RENAULT CLIO repair manuals

Repair manuals and video tutorials on RENAULT CLIO

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DIY RENAULT CLIO repair

RENAULT CLIO maintenance and PDF repair manuals with illustrations

DIY RENAULT CLIO repair

Video tips and tutorials

  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front shock absorbers on RENAULT CLIO 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front brake discs and front brake pads on RENAULT CLIO 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front suspension arm on RENAULT CLIO 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front wiper blades on RENAULT CLIO 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace Front stabilizer bushes on RENAULT CLIO 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace Front Anti Roll Bar Link on RENAULT CLIO 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace Air Filter on RENAULT CLIO 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace oil filter and engine oil on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front brake discs / front brake rotors on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front anti roll bar link / front drop link on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front suspension arm / front control arm on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace rear wheel bearing / rear hub bearing on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace pollen filter / cabin filter on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace a front shock strut on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace front springs / front coil springs on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • Video-instructions for your RENAULT CLIO
    How to replace rear shock absorber on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65)  [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
RENAULT service and maintenance manuals

DIY repair and maintenance of your Renault Clio

Engine

  • Fuel injectors of diesel engines on Clio III cars (SB, SR) break down after 100,000 km. Install new parts if you notice excessive smoke, unstable engine operation when warming up, or a sharp increase of rpm. You’ll need to visit a garage for this, as new injectors require adjustment. Another sign of defective fuel injectors is an increase in the motor oil level. Check the oil level and condition regularly, and replace it at scheduled intervals. You can do this yourself with the help of our illustrated PDF manual on Renault Clio repair.
  • The lower mounts of 1.5- and 1.9-litre engines installed on Clio II cars (BB, CB) are wear parts. Replace them if you hear knocking from under the bonnet when starting and braking. You can do this yourself in your garage.

Transmission

  • On Clio II cars (BB, CB) the manual transmission gear lever loses its leak-tightness fast. The defect can be detected by leaks and the smell of oil in the cabin. Installation of a new seal requires demounting of the unit, which is why this job should be performed by specialists. You can replace transmission oil yourself – simply use our step-by-step video tutorial on Renault Clio repair.
  • The pressure adjusting valve of the automatic transmission hydraulic torque converter can break. In this case the transmission fluid level decreases, causing the car to jerk when shifting gears. This problem needs to be fixed by a professional mechanic.

Steering

  • Steering rods last no longer than 50,000 km. You can notice they’ve worn out if the steering wheel is not responding properly and the vehicle’s roadholding worsens. We recommend you download our video tutorial and install new parts by following the manual on Renault Clio repair and maintenance step by step. Check the wheel alignment angles when you’ve finished working on the car.
  • A leak can occur in the hydraulic steering booster. Most often this happens in an oil pressure sensor socket. A sign of this is unusual sounds when you turn the steering wheel. Our tip: replace the sensor if it can not be fastened properly. Don’t forget to check the level of oil in the hydraulic steering booster tank regularly.

Suspension

  • The mount bearings of the front axle shock struts tend to break down early. You’ll notice knocking sounds when you drive over bumps or irregularities in the road. Watch our video guide on Renault Clio DIY repair and maintenance to find out how to replace the components properly.
  • Stabilizer links of Clio III cars (SB, SR) have a short working lifespan. Mount new parts if the car rolls severely when turning and braking, or tends to swerve.