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  1. R-Link update due 1st May 18

    Yes, finally.
  2. R-link 2 2.2.19.300

    Seems that developer mode still available: http://www.forumkadjar.it/download/file.php?id=2066
  3. R-link 2 2.2.19.300

    On German Kadjar forum this report has been posted (Google translated):
  4. R-link 2 2.2.19.300

    Very interesting. Any hint about it, please?
  5. Same there. For some reason it configured that way.
  6. My Kadjar helping me doing the things I enjoy

    Yes, I drove backwards to cottage to make it easier to go back later
  7. My Kadjar helping me doing the things I enjoy

    Of course ...
  8. How do you use start stop feature?

    After battery and one connector (I don't know exactly which) replacement by warranty I don't have any start/stop issues anymore.
  9. R-link 2 2.2.19.200

    Did you follow instructions, provided here? I've upgraded without any problem. It takes some time to starting actions after inserting USB stick (couple of minutes).
  10. Update r-link

    http://renaultkadjarforum.co.uk/topic/4072-r-link-2-2219200/
  11. 2.2.17.803 boot4992 to boot 5327

    Same there - today version upgraded to 2.2.18.590, but boot version remains old. As result maps 2016.12 becomes available to download.
  12. How do you use start stop feature?

    Already did. They resume: 1) I have too short trips and battery constantly discharge. Thus I have to periodically charge it with external charger. 2) CLIP diagnostic didn't show any errors and battery test was OK. 3) Stupid consumer and dealer always smart I don't know how to exactly determine "short trip". I have usually 2 times per week 2x50km trips and rest of weekdays a little bit shorter ones (10-15km). I'm going to do own independent tests by Renault official instructions. Like this: Checking the current delivered by the alternator Engine running. Warm engine. All consumers switched off. Put a current clamp on the connection In which range is the current delivered by the alternator? Less than 5 A Replace the alternator. Between 5 A and 35 A Go on to the next step. >>>>>>> Greater than 35 A Check that there are no electrical components consuming an abnormal amount of current. Disconnect the fuses one by one. Comparing the current delivered by the alternator with and without electrical consumers switched on Engine running. Warm engine. Put a current clamp on the connection Switch on all of the consumers (main beam headlights, de-icing, passenger compartment ventilation),then record the "I2" current delivered by the alternator. Switch off all of the consumers, then record the "I1" current delivered by the alternator. Compare the two values measured. What is the obtained result? "I2" greater than "I1 + 5 A" Go on to the next step. >>>>>>> "I2" less than "I1 + 5 A" Replace the alternator.
  13. How do you use start stop feature?

    Yes, as I wrote, I think it's a design flaw. I only managed to use start-stop for a few days after charging battery with an external charger.
  14. No. I just bought them from e-bay and installed at the winter tires rims. They start working automagically. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VDO-Tire-Pressure-TPMS-Sensor-Fits-LADA-NISSAN-RENAULT-Megane-MPV-407004CB0A/162625762874?fits=Car+Make%3ARenault&epid=2166236563&hash=item25dd40363a:g:t~IAAOSwiqtZjEOh