After 12 days of the vehicle being in dealership having the charger unit replaced.
Eventually returned, now looks like a new problem and someone please say it’s a setting issue and does not need to be returned to dealership.
Driving early hours off morning, before switching lights on the dash board is nice and illuminated, then put headlights on dashboard goes very dim.
I drove in daylight and put lights on (like its raining), you can not see the speedo, battery etc.
Rang dealership and they can’t not help over phone and it needs to be booked in.
As I was reading this I thought “dimmer” to myself and I don’t even have our zoe yet, are these Renault dealers really as useless as they sound? You would think the dimmer would be the first thing they mentioned on the phone, unless the warrantee work is too profitable to them?
I’ve just hit this problem too and the above info saved me a trip to the Renault dealer – thank you.
However please note that the dashboard button overrides the R-Link setting.
So try adjusting it with the button first.
This also means it’s dead easy to accidentally change the illumination button when you were actually after something else (pedestrian alarm mute for example).
Thanks Trevor, sorry if it appears I didn’t get back to you but I tried to send a detailed message which doesn’t seem to have gone anywhere. I find it difficult to sign it for some reason most times.
Anyway the charger in question is BP solar /charge master installed way back in 2013.