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|07-06-2020 02:25 PM|
Hi hoping someone can help.
My 2015 Twingo Dynamique has a speaker issue (of course). The issue is that the radio will cut and a jarring noise will start and it doesn’t stop. I can turn the radio off, turn the car off and lock it and this jarring buzzing noise will continue from the speakers. It only stops after about 20 minutes but I have to leave the car, if I’m driving it’ll continue. Depending how loud I have the stereo is how loud the noise is and this happens with the radio or Bluetooth on.
It’s completely random and happens every 3-5 months but I’m scarred to use the stereo because I never know when it’s coming next.
I’ve been to a few garages but none have been able to give me any answers as no error displays and the noise always stops just before I manage to get to a garage for them to hear it in action.
Anyone got any idea? I bought my Twingo second hand and is no longer in warranty.
|11-03-2018 03:27 PM|
Cannot stand the radio restart problem!!!!!!!!!
I bought a used Twingo 2011 (Yahoo edition). First, it was a surprise that the car misses too many things with no excuse, like km/hr indication, temperature, temperature outside etc. While it has a good bluetooth etc. Anyway.
MY ULTIMATE problem is the radio which restarts like 6 times per 15 km. What is going on? Inititally, I thought it was the Bluetooth connection that causes the corruption but not. Cannot do anything and cannot find many similar issues online. You are my only chance. Especially you Turbo, did you fix it? Do you know how?
Thanks a lot
|08-21-2017 04:16 PM|
|08-18-2017 10:59 AM|
I have a Twingo Dynaminque S 90 TCE with all the whistles and bells and from day one have had issues with the battery not holding it's charge. Quite often I go to start the car and it's dead. The RAC have told me this is an issue with the battery itself and possibly the Start/Stop which never works. Renault have told me to stop using the climate control and turn the R-Link system as they use power. What is the point of paying for these extra's if I can't use them. They are going to look at it again on Tuesday and yet again want it for the whole day, which means as a community nurse I can't work (trying to get a courtesy car is nigh on impossible) Has anyone else experienced this issue?
|08-09-2017 05:48 PM|
Another fault I've had is that during hot weather there is a loud creaking, banging sound coming from the drivers footwell when breaking and a feeling of vibration through the steering wheel. This only happens in hot weather and has been identified by the dealership as a suspension issue, a large section of which is being replaced on Friday after a two month wait for the parts.
I was initially really happy with my cute little car but after owning two Fiat 500's that never once needed to go to the garage I'm already getting fed up with the inconvenience, especially as I have to insure their courtesy car through my insurance company. I've had part ex quotes against other cars and have lost almost 2000 in 6 months. I'll never buy a French car again!!
|05-19-2017 09:43 AM|
What was the final outcome for everyone else on this thread? Still got your Twingos and issues or has one or other sorted?
|05-01-2017 07:34 PM|
Interesting article here:
So is the Twingo fitted with DAB or DAB+ ?
I notice on the Scenic you can see Software Version of Audio installed (it does not have DAB) - but no such notice on the Twingo interface - so how do you update the software?
Also curious to know if this workaround works?:
Whilst on the topic of faults, does anyone experience the rear windscreen wiper coming on when putting car into reverse gear? This should only happen when windscreen wipers are on and it happens when it is off. Dealer has stated that it is a known issue that can't be resolved due to a 'ghost in the machine'!
|02-13-2017 03:34 PM|
the dealer says they don't see a lot problems with Twingo, so what I don't get is why has my particular car having so many issues and why does it need a bespoke software update ..... surely if the cars contain the same parts and are made in the same factory these faults would be commonplace
I still don't have it back either as of today
|02-03-2017 04:25 AM|
Nightmare indeed, it sounds like you've been really unlucky with that particular car.
At least the dealer and Renault UK are stepping up and doing what they can to fix it.
|02-02-2017 08:37 AM|
Touching on some of what has been said so far in the thread
I bought my Twingo Dynamique S TCE in August last year. It is an ex demonstrator & had all the extras fitted - electric roof, climate control, auto lights/ wipers, Sat Nav & Reversing Camera, Heated Seats - & I thought I had really won a watch.
In November started to get the toxic fuel warning light & the car became very jittery when driving. Dealer replaced one of the exhaust sensors and I got the car back. Couple of weeks later same thing again & dealer replaced the other sensor on the exhaust. Car still felt a bit funny to drive at times but in the main was OK.
In December just before Christmas the orange spanner light came on when I was driving and the power seemed to half. I pulled over & phoned the dealer. They asked me to restart the car & if the car was driveable I could bring it in to them for a check & if not call Renault Assistance out, or carry on driving it if it felt ok. I started the car again & the orange light had gone so I continued using the car as normal for a couple of days. As the car was booked in for a service on 30/12 I thought any niggles would be ironed out then.
Come 29th December & the orange light came on again along with the red STOP light. I phoned Renault Assistance and the RAC guy came out & said that the spanner light/ red STOP seemed to be triggered by the air con kicking in. RAC guys laptop diagnostic check highlighted other issues 1 of which was engine speed sensor issue. After testing it with air con on/ off RAC guy asked me to drive to the dealers (1 mile) with the air con off. I did this & made it to the dealers & left it there with them for repair. RAC guy arranged for courtesy car through Enterprise. I got a phone call next day from the dealer advising problem fixed/ service completed & to come & collect car. Dealer advised fault caused by "debris" on a part of the engine (can't remember what part they said). Left the hire car at the dealer for Enterprise to collect and drove home.
I got Renault Customer Services involved at this stage (registered a complaint).
Next day 30th out in the Twingo & orange spanner/ red STOP came on. Called dealer & they asked me to drive to garage again if I could. Switched air con off & made it to the garage ok & phoned Renault Assistance to arrange another courtesy car & was told no courtesy car as I had made it to the garage myself ! Garage advised me I could leave it with them or I could go out & try & replicate the fault & then phone Renault Assistance again so that I could get a courtesy car (which I needed). Managed to replicate the fault (air con off), phoned RAC, drove to garage with them again & got second hire car.
On 5th January dealer contacted me to advise that fault was with main computer/ ecu & that a new part would have to be ordered from France. Part would arrive at garage on 10th January, would be fitted & then car thoroughly tested before being given back to me on Thursday 12th. I got a phone call on Thursday 12th to say car was ready to collect.
I was reluctant to take the car back at that point as I was due to fly out from Edinburgh Airport on Saturday 14th for a weeks holiday & didn't want to break down during the 35 mile journey to the airport, in case I missed my flight. Explained this to Renault Customer Services who agreed to extend courtesy car hire to 14th January & for me to drop car off at Edinburgh Airport Enterprise Office. Advised dealer re this & dealer stated they would test the car every day during the week I was away to make sure no issues & that car would be available to collect from them on 22/1.
Returned to UK on 21/1 and drove home from airport in another courtesy car (3rd) arranged by Renault Customer Services/ Enterprise. Went to dealers to collect car next day as arranged to find that car had broken down again the previous Wednesday during testing and that "something was corrupting the computer" and that a full download from the car would be sent to Renault technical for analysis.
Renault technical have advised the dealer that the car requires a software upgrade (which will take two weeks to write & test) & a full check of the wiring behind the dash. I asked why my car needs the upgrade & not every Twingo and wasn't really given an answer (just a lot of waffle). I am quite concerned about this.
Our current courtesy car hire has now been extended to 6/2.
Loved the Twingo when it was running well but as I say - nightmare.
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