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Is your Renault Window fault driving you crazy? - The easy diy way to fix the fault

Guaranteed to fix the usual electrical window fault on the Renault Megane 2, Scenic 2 or Clio 3 built between 2002-2009 Find out more about the problem at www.renaultwindow.co.uk This clip shows the near side front door of the Megane II, and applies equally to the offside with little difference The same module is used for the offside and rear electric windows on the Megane 2 as well as the Scenic 2 and some versions of the Clio 3 Many Renault owners have experienced a problem with one or more of their car's electric windows. Vehicles affected include the Renault Megane, Scenic and Clio. The problem Often after a period of erratic or intermittent action, the window simply stops working, quite often in the open position. Problems may be experienced on any, or all, of the nearside or offside, front or rear door electric windows. The Cause: The cause can be either a mechanical or electrical fault. If, when pressing the up/down window switch, the motor can be heard to be running, or attempting to turn, the fault is almost certainly mechanical. Otherwise, no sound from the motor, or just a click from a relay, indicates an electrical fault, which mainly affects the Renault Megane II, Scenic II and Clio III. Mechanical failure can often be rectified by replacing a snapped steel cable, or plastic clip, or else the complete regulator assembly. There are numerous after market suppliers able to supply these at reasonable cost. Electrical failure is usually caused by damage to the ...

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