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Old 24th August 2005   #1
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Renault Clio II - Electronics - TDC sensor

I've a Clio 2 1.2 16v which has had starting problems. The AA have said the TDC sensor needs to be replaced as it is quite a straightforward job, can anyone advise me where the sensor is positioned before I start to pull things around. I know its on the gearbox by the flywheel but it doesn't seem readily visible. Any diagrams would be great.

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It is located on top of the gearbox casing where it meets the engine block..
It is held in by two 10mm bolts and has a two wire connector plugged into it..

It is relatively easy to remove but may require some coolant pipes to be moved to the side to help access..
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Just to add, may be worth fitting a new connector for the sensor also while youre at it, your dealer should know what you mean, cut the old connector off, it's only two wires, so not to complicated to wire the new one in.
Also remove the air filter box, that'll help you to see what youre doing.
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Just to add, may be worth fitting a new connector for the sensor also while youre at it, your dealer should know what you mean, cut the old connector off, it's only two wires, so not to complicated to wire the new one in.
Also remove the air filter box, that'll help you to see what youre doing.
Thanks for the help mission accomplished
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I've a Clio 2 1.2 16v which has had starting problems. The AA have said the TDC sensor needs to be replaced as it is quite a straightforward job, can anyone advise me where the sensor is positioned before I start to pull things around. I know its on the gearbox by the flywheel but it doesn't seem readily visible. Any diagrams would be great.

Thanks in advance
Could you tell me more about the fault, I just bought a W plate 1.2 grande, which has a intermitant starting fault, some times its like the imboliser has activated, but the veh will bump start, also the starter seems lazy at times.?
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