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Renault Megane Petrol and Diesel 2002 - 2005 Haynes Owners Service and Repair Manual
UK Manual of the Renault Megane Petrol & Diesel 2002 - 2005 Haynes Owners Service & Repair Manual covers: 2nd generation Megane launched in Europe in 2002 and introduced to Australia in December 2003.
Petrol Engines covered:
Diesel Engines covered:
DOES NOT cover 2.0 litre (1998cc) petrol models or features specific to Coup or Cabriolet models.
Inside this manual you will find: Routine Maintenance, tune-up procedures, engine repair, cooling and heating, air-conditioning, fuel and exhaust, emissions control, ignition, brakes, suspension and steering, electrical systems and wiring diagrams.
Haynes repair manuals can save you money on maintenance and repair bills. Step-by-step procedures and illustrations guide you through every job, from basic maintenance and troubleshooting, to complete teardown & rebuild.
The Renault Megane works as a small family car put together by the French automaker Renault since 1995. It is offered in 3- and 5-door hatchback, saloon, coupe, convertible and estate bodystyles. The Renault Scénic (launched 1996) stands out as a first modern compact MPV that have to be built in Europe, and is depending on the Megane floorpan.
The Megane II was already released in September 2002, and marked a completely fresh start. Two of the cars bear very little resemblance, the new vehicle having been inspired by the chosen manufacturer's new design language first seen included in the Avantime. The brand new Megane was voted European Car on the market for 2003, fighting off stiff competition from Japan's Mazda 6 and PSA's Citroën C3, and achieved a 5-star safety rating active in the EuroNCAP crash tests, the very first small family car to complete this.
Megane II effectively as the Laguna were both showcases to enjoy a lot of innovative technologies Renault launched at the outset of the 2000s; the Renault Card keyless ignition system, standard located on the Megane II, would have been a first this sort of class as well as since been widely adopted. Similarly, choosing a panoramic glass sunroof is another area in the course of Renault led where others followed.
In Brazil, Renault launched a flex-fuel version, called "Hi-Flex", that is certainly in a position run either with unleaded gasoline (petrol) or ethanol. Like the Brazilian Scénic and Clio versions, the Megane's engine can work with any mix of gasoline and ethanol, with the use connected with an electronic control module. The flex version consists of a 16V 109 hp (110 PS) (113 hp (115 PS) with ethanol) 1.6-litre inline-four engine developed and produced in Brazil, having said that the 2.0-litre version just isn't going to allow ethanol use, because its engine is designed to be in France.
Just as with the previous Megane, the product range of models is wide; the good news is three and five door hatchback available, named "Sport Hatch" and "Hatch" respectively, you will discover a 4-door saloon/sedan (Sport Saloon), a five-door estate (Sport Tourer / Grandtour), and also to replace both the Megane Coupe and Convertible, a new retractable hardtop coupe designed by Karmann.