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renaultbiler
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« Reply #15 on: February 02, 2008, 08:29:27 pm »

Perhaps not the right thread but since we have already been on the subject spark plugs i did them on my Espace 3.0 today - and changed them all fine without lowering the engine.

I've posted some pictures on my forum: http://www.renaultbiler.no/forum/viewtopic.php?id=2736
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1980 Alpine A-310 w/GTA 2.5 V6 Turbo
2000 Grand Espace V6 24v Initiale: http://www.renaultbiler.no/forum/viewtopic.php?id=2529
2000 Scenic RXi 2.0 16v IDE aut DP0: http://www.renaultbiler.no/forum/viewtopic.php?id=3751
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RafnaTyr
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« Reply #16 on: February 09, 2008, 08:25:43 pm »

Hi everyone!

Thanks for all the input I recieved, I'm so glad for all the help I got!
I can inform everyone that I solved the problem finally, I bought a Grand Espace 2,0 16v -00 with stick shift, then I won't have to worry about reparing the gear box in the same way, also, this 2,0 engine is suposed to be very low on gas, even lower then the 2,2 i -95 I have, even though it's bigger. So, I'm very, very happy with my new car, love it... it's one problem though, and I started a new topic about it.
It's the electrical instrument problem, the instrument is dead.... the light works, but not the instrument. Pleace, if anyone have any idea pleace respond to my new topic, I would realy appreciate that.

Sincearly,
/Eje
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 - || Espace J63 1995 2,2i || - Soon up for sale
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José V. Gavilá
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« Reply #17 on: February 20, 2008, 08:58:18 pm »

Hi Tom,

Perhaps not the right thread but since we have already been on the subject spark plugs i did them on my Espace 3.0 today - and changed them all fine without lowering the engine.

I've posted some pictures on my forum: http://www.renaultbiler.no/forum/viewtopic.php?id=2736

GREAT INFO  Cheesy !!!. I had the plugs changed in my V6 24V Espace on last big engine job, but it is great to know you can do it without lowering the engine. Brilliant!!!

Now a question... you mention the clip... is it a kind of ODB diagnostic tool?. If so, I am very interested on it. Please, let me know. Thanks!

Regards,

JOSE
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JOSE V. GAVILA
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renaultbiler
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« Reply #18 on: February 20, 2008, 10:00:15 pm »

The CLIP is the original dealer diagnostic tool - expencive piece, but dealers around here are both expencive and "useless" so i got hold of my own complete CLIP Technic pack on trolley + one CLIP to carry around Smiley
Pictures only shows the CLIP with CAN
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1980 Alpine A-310 w/GTA 2.5 V6 Turbo
2000 Grand Espace V6 24v Initiale: http://www.renaultbiler.no/forum/viewtopic.php?id=2529
2000 Scenic RXi 2.0 16v IDE aut DP0: http://www.renaultbiler.no/forum/viewtopic.php?id=3751
1982 R20TX 2.2
Service Online: www.servicehefte.net/servdata/?cid=qqkX
José V. Gavilá
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« Reply #19 on: February 20, 2008, 10:30:10 pm »

Hi Tom,

The CLIP is the original dealer diagnostic tool - expencive piece, but dealers around here are both expencive and "useless" so i got hold of my own complete CLIP Technic pack on trolley + one CLIP to carry around Smiley
Pictures only shows the CLIP with CAN

OK, thanks for the info. I think I should go a similar way... my dealer lifted me 5000 Euro on last repair and, well, it was not a great work  Embarrassed

I am Telecommunication Engineer but enjoy a lot mechanics and have done some work in my Citroen XM, ZX and some other cars and also on motorcycles, as my Yamaha FJ1200 or, before, on my Yamaha RD-350. So far, the Espace has been managed by others but I plan to get as much info as I can and do some works by myself.

Regards,

JOSE
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