1 year ago Report It Best Answer - Chosen by Voters pull out the ecu s it does have one! wait 1/2 hour then replace will resolve the problem and also the car will have more power as it will adapt to your style of.
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Believe it or not I have not cured the problem. It is still exactly the same. I will attempt a few of your suggestions. I am at the end of my tether! I am loathe to shell out for a new ecu as I have.
Check there is no damage to the wiring harness where the box may have rubbed it. Repair any damage by taping up uncovered wires etc. Next, disconnect the large plug that sits inside there attached to the throttle body.
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I think it's a wiring fault somewhere in the car that Renault garages don't see or ignore because they can only do what the diagnostics machine tells them. First time, they diagnosed coil pack replacement.
I look forward to hearing back from anyone. It worries me that even renault don't seem to know how to cure their own cars! Reply With quot;, 01:21 #19 Since my last post, I seem to have found the answer to this one at last.
I have taken it to the local garage were they tried a diagnostics test - the result stated I required a new Throttle Potentiometer which was replaced. This did not resolve the problem and they are now talking about reprogramming the ECU at 300.
You will need to find out the correct procedures and correct ecu tho as thats what im strugglin with at mo. it may not solve the prob but if it does it will save you hundreds of pounds, hope that helps hun.
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Both started happening at the same time so i'm assuming its related. I took my car the the Renault Stealership today for a ECU fault read to see if they could find the problem (they reckond if it was just a computer problem the could.