Why does My lagunas engine seizes time and again. Its a 2liter 16valve engine.

Asked by Jan 20, 2014 at 01:10 AM about the 1999 Renault Laguna

Question type: Maintenance & repair

At times when driving .you accelerate you feel as
if the car is dragging or heavy.

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Interesting fault? More info needed. Try this - when your car is doing this fault what is happening on the dash display, are you getting any lights coming on namely the engine management warning lamp, what is the coolant temp reading, what is the oil level display showing. When the fault happens try depressing the clutch pedal or knocking the auto into neutral and then rev, the engine should rev freely. Come back to me with some details.

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I have renault leguna mk2 2.0L RUNING heavy before I have done the timings belt I have changed all parts required including pulley came shaft . Now it go like car fast at take of

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