Question about 2005 Peugeot 307 SW
Water in the passenger side
Possibly the Heater Core is leaking. They are located on passenger side under the dash.
Posted on Apr 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
usually you should do it for peugeot diesel at 122000 miles along with water pump and the tensioner roller that runs under the cambelt too. But to be on the safe side do it at 100000 and save the fortune.
It took me (DIY job) about 6-8 hours as i wanted to save 450 pounds.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Look on the driver side and locate the button for adjusting the front headlight(height adjustment control for headlights). Underneath that button somewhere is a plastic screw. Another hint that straight down below this screw there is a small lower dashboard box to keep your stuff. Turn this screw to 90 degree and then pull out this piece of dashboard cover (and your small dashboard box comes out too). There you can find the OBD connector.
Posted on May 14, 2010
These early OBD generic codes in peugeot cars have trivial meanings. For ECU types EDC15C0/C3, EDC16C3; Possible causes:
-Turbo failure. This fault can be attributed to turbo wastegate calibration. No physical fault with component but incorrect setting of wastegate, causing over boost under certain conditions. This fault code is also generated by diconnecting the sensor.
-Boost pressure sensor short circuit to+
-Clogged FAP (if applicable) could well generate a P0238 in connection with P0069.
could also be caused if the sensor was disconnected while the engine was running or if you fitted a tuning box and override a little on the settings.
Just clear the DTCs with the help of scanner and give your car a try, may be it'll help you.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
SOURCE: peugeot 307 1.6
peugeot and citreon cars do bite high generaly, it is hydaulic there is no adjustment. but it also depends on how high it is ?? does it slip if you slightly rest your foot on whilst driving?? they do have a problem with the bearings going through the cover as it is the same bearing as a HDI . but you woud notice this as a different problem. ie noise or vibration on pedal. call me for more info .. paul @ the clutch centre..01527 64440 07790438337
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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