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Hi can anybody please help. I purchased my laguna II september last year with the "SERV" light on he said it needed to go to main dealer as it was a service light and it needed resetting. Now I know its a fault light !!
No problems until last month had to have a fuel pressure sensor fitted £320.
Ever since then the "serv" light is constantly on the dashboard, renault cant find fault so have said ignore it.
Now the diesel glowplug light comes on when im driving it and doesnt go off, when it comes on the car has less power , gets noisey and feels like no turbo.
Any help please ................................
 

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Dealer should be able to interrogate engine mngt and find fault if 'glowplug' (electronic incident light) is on. Reckon loss of power due to limp home mode linked to fault warning. Would really be guesswork to know what is really causing fault, 1.9dCi has common probs that you'll find on here, but you NEED diagnosis.
 

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Thanx, looking for a renault specialist in and around staffordshire as we speak, cant afford to take to dealer...
New problem now. The car wont lock the button on the keyfob is not working.The open button works though...

I SERIOUSLY NEED TO SELL THIS CAR.....
its costing a fortune
 

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i have the same car as u and guess what the same problem i think all the 1.9 dti was made by some phyco freak on a friday afternoon and think they shouldnt have been sold this way!!!
 
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