It seems that the original transistor was low resistance C to B. Even if I were to consider replacing that transistor, what is the chance that the control logic for that line on the processor is also damaged? Firstly, the transistors that arrived were much smaller - I ordered from memory and although I chose the correct rating I must have picked the wrong item. Exactly what is installed will vary with the model and the equipment installed. Heater fan not working at any speeds at all. That's a big science, that I barely know. Thanks, SiMiE Thanks for reply! I will let you know how I get on once I have the Kapton tape and replacement parts.
This has a circuit board carrying a number of fuses and relays. There is the main fus … e board which is clipped in the top of the glove compartment. From the outside of the vehicle all excess sealer can be removed with a bog spreader or a plastic card. Switched car off, turned on ignition, lights still not working, car wouldnt start, crank or swing, and braking failure remains on dashboard? According to the Haynes manual I've got, there is an engine fuse box where the fog light fuse is. Hum, either the Ebay seller wasn't telling the truth, either there is a subtile version difference : indeed, once my car a clio , was a bit late to be ready for maintenance because one filter gasoil, replacement is periodical wasn't available because some have a water sensor and the other no despite all of them having the same shape, etc. One set under the engine managment computer on the off-side of the engine bay.
The remaining one flew off as well, but before I managed to get it to the circuit board. Now starts a bit of a story with Renault because they insist the part is correct and that I was given the correct advice. Does anyone have wiring diagrams? Please note: Parts that have specially ordered for example left hand drive products are non returnable. Don't buy a used one. The dash dip beam indicator still lights up, if that means anything.
The cut off time is 1pm daily. The fuse is fine so it must be something else preventing the fogs working! Morning All, I have a 58plate 1. Perhaps this will be a bit cheaper than the main dealer. I am now out of options and it looks like I will have to bite the bullet on the cost of a brand new replacement fuse board. Cheers, SiMiE Anyone know if this is the same as my 55 clio mk3 dci I changed a blown bulb in headlight and it still didn't work took it to halfords who charged me £6. Well this has gone from bad to worse. Two of them flew off from my tweezers as I was positioning them.
Airflow : - I learned by trying and feeling how it's going, the idea is you need the biggest possible airflow to heat faster and wider, but. I can't find this package available anywhere at the moment. By holding the head lining down approximately 4 - 5 inches the 10mm ratchet spanner can be used to remove the bolts which hold the lower frame to the upper frame. Regarding the relay energizing contacts, I have about 13v on one side and 5v on the other. They also acknowledged that the relay sold to me by the Renault main dealer was incorrect for this model and I should never have been asked to modify it. I will be attempting to take a look at the different fuse boxes listed by adam1942 Thanks , how would i know what to look at for a possible faulty fuse, and which fuse box should I start with? We will inform you within 48 hours of the order if the part is on back order. The yellow 20Amp fuse had blown so I replaced that.
. The bad side is that I didn't realise that 1 of the 4 relays was a slightly different part number when I removed them so I don't know how to put them back properly when I get my new ones! Well this problem seems to have been resolved but what a cost. As for the noise from the binnacle, inside there is a small motor which draws cabin air over a sensor located in its throat. Once dry then we can apply the silicone sealer to the upper frame of the sunroof. Posted on Nov 16, 2008 Just for the record, I am, by profession an electronics engineer, and yes I had also looked at that fan speed module.
Reassemble and hope you've not dislodged anything because that might cause problems. Unplug fan resistor 7701051272 large plug with black wire to fan remove securing screws and resistor. Please allow up 14 days from the date you return your order to us to process the return Please do not return any item to us before completing this form. The problem started with dipped beam headlights getting stuck on. Both number plate lights plus the sidelights, front and back, on the drivers side went last week.
I had suspected this might be the case as I had found information on the internet to that effect as well. I should be able to post a picture of the compartment when I get home late to help clarify things. Oh look a box in a box. Well i have come to expect this of renault but all the new cars are getting to be the same ranging from encrypted software ,to multi layered circuit boards which inhibit the chance of repairing. Once excess sealer has been removed using a rag and white spirit clean off the remainder the sealer once this has been achieved spray glass cleaner on glass and paint work and polish up.
I hope my feedback can help you, but it seems that I do more by instinct and observation on this one, this is knowledge I've yet to consolidate and improve to be able to transmit properly. Spare brushes are not available frrom Renault. Close the clamp slightly before to hold transistor firmly and then insert transistor and solder. Would definitely recommend and use your company again if the need arises. The bottom line on this was that the main fuseboard had to be replaced an coded at considerable cost. As far as I'm concerned, I would really not go for a full time function exchange between foglight and dipped beam, but it's personal.
I dont know how big, small or accessible they are. These devices are highly static sensitive so care has to be taken. Cable held to battery tray with very heavy duty push through clips. The overlap on the pads was minimal so they had to be positioned just right. How The Returns Process Works 1.