Renault Clio: Engine wiring: Connector access

I - LOCATION OF CONNECTORS

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

K4J or K4M

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

D4F

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

F4R

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

M4R

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

II - ACCESS TO CONNECTORS

IMPORTANT

Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and operation recommendations before carrying out any repair (see 88A, Wiring harness, Wiring: Precautions for the repair, 88A-5).

WARNING

To prevent damaging the connectors, consult the disconnection procedure (see Connector: Disconnection and reconnection) (Technical Note 6015A, 88A, Wiring).

1 - Access to the R 67 connectors

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

2 - Access to the R 37 connector

K4J or K4M

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

D4F

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

F4R

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

3 - Access to the R 235 connector

D4F

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

4 - Access to the R 20 and R 24 connectors

M4R

Renault Clio. Engine wiring

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