trying to help people like you and save a few quid in the process.

Good luck,and don't be afraid to ask us any questions....

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