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on 18 January 2014
As already mentioned by Jordan, this is a common fault with Clio's, so you'd be lucky if you didn't have to replace this switch at some stage if you own a fairly old car.
The good news is that you can buy it reasonably cheap without having to go through the 'genuine parts' route. This Hazard Warning light switch is a good price and was delivered well within the time frame given by Amazon.
Fitting is simple enough: Just prize the old switch out with a screwdriver (being careful not to damage the dash), pull out the plug (which has a clip on it to prevent it just pulling loose while in situ), You must keep hold of the plug & cable at this point or it may dissapear behind the dash panel, refit the plug to the new switch & push the switch back in it's hole. That's it - you now have hazard warning lights again.
The switch has a built-in light, which flashes to indicate your hazards are on.
For the price, this is a quality product - easily as good as a genuine Renault part (it may not have the longevity of a genuine part, but if it last you 5 - 10 years, you'll have had your money's worth).
Highly recommended & essntial switch for those who require it.