Renault Clio: Fuel flow: Check

D4F or K4J or K4M or M4R

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

IMPORTANT

During this operation, be sure to:

IMPORTANT

Wear goggles with side protectors for this operation.

IMPORTANT

Wear leaktight gloves (Nitrile type) for this operation.

WARNING

To avoid any corrosion or damage, protect the areas on which fuel is likely to run.

CHECK

K4J

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

K4M

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

D4F, and 740 or 742 or 764

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

D4F, and 784 or 786

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

M4R

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

 

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

Note: The flow reading should be 80 to 120 l/h.

F4R

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

IMPORTANT

This procedure must be carried out with the ignition off.

IMPORTANT

During this operation, be sure to:

IMPORTANT

Wear gloves during this operation.

IMPORTANT

Wear goggles with side protectors for this operation.

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION BEFORE CHECK

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

II - FUEL FLOW CHECK

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

Note: The flow reading should be 80 to 120 l/h.

III - FINAL OPERATION

Renault Clio. Fuel flow: Check

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