Ok guys, I've searched all the topics about the check emissions warning lights. The first time it hapenned to my wive's Scenic II 1.6 (Manual) was 3 weeks ago. The car had trouble on the ignition for a couple of days and then the lamp went on. We took it to the local Renault garage and they told us the the camshaft sensor was damaged because of bad quality fuel. They charged us 90 euros (70GBP) for it we took the car home and the very next day the battery went flat. I did not take the car to the garage for the battery replacement. We thought that sometimes we do get bad fuel quality in Cyprus and the car is 3 1/2 years. Yesterday while I was driving the car I felt power loss and the car was shaking a little. My wife noticed the lamp coming on again. The garage is closed on Saturdays and we have a bank holiday on Monday so the car is in my garage until Tuesday Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.
From the posts I've read this could be a TDC
sensor (this is what I thought the first time I came here 3 weeks ago), the coils
(although the car starts fine after the battery was replaced) or could it be the camshaft sensor they told me they replaced 3 weeks ago??
Any tips well appreciated guys.