The recommended interval is 115,000 kilometres about 72,000 miles. On my original 1986 Espace it said that the life of the cambelt was the same as the engine. The first one lasted just over 130,000 miles and only failed because of oil contamination. Subsequently the recommendation was changed to 72,624 miles (a somewhat over-zealous conversion I suspect). The engine went on to cover 336,000 miles and was running superbly when I finally got rid of the car after 16 years.
5 years or 72,000 miles, whichever is sooner.
in the fuse comaprtment thats located under the bonnet on the near side. You should find it between the battery and the inner panel/
Hi On my espace you have a fuse box under the bonnet on the right and one on the passenger footwell inside. Regards Mel Hi On 94-96 models, the fusebox is in glovebox, there is a panel in top of glovebox, press sides and it should drop open. Kev
Hi, This should be located on the engine plate which is normally on the engine block or on RH side of engine compartment. Kev
I have a renault megane 2001 rxt, on my wiper stick,ther is a button on the end of the stick (by the edge should be a round button) jus press it in,it will show u a lot of reading even how much mileage u have left to drive
You will need to input the radio code [4 digit] via remote or stalk radio control. This info should be with radio handbook or failing that you'll need to visit your friendly Renault dealer to get it done
Timing belts on a Renault Megane 1.5 diesel should be changed every 72000 miles or every 5 years, whichever comes first.
The Chevrolet Silverado's gas mileage varies from 14 (in cities) to 20 (on the highway) EPA MPG. It is of course possible improve your mileage by, for example, changing oil. Most synthetic oils should help you improve you mileage.
YOU SHOULD CHANGE THE CAM BELT EVERY 30,000 MILES OR EVERY FIVE YEARS,WHICH EVER COMES FIRST.
If the one you are replacing is defective then a new one will help your fuel mileage. If on the other hand if it is working as it should then a new one will not help.
You should since it increases longevity just like changing engine oil does for the engine.
What you need to do is press the internal central locking switch on the roof panel (in front of the rear view mirror) for about 10 seconds until you hear 2 very distinct clunks in the doors. Then point the key upwards towards the sensor and press the key button twice......Your central locking should now be reset. This worked for me
It is in the right hand (UK Drivers side) wing mirror. You should see a small dome sticking out beneath the mirror. The glass is remove by pulling outwards. The sensor is fixed with a small torx screw.
Try going to blackcircles.com and type your reg number into the yellow search box,this should bring up your car details and a list of possible tyre sizes.My 2008 2.0 Dci takes 225/55 R17-W 101.
Yes, if the coolant is still clean and has not been in the system for long. But if you are changing the coolant at the recommended mileage of your cars manual then it should not be reused.
The Renault Clio was produced from the years 1990 to present. The way that the camshaft diamond marking should be pointed on a Renault Clio 2004 are that the long tips should be facing towards the top and bottom.
Turn ignition to 'accessories' (not 'ignition on'), then press the trip computer button for about a second, and release. The display should flash 'km/h / mph'. Press the 'M' of the hours and minutes clock adjustment, at the left of the display, to select the speedo reading you want.
You cannot know by looking at it. This is why the belt is changed at a set mileage as listed in your owners manual. You change it when your vehicle reaches that mileage. You did not list make, model, & year so I cannot tell you the mileage at which it should be changed. Warning: If your engine is an interference engine and the belt breaks you will have serious engine damage.
These are maintenance items like changing motor oil, rotating wheels and tuneups. They should be done at recommended intervals to maximise vehicle performance and reduce wear.
It should appear in the little window at the bottom of the speedometer dial. Next to it there should be a push switch to change from odometer mileage to "trip" mileage.
There is not set mileage to change the chain. It should last the life of the engine.
For Peugeot 206 1.6 petrol, cambelt change should be done every 90000km or 6 years, whichever comes first.
Your employer should be telling you what the mileage is. At my place of employment, we get 50.5 cents a mile.
The handle is there to release the electric parking brake if it fails to release and sticks on. Lift the flap in the floor panel and pull the handle upwards, this should release the parking brake. You can then Drive the vehicle but note NO HANDBRAKE to park leave in gear with foot brake on before turning off the ignition. Otherwise you will have a runaway!!! Oh estimated cost to reset it all £500.00 or spondooolics!!!!!! NASTY Mr RENAULT!!!!
I have been quoted €250 by Sandyford Renault in Dublin for a replacement key for a 2004 Grand Scenic.