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Re: Haynes Manuals

Dialogys' MR/NT sectrion is far better than any Haynes manual if you own a Renault, with nice pictographic workflows for disassembling things, descriptions of the tools required, and direct links to other articles where the process requires other parts to be disassembled. It also describes the process for reprogramming things with CLIP where necessary - the sections where the Haynes manual says 'Refer to a dealer'.

Getting hold of it... Erm, that's a little bit more dubious than going to Halfords and picking up a Haynes manual

Of course, I guess Renault are scared it would hit their bottom line for service on their overcomplicated cars if this information were available on the open market.

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