Renault has developed a diagnosis system called Valise Clip. Hooked up to the car through OBD2 connector, it runs a complete test automatically, checking a series of parameters and identifying problems that can then be solved.
In 2004, Renault brought out a simplified version of Valise Clip called easyClip. It is used to configure a car's
electronic components and to carry out a series of preliminary checks, such as adjusting the xenon headlamps or changing the
language of the on-board computers. To round out this set of tools, Renault has developed the Remote Clip, which allows technicians
in the Renault Assistance network to operate the Clip computer from a distance. Available in 11 European countries, this
system makes it easier for the garage mechanic and Renault technicians to work together.