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Dear customer, these problems although they do not seem common are common.The currents that always remain in operation even with the car off are known as parasitic currents, they are currents that gradually drain the batteries For some reason are directly powered by the voltage of the battery. To sorted out this, first, you have to do is check all the fuses and the relays, removing them off one by one until this light goes off when you observe that when you remove the relay the light goes off, you have to replace the relay because it is unfortunately defective and it does not regulate the voltage. If you note that there is no relay causing this problem you will have to disarm the board and search the entire light circuit until you get to the controller which can be on the switch or directly to the battery and correct it.Dear Customer, Is your inquire clear or is there anything else i could do for you?my goal is to give you the best advice I can and I hope that I've helped today. Please remember to rate my service by selecting from the 5 stars at the top of the screen before you leave.Regards, Sebastian.
Of course dear customer. I will attach you a reference video link where you will see it, it may vary a little bit.https://es.carcarekiosk.com/video/2003_Renault_Megane_Authentique_1.5L_4_Cyl._Turbo_Diesel/fusible_interior/cambio