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I'd like to know as well, could be flattening battery bleeding fuel system the blowing ecu boosting battery, god i'm suspicous because ecu's don't normally just go.
Interesting you say that. On the day of the service, the garage called me in the afternoon to say that the battery had run flat and a fuse had blown. The next day (after charging the battery) they said they were having trouble getting fuel through the pump - that's when it all began....
Will hopefully get the car back later today (if the starting yesterday wasn't a fluke) and will try to get as much info about the
as possible. Problem is, sounds like it's been to about 3 different garages and the original
was also sent somewhere seperately for diagnostics.
Is it not strange that no errors were reported in any of the diagnostics? Allegedly all sorts of different software has been tried (including most up to date Renault)
Currently in solarbeetle's garage:
2005 Grand Scenic Privilege