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The check injection warning is bascially a engine management fault..so it could be any number of problems on the engine, emissions etc..ideally you would need to have it plugged in diagnostically the determine what fault codds you have before making any further checks..if you can see what these codes are..even if you have small code reader then you can come back here with them and i'll try and help further...
The other faults with water trapped in the scuttle area are quite common..normally you need to remove the entire scuttle panel so you need to remove the wipers and access the drain holes and clear them out..they have rubber bungs so you either remove them or open them up further to allow the water to drain..if however the trapped water has seeped ito the cabin..then you'll need to check the floors arent wet too.also locate your pollen cabin filter as this could be wet too causing the mouldy smell to enter the cabin when the fans or A/C is used..hope this helps
How long have you had this car for?
What details did they give you regarding the last diagnostic test? what codes?
Ok..the scuttle area is whats under the wiper arms..this take rain water running down from the windscreen..into the scuttle drain area which then drains out under the car..of course over time..the drain holes become blocked and thus you then get the rain water building up,so its not so much of Renault dealer problem as this type of problem can amount on any car..and usually you know if water has got into the car when your windscreen mists up...if its saturated the floors then it must of been bad..you should of been lifting carpets to get all that water out..using carpet wash machine to suck the water out from the underlay/carpets etc..check wiring harness under these for problems or water ingress too any control modules located under these and probably accounted for the mass list of fault codes..they need to look at these codes to trace the issue down
I understand what your saying here..but i can only advise what should be done here...if the windows are misting up then the same problem has occurred again.. you'll need to get the scuttle panel off and the drains cleared out..obviously this hasnt been done previously properly or any preventative measures made to ensure the problem doesnt reoccur! thats the main cause here.. like i say above water or moisture has likely got into the electrics/mian fuse panel.has anyone checked that? .thus resulting in the instrument panel acting like it has..they should be doing a complete check on this,obviously got into the intake duct in which the pollen fiter is located so it could be saturated too! ..the codes or the check injection could confrim that and the move towards a permanet repair..
Yeah..i mean all these codes are communication problems..consitant to water ingress into main fuse panel, ecu/bcm..id say if they was to check this..they could run tests with a wiring diagram on the ABS system U0121 code and trace that down to as why its lost comms..that way once they find that out or trace it back and all other items above all go to the same panel which they probably do..then its pretty much diagnosed from there..i would say if it was me id of taken the entire fuse panel out and left in a warm area to dry out over night.and then refit to see if its resolved the next morning..plus ensure corrosion hasnt set into the multiplug connectors and pins to these main panels due to previous moisture ingress...But sadly yes you'll need to find out if what codes are set now..it may not be the same ones it could be something entirely differant..thats what im saying....the scuttle area can be accessed..by removeing the wipers and then remove the plastic panel below the windscreen..then you'll have access to it..the pollen filter is part of the heater box..you should get access if i remember correctly..in from the left of the clutch pedal..side of the heater box