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Old 19th November 2007   #1
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Renault Clio - 1.2 Grande wont start

Clio 1.2 wont start
Replaced coil pack
Replaced TDC sensor
checked most of the looms for cable breaks
Imobiliser appears to be working, ie light stops flashing when key is inserted, key locks and unlocks doors
Engine turns over but no spark????????????
I have removed the interior light but no sign of the imobiliser
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Have you checked that the cambelt is still in one piece?.
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Yes thanks, cam belt still intact, if the imobilser is not at the rear view mirror, do you know where else it could be mounted.
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