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Need help with Renault Laguna (03 reg)

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My dad's just rung and asked me to ask if anybody here can help. Yesterday driving home from mine his car started running a bit sick, just about got him home. Starting it up today, it starts fine but… Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
My dad's just rung and asked me to ask if anybody here can help.
Yesterday driving home from mine his car started running a bit sick, just about got him home. Starting it up today, it starts fine but won't rev?And wont move anywhere. The management light isn't on either.
Any ideas anyone?
Thanks x
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Petrol / Diesel ?

Miles on the clock ?

Last service ?
#2
Close all the windows and restart it.
#3
guilbert53
Petrol / Diesel ?

Miles on the clock ?

Last service ?


its a 1.9 diesel(dci) with 150 on the clock, had a new turbo fitted 4mths ago, last service about 3mnths ago
1 Like #4
could be a prob with the engine management system - communicating to the engine from the pedal - it will be electronic rather than the old trusty throttle cable - could be just a loose wire - or an electronic fault - you will need to take it to a garage - electronic faults like this are very common with renaults
1 Like #5
Try unplugging the MAF

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#6
ciaozammer
could be a prob with the engine management system - communicating to the engine from the pedal - it will be electronic rather than the old trusty throttle cable - could be just a loose wire - or an electronic fault - you will need to take it to a garage - electronic faults like this are very common with renaults


Have just told him that, thanks :thumbsup:

jtx
Try unplugging the MAF

http://i19.ebayimg.com/02/i/000/c6/98/7e89_1.JPG

Just sending him the picture to see if he knows what it is, thanks :thumbsup:
#7
As Louise b said try unplugging air flow meter! have one of these cars myself and had the same problem.Once unplugged car will still drive ok but a bit less responsive.Cost to replace air flow meter around £150 !!!!
#8
French car with problems, whatever next :lol:

An oldie, disconnect the battery for a few minutes. Makes sure you have the radio code first though.
#9
Well what was it?
#10
jtx
Well what was it?

I think he said in the end it was the fuel filter?
Thanks for all of your help guys x
#11
problem with receiving gas...help me!
#12
Alexandar
problem with receiving gas...help me!


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