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Pretty much as the title says, just wondering what sort of readings I should be looking for when I start servicing it in the next week or so?

Borrowed a compression tester off the mothers fella, seems like its seen better days, so will no doubt be purchasing one in the next couple of weeks to add to the overflowing garage.

It will definately come in handy, as I now have a Clio thats snapped the Cam Belt and bent a couple of pistons...very nice!
 

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Thanks Ronnie, always on hand when required :)

Going off topic: Just started stripping down the Clio, had to clear a space in the overflowing garage to be able to work on it in the warm(very ish!!) dry.. It happens to be a 1998 S Reg 1.2 16v.

Now to go off on a total tangent..Any good with Jet Ski's? haha
 

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Thanks Ronnie, always on hand when required :)

Going off topic: Just started stripping down the Clio, had to clear a space in the overflowing garage to be able to work on it in the warm(very ish!!) dry.. It happens to be a 1998 S Reg 1.2 16v.

Now to go off on a total tangent..Any good with Jet Ski's? haha
Nope :rofl

Good luck with the Renault :hihi

When you get the head off check the valve guides out as it "may" have cracked them :frown
 
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