Clio trouble

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aquaspark
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Clio trouble

Post by aquaspark » 25 Aug 2002, 06:51

Well we done it again,just bough another French motor, <img src=icon_smile_clown.gif border=0 align=middle> (the other is a BX TZD) the only problem all the hand books are missing, does anyone know where I can get one,or can somebody help with a copy/download. Also are there any good web site for Renualt and especially the Clio.
Model is a Clio 1.4 RT Automatic
1993 Phase 1
Thanks
Glenn <img src=icon_smile.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Post by brun » 28 Aug 2002, 00:09

have a look on www.renaultsportsclub.co.uk mate
ask on the forums there
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Post by aquaspark » 30 Aug 2002, 04:38

Hi Brun
Thanks for that will give it a go. Any ideas about sticking 14" wheels on to raise the car slighly.
Glenn [D:]
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Post by sandy39170 » 15 Oct 2002, 03:22

Hi
I have a 93 Clio 1.4RT. It is a manual but i do have all the hand books etc if they're of any help let me know.
Also, I have put a set of 15" on my car but I have dropped the tyres to 45's. They don't make must difference to the hight but do make the car look better as they fill the arches more.
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Post by handman » 19 Oct 2002, 01:11

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Hi Brun
Thanks for that will give it a go. Any ideas about sticking 14" wheels on to raise the car slighly.
Glenn [D:]

<hr height=1 noshade id=quote></BLOCKQUOTE id=quote></font id=quote><font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" size=2 id=quote>sandy is correct when you change your wheels to a larger diameter you should change the tyre profile - if you dont you will get an wrong speedo reading and alter the way the car handles , check the data at the place where you baught the wheels they will give you the correct tyre size, of course if you baught them from some one the ask the dealers or some one like that i am sure they will be happy to give you the info
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