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I looked at the wiring in fuse box all good nothing loose.
I took the motor out with battery connected and put it in other Scenic and it works. I then put it back in with battery conected and it worked. I then disconnected battery and reconnected and it worked. So It's solved .

When doing a scan a code in red for Alternator. I checked wires all good. Checked charging with engine running 14v. So Alternator works.
When drive after 10 mins Worning light comes on Battery low. Switch off and on again message gone
Stuart I sent you Email
 

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You really are a sucker for punishment
 

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What sells the best ( Most profit when done )
Thats the 1 you buy ,
Or buy both if cheap enough


Your car/issue with the wiper motor ( Thats now working )
Got a spare fuse box for under bonnet

Would be changing that to try before changing the alternator

You also need to check Once the light is on
 

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What sells the best ( Most profit when done )
Thats the 1 you buy ,
Or buy both if cheap enough


Your car/issue with the wiper motor ( Thats now working )
Got a spare fuse box for under bonnet

Would be changing that to try before changing the alternator

You also need to check Once the light is on
I will try that.

My Scenic 3 1 6 Dci 2012. I need to bleed the clutch. I tried the way I know. Pipe on nipple. into bottle with brake fluid. Open screew and pulled clip out. It would not move so I pumped all durty fluid out. No bubbles Hold clutch pedal down then screw tap closed clockwise and clipped clip back. I uthen took off the bleed pipe and brake fluid sprayed all over the place. Clutch pedal much better comes back up on its own but still can not get in gear

See pic of Pipe with filter. I released
 

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You lift clip closest to the gearbox, this allows the pipe to move back to the second clip.
You bleed the system.
You then push the first clip down and push pipe back in ( For future reference ) IF THAT type fitted

Does the car go in gear with engine not running ?

Can you put the car in gear, dip the clutch and start the engine ?

Cannot see your picture, its a terrible copy Or lappy is shite after grandson decided it was a seat not really sure
 

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You lift clip closest to the gearbox, this allows the pipe to move back to the second clip.
You bleed the system.
You then push the first clip down and push pipe back in ( For future reference ) IF THAT type fitted

Does the car go in gear with engine not running ?

Can you put the car in gear, dip the clutch and start the engine ?

Cannot see your picture, its a terrible copy Or lappy is shite after grandson decided it was a seat not really sure
Hi Sturat.

How are you doing ?
Yes If Engine is off you can put in first.
If you dip the clutch and start the engine you can go forward with jerk jerk.

I drove it home about 45km on highway could not get it into 6th.
Makes a slight noise when clutch pressed in
 

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Yep clutch has gone

Subframe off,
Steering straight ahead , get at steering column lower pinch bolt, Undo dont take out
If had to turn steering wheel to get at it make sure steering is re centralised ..
Now you can remove bolt from bottom of column and steering rack is now disconnected
Remove subframe
Straight forward then
I tape steering wheel to the dash so it cannot be turned and wrecks the squib then
 

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Yep clutch has gone

Subframe off,
Steering straight ahead , get at steering column lower pinch bolt, Undo dont take out
If had to turn steering wheel to get at it make sure steering is re centralised ..
Now you can remove bolt from bottom of column and steering rack is now disconnected
Remove subframe
Straight forward then
I tape steering wheel to the dash so it cannot be turned and wrecks the squib then
You had to give me the bad news thanks. I kind of knew that I would have to remove clutch.

Is there a drawing on Dialogys that I can follow to know how many bults there are.
MR or NT Drives shaft gearbox then COMPLET GEARBOX only give selector ?
 

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its all in there its finding it
put vehicle type code in

Then Fill the oval plate in
Now you will be on the correct sections
From there use the MR or NT section.
Should now see pictures, with the text

You have to go in stages
So, steering rack ( should show you what/how you need to remove sub frame )
Subframe
Gearbox
Clutch


You could try going straight for clutch..

then the text in different colours (links )
open these


Dont think I have ever used a manual to change a clutch

Know subframe and steering rack has to come off

Then its just a matter of finding bolts holding starter on
Disconnecting all sensors and leads
REMOVING TDC sensor
( Never Ever leave that in, so easy to break the tip when gearbox drops, or putting back in )

Only held in by a bolt,or two and nowt worse than a non starter, and its because TDC sensor is damaged
 

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its all in there its finding it
put vehicle type code in

Then Fill the oval plate in
Now you will be on the correct sections
From there use the MR or NT section.
Should now see pictures, with the text

You have to go in stages
So, steering rack ( should show you what/how you need to remove sub frame )
Subframe
Gearbox
Clutch


You could try going straight for clutch..

then the text in different colours (links )
open these


Dont think I have ever used a manual to change a clutch

Know subframe and steering rack has to come off

Then its just a matter of finding bolts holding starter on
Disconnecting all sensors and leads
REMOVING TDC sensor
( Never Ever leave that in, so easy to break the tip when gearbox drops, or putting back in )

Only held in by a bolt,or two and nowt worse than a non starter, and its because TDC sensor is damaged
Thanks Stuwart I will try that tomorrow
 
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