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Originally Posted by lagdti
Then I strongly suspect you could have a faulty
The immobiliser on the later Renaults(like yours) isn't controlled by key blip,so changing the battery in the key would be a waste of time.....
If possible,get the garage to read the
fault codes,and that should confirm that the
sensor is intermittantly not sending a signal to the
.It is a very common fault with Renaults,and isn't expensive to replace(around £30 inc fitting).
Good luck,and let us know how you get on.
Found out today a megane 2
sensor will cost £169 inclusive at wests of Cambridge
Currently in Esox.man's garage:
Megane Coupe 3 & Renault Grand Scenic 2