Renault Clio: Pressure at end of compression: Check

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Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

Note: The pressure value after compression must be at least 18 bar.

D4F

Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

CHECK

I - PREPARATION OPERATION FOR CHECK

Note: Use a petrol compression gauge compatible with the special tools.

The petrol compression gauge must be equipped with a universal end piece (rubber), or a gaz 1/4 thread bolt.

Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

II - TEST OPERATION

Note: It is necessary to wait for at least 10 seconds before starting the engine each time (the starter will not run due to its thermal protection).

III - FINAL OPERATION

Note: If the engine does not start, run command VP037: STOP FUEL SUPPLY INHIBITION using the Diagnostic tool or switch off the ignition and wait 1 min before starting the engine again.

K4M

Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

CHECK

I - PREPARATION OPERATION FOR CHECK

Renault Clio. Pressure at end of compression: Check

II - TEST OPERATION

Note: It is necessary to wait for at least 10 seconds before starting the engine each time (the starter will not run due to its thermal protection).

III - FINAL OPERATION

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