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Renault Clio Speedo Not Working

1998 Renault Clio Problem

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CarRenault Clio
Year1998
OwnerMEL&HEA
Posted02/05/2008


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The Problem:

Please can someone help, i have just bought a renault clio for my partner, but the speedo is faulty, it stop's and start's, I have tried to get in to it and have sprayed the connection with WD40, trying to clean what i could, but as there is no wire am confussed as to what could be causing this problem. It does not have a speed to which it stops working or starts working again, it's just pleasing itself just now, and am gettin ear ach fae the misses about it, can some please help.

Thanks





Solution 1


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these are electronic so there is no speedo wire and i would say that the speedo clocks are faulty if you brought the car from a trader then take it back as you should have warranty but failing that you could take it to the dealer and see if they can reprogramme it





Posted on Monday 5th of May 2008

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Solution 2


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there is a speedo pick up on your vehicle and it's located to the rear of the gearbox it is a three pin plug which is black in colour both the connector and the sensor play up at times but try to clean the connector first





Posted on Wednesday 28th of May 2008

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Solution 3


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Exactly the same as the problem I had. Speedo just kept stopping and starting of its own will. Turned out to be the speed sensor on the gearbox.

Cost about 25 from Renault Dealer. Located centrally behind the engine in the top of the gearbox. Remove the air filter to get a bit of room. It had a small heat shield clipped to the side to protect it from the exhaust, just pull this off. The sensor is a bit difficult to get off. it has two locating lugs which are accessible through two small holes on either side of the entry spigot. Use a couple of screwdrivers to depress them and pull up with your third hand? for 25 I felt it was better to try this first than taking into a garage. I was right.






Posted on Tuesday 10th of June 2008

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