I have a renault laguna 2.2 dci 04 Model.
Country: United KingdomMake: RenaultModel: LagunaYear: 2002Engine: DCI 2.2
Hello and Welcome to justanswer..Can you please give me both the full reg number and VIN ( long number on the screen or plate inside door ) ...so that I can help you accurately with your concern...You have it listed as an 02 and an 04...Too, did the garage say what exact amount ( litres ) they actually put in?Please type your reply here... When I receive it, I will get back to you asap thereafter - Kind Rgds, MIKE.........................................
The full reg is RX04 JTY. It is definitely 04 I bought it from new.
Hello again Stuart, Thats fine thank you -and thats the VIN yes.. I have your vehicle now - a Blue Laguna.Actually Stuart yes, this is a known issue with these -and some others...but the sensor is usually the culprit and needs to be renewed. You need to ensure that the garage put the correct amount of oil in to be sure its safe - ie, no risk of being really low / etc... The correct amount of oil for this engine is 5.7 if it has a Dpf system ( diesel particulate filter ) or 5.4 if not. ( if you are unsure, you need to ask them what they have done)But at least for now , until you get a new sensor fitted, that is the best way forward for you...
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34 years of vehicle repair / diagnostics
Hello again Stuart..Thank you for your reply..In that case yes and in fact, I always advocate to have the oil level between the low and max on turbo diesels. This is so because when oil gets hot it tends to rise.. if the oil has been over filled, even slightly, when hot the turbo can suck and pick up the oil from the sump causing the engine to wildly run away with itself as it power away fed with the oil - running on the oil -and you can switch off -because the engine management system loses control then. This is actually a common problem with the Renault range of engines among others. So yes do that ..and again I would always suggest have it as stated above - its safe there.You will be fine going to France with all that you have told me yes. I hope that all helps & puts your mind at rest...Best Rgds., MIKE.... You know where I am if you ever need anything - Please dont forget to click the Ok service or higher for me rating now, as thats how Im credited for helping you - Thank you in advance for that..... KInd Rgds, MIKE.