Renault Clio: Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

K9K, and 764 or 766 or 768

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION

M4R

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION

F4R

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

If there is an internal leak in the coolant-oil exchanger resulting in a coolant-oil mixture, you will need to:

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

Note: Watch out for coolant outflow.

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

Note: Watch out for the outflow of engine oil.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION

K9K, and 772

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION

K9K, and 750 or 752

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION

D4F, and 784 or 786

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

Renault Clio. Oil-coolant heat exchanger: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION.

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