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carl, Norfolk

Peugeot 307

Hi my 307 sw front indicators are playing up I have changed the bulbs cleaned the caseing managed to get the front right working but no such luck with the left any ideas?

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Had a problem with my left indicator on front not working, it would flash really fast on that side on the back of the car and on the dashboard but nothing at the front on that side. i cleaned bulb connections but couldnt get into the socket to clean it properly so instead of twisting the bulb fully into place i just gave it a half a turn inside the connector and it worked and still does 2 months later. it seems that the connector inside the indicator itself must have worn over time and not allow a connection Hope this helps. martyn from Devon

Submitted: 27/07/2014 20:25:46 | ID: 100455

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Gemma, Yorkshire

Peugeot 207 2007

I have started to get a warning light saying "STOP Oil pressure too low" on my 2007 Peugeot 207 with only 24,000 miles on the clock. When I am driving the car the light goes off but as soon as I stop the car it comes back on and starts bleeping. Does anyone know what is wrong with my car and is it a big job to fix? I will never buy a Peugeot again as I have already spent £700 on various things for this car that should not be happening at this age. Can anyone help?

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Hi Gemma, we had exactly the same problem. When we took it back to the garage, they said the head gasket had gone on the car. They changed this, we got it back and within 20 minutes, the same thing happened. It went back again and they discovered the wrong oil filter had been fitted. This was changed and it’s been fine since Simon Hoole from England

Hi, I too am having the same issue - only had the car since Saturday! Been in for a full service and all new filters etc, and again back in the garage - they think it’s a wiring problem and I shouldn’t worry. Kinda scary when it beeps at me though. Oil is all correct! Gemma from Northamptonshire

I have had the same problem for 3 years and still not resolved! Ive had the pressure switch changed 3 times,re-wiring, numerous oil changes and filter changes and its fine for about 3 months but then the cycle starts again.This time round I have now got a tapping noise coming from the engine alongside the warning coming on again. Its booked in with a peugot dealer next week so we'll see what they say..... Dave from West Yorkshire

I have had the same problem for 3 years and still not resolved! Ive had the pressure switch changed 3 times,re-wiring, numerous oil changes and filter changes and its fine for about 3 months but then the cycle starts again.This time round I have now got a tapping noise coming from the engine alongside the warning coming on again. Its booked in with a peugot dealer next week so we'll see what they say..... Dave from West Yorkshire

Submitted: 02/02/2011 09:45:52 | ID: 69554

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Dave Flett, Australia

Peugeot 307

Hi Team I recently purchased a 2003 307 auto for my daughter the auto seems to be a bit rough changing through the gears and revs stay at around 3000rpm when foot is taken of accelerator this drops to normal when at a stand. is this normal or would you advise to have the transmission looked at. Regards Dave

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Hi there, I have the same model/year of car, and i know it only has 4 gears. My car sits in 3rd gear when I go 50km/h and it will go 2000 rpm. The funny thing is, I have a tiptronic and when I go 55km/h I can change up to 4th gear and it will go 1500rpm. It's just the amount of gears in the car that is making the revs sit higher than other cars. I've taken to driving the car in manual mode because it's more economical.. Hope this helps. Ashleigh from New Zealand

Hi there, I have the same model/year of car, and i know it only has 4 gears. My car sits in 3rd gear when I go 50km/h and it will go 2000 rpm. The funny thing is, I have a tiptronic and when I go 55km/h I can change up to 4th gear and it will go 1500rpm. It's just the amount of gears in the car that is making the revs sit higher than other cars. I've taken to driving the car in manual mode because it's more economical.. Hope this helps. Ashleigh from New Zealand

Submitted: 10/07/2014 05:53:52 | ID: 99362

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Keith Richardson, Dorset

Peugeot 308 2009

I cannot for the life of me see how to remove the battery cover on my Peugeot 308? According to the manual it says:- Remove battery cover, then unclip fuse cover to remove battery, but I cannot see how this is done? (diesel 1.6)

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Try this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tELJO1BMSYY&list=UUDCRujTlqjHEp1ptHiusoeg Bernie from Lincolnshire

Try googling for the YouTube tutorials by Adrian Dragan, they're very interesting. Bernie from Lincolnshire

Submitted: 25/11/2013 12:29:03 | ID: 58584

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w oakes, West Midlands

Peugeot 206

My rear screen wiper starts working when I open the doors. Does anyone know why?

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Try checking the wiring loom that feeds the tailgate central locking and rear wiper etc, it's located inside the rubber boots near the hinges for the tailgate. The wires become damaged and the bare wires touch causing a feed to the wiper motor. Repair the wires and all will be well. Stuart Hales from East Riding of Yorkshire

Try checking the wiring loom that feeds the tailgate central locking and rear wiper etc, it's located inside the rubber boots near the hinges for the tailgate. The wires become damaged and the bare wires touch causing a feed to the wiper motor. Repair the wires and all will be well. Stuart Hales from East Riding of Yorkshire

Submitted: 17/07/2014 15:57:35 | ID: 99860

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Andy, West Midlands

Peugeot 307

I have a 55 plate 1.6 auto. Had it only a few days. Like the car , and pleased with it. I notice it has sports mode, and when I press it on you can tell from the revs it's in sports mode, my question is, is there no light or sign come on to tell you?? With auto's in the past it either shows on the dash or the "S" has a light on it...

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I'm driving a Peugeot 307 and every time I have to slow down using the clutch and brake the car stops and needs to be started again. What might the cause be? Rebecca Modibane from Aberdeenshire

Submitted: 23/07/2014 20:40:34 | ID: 100241

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don, South Africa

Peugeot 207

hi, i have a 2008 peugeot 207cc sport. can anyone tell me where the headlamp alignment adjusters are situated.? I need to raise the right side.

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Check the bulbs are seated the correct way up. The faulty one is probably the side that shines too high up when the knurled adjustment knob to the right of the steering wheel (RHD cars), on the dash, is set to 0. i.e., it's probably the left that's been put in upside down or not seated correctly. Jeremy from Suffolk

Check the bulbs are seated the correct way up. The faulty one is probably the side that shines too high up when the knurled adjustment knob to the right of the steering wheel (RHD cars), on the dash, is set to 0. i.e., it's probably the left that's been put in upside down or not seated correctly. Jeremy from Suffolk

Submitted: 11/06/2014 18:48:48 | ID: 97433

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Jeanie, Greater London

Peugeot 206

My 206CC 1.6 has had a new starter motor and new battery and recently my car has been turning over but won't spark up and start. When I get a push start it starts with no problems, then when I turn the key it's fine again. Then a few days go past and I get the same problem again, the car turns over but won't start but will start with a push start. Please can anybody help and advise? Many thanks, Jeanie, desperate 206CC lover. My car is manual year 2002 petrol car with 76,000 miles and has been looked after well

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if it It is backfiring it could be the spark plugs need changing or gaping or a cylinder has gone or ht lead problems CPU or even coil pack liam from Cardiff

Submitted: 13/07/2014 19:05:09 | ID: 99597

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Kathryn Blades, Yorkshire

Peugeot 207 2011

Has anyone had a problem with doors dropping on their Peugeot 207? Mine has dropped 12/34 of an inch and I have had to claim off my insurance to get it fixed as it would not shut at all.

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Hi Katherine, I had the same issue with my 207cc. I booked it into a Peugeot garage who said I would have to go to another Peugeot garage with a body shop and they would charge £67 for a diagnosis. A friend of mine took me to the £1 shop, bought some spanners and fixed the door. It is now fine. I am not impressed with the Peugeot garage. Lucy Brown from England

I have had a horrendous time with my Peugeot 207 • 2011 I get a car from Robins & Day which on 3 year hire purchase, happens to be one they had duplicate ordered for a customer. • 2013 (April) Door drops on its hinge and will not close (Drove home from shops clutching door) • Peugeot refuses to pick up car, managed to shut door and clamber over from passenger side • Peugeot ‘fixes Door’ • May 2013 same issue occurs as Peugeot refuse to pick car up. • Get it back to garage and finally they manage to get me a courtesy car whilst they check out the issue. • The courtesy car provided is not the model I am paying for and I end up having to drive this car approx. 6 weeks. • I am told that the problem with the car is that the bolts had sheared off the hinge, a known health and safety issue of a 207 apparently and the door needs to be completely replaced. • This was replaced but the workmanship was not the best. • 20th April 2014 I am driving on the motorway when seatbelt sign comes on to say there is a passenger with no seatbelt on, there was not. • 21st April 2012 – Door opens whilst driving and will not close, lucky for me in a quiet street – if it had been day before could have been a very different story. • 22nd manages to get door closed and again clamber over passenger side to take car back to dealership. • When I arrive at dealership I find myself locked in. • I was then advised that the bolts had sheared off the lock, maybe due to the paintwork being too thick when they replaced the door. • Door bolts replaced not flush. • Replaced again when took back for seatbelt repair. • I have complained asking for a full refund of payments made during the 3 years hire purchase as I feel the car has not been fit for purpose. • I have been told I can voluntary terminate this contract with the finance company however, I have to get the MOT done and if the car is returned with a faulty door then I am now liable. How is this possible? • I currently have a complaint with the Financial Ombudsman but Finance company say I have to prove there was something inherently wrong with the vehicle. I would never get another Peugeot again, they are a disgraceful company Jaime Jones from Merseyside

I have had a horrendous time with my Peugeot 207 2011 I get a car from Robins & Day which on 3 year hire purchase, happens to be one they had duplicate ordered for a customer. 2013 (April) Door drops on its hinge and will not close (Drove home from shops clutching door) Peugeot refuses to pick up car, managed to shut door and clamber over from passenger side Peugeot ‘fixes Door’ (not) May 2013 same issue occurs as Peugeot refuse to pick car up. Get it back to garage and finally they manage to get me a courtesy car whilst they check out the issue. The courtesy car provided is not the model I am paying for and I end up having to drive this car approx. 6 weeks. I am told that the problem with the car is that the bolts had sheared off the hinge, a known health and safety issue of a 207 apparently and the door needs to be completely replaced. This was replaced but the workmanship was not the best. 20th April 2014 I am driving on the motorway when seatbelt sign comes on to say there is a passenger with no seatbelt on, there was not. 21st April 2012 – Door opens whilst driving and will not close, lucky for me in a quiet street – if it had been day before could have been a very different story. 22nd manages to get door closed and again clamber over passenger side to take car back to dealership. When I arrive at dealership I find myself locked in. I was then advised that the bolts had sheared off the lock, maybe due to the paintwork being too thick when they replaced the door. Door bolts replaced not flush. Replaced again when took back for seatbelt repair. I have complained asking for a full refund of payments made during the 3 years hire purchase as I feel the car has not been fit for purpose. I have been told I can voluntary terminate this contract with the finance company however, I have to get the MOT done and if the car is returned with a faulty door then I am now liable. How is this possible? I currently have a complaint with the Financial Ombudsman but Finance company say I have to prove there was something inherently wrong with the vehicle. I would never get another Peugeot again, they are a disgraceful company Jaime Jones from Merseyside

Submitted: 13/02/2014 16:24:39 | ID: 60820

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sophia, Ireland

Peugeot 307

Hi i dont even have my car a month and i got it with new nct and service and all was fine i only drive it in automatic and today while driving it made loud bang noise when it was going into higher gear. there was only new gear box put in so i dont know what could be wrong and i would just like to know before i drive the 2hr trip back to dealers if its only something small.

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my fuse blow out in my 307.how do i know where to fix it roxy boris from Trinidad and Tobago

my fuse blow out in my 307.how do i know where to fix it roxy boris from Trinidad and Tobago

Submitted: 19/07/2014 11:15:19 | ID: 99973

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Ron Davies, Herefordshire

Peugeot 207 CC 2008

We have a Peugeot 207 CC convertible but when the roof is on there is a noisy rattle/ knocking coming from the boot area behind the driver`s seat. We have had new boot struts fitted, but the problem persists. Any suggestions as to the problem?

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I have the same. Open your boot and at the back you will see a flat-ish black plastic bar facing you, running across the boot as part of the roof mechanism. There’s 2 screws in this bar, and my money is on the one on the right being loose. Tighten it and job sorted. It will come loose again, and you will have to keep tightening it, but at least it’ll stop the rattle for a bit Kat from Lancashire

Hi, buy some lock tight thread locker from Halfords, this will save the repeated problem, and you can still undo the screw/bolt when needed a j from England

Hi my 207cc had a loud rattle coming from the roof where it meets the windscreen, I sprayed the catches on the top of the windscreen with mr sheen cleaner and the noise has stopped. There are similar catches on the bottom of the roof near the boot so it could be a similar fix. Wayne from Cheshire

Hi my 207cc had a loud rattle coming from the roof where it meets the windscreen, I sprayed the catches on the top of the windscreen with mr sheen cleaner and the noise has stopped. There are similar catches on the bottom of the roof near the boot so it could be a similar fix. Wayne from Cheshire

Hi my 207cc had a loud rattle coming from the roof where it meets the windscreen, I sprayed the catches on the top of the windscreen with mr sheen cleaner and the noise has stopped. There are similar catches on the bottom of the roof near the boot so it could be a similar fix. Wayne from Cheshire

Submitted: 23/11/2012 08:56:14 | ID: 59847

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Patrick Kelly, Ireland

Peugeot Boxer 2008

I was driving my Peugeot Boxer van when I noticed the engine was lacking power and to my horror smoke coming as I thought from the offside of the engine. When I applied the brakes to stop the pedal was very hard to press down. I then noticed the smoke was coming from the offside wheel so I inspected all of the wheels to find them all very hot The four brakes had stuck on, explaining the lack of power. When the brake fluid cooled down all wheels turned freely but the brake pedal had no pressure as though there was air in the system. Can anybody help please? (Boxer van 2.2HDI diesel)

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Hi. I have a Peugeot Boxer motorhome 1996 and I have no dashboard lights but everything else works. It has a new battery. Can anybody please help? john smith from Kent

Submitted: 21/03/2014 09:38:56 | ID: 63119

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Alan, Berkshire

Peugeot 308 SW 2008

Hi. My Peugeot 308 SW`s clutch completely failed at the weekend and I needed a tow home. I have been told I need a new clutch, slave system, flywheel, the full monty so what can I expect the cost to be including labour? Cheers.

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Had the same problem, with ours, after 30000 miles. I think Peugeot wanted about £1600, but I got my local garage to do it for £1200. It’s a nightmare job, and takes about 8 hours as it’s difficult to get at. So good luck. Now ours needs the FAP changed or removed as that’s failed as well. I’ll never buy another Peugeot Jon Morley from Cheshire

Had the same problem. The garage replaced the master cylinder and this solved the problem. Alan Rimmer from Lancashire

Same Problem yet again. Last year 12 September 2012 Clutch Master Cylinder failed. Again this year 12 September 2013 Clutch Master Cylinder fail. My local Peugeot Dealer. Tulketh Street Southport repaired it under warranty plus a courtesy car. Hope it last a bit longer this time! Alan Rimmer from Lancashire

Hi, I feel quite strongly about this as I have had my Peugeot 308 (09 Plate) for 3 years and have just suffered my third clutch related breakdown. The first failure was a hydraulic pipe which was covered under warranty. The next two failures were, both times, the clutch Master Cylinder. The work required £180 each time and I am more than a little fed up with 3 breakdowns in a relatively new car. Any suggestions please? Mark Williams from Somerset

Submitted: 27/11/2012 10:12:52 | ID: 63510

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Craig Armour, West Lothian (Linlithgowshire)

Peugeot 306 2001

Can anyone tell me the location of the starter motor in a Peugeot 306 Estate, as I need a new one. I had the battery checked as well and it`s in top form. Any ideas? (Estate)

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starter motor is at back of engine about middle] look from top cant miss the big red possitive wire hope that helps you [gogs] gogsie from Aberdeenshire

Submitted: 15/10/2012 11:51:00 | ID: 63707

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Anthia Smith, London

Peugeot 306 1999

I have a V reg Peugeot 306. I was taking my friend to Victoria Coach Station and got caught up in bumper to bumper traffic and my temperature went up into the red and the STOP light came on. I pulled into a petrol station and cooled it down but I am planning to drive to Bristol in a few weeks and would not like it to happen to me again. It has AC and is a 1.6 . Please can anyone help me? Thanks.

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Had this problem, the Coolant Fan wasn’t working and cutting in, since fixed it’s been fine Phil Burton from Norfolk

could be the thermal fan switch turns fan on when about 90degrees ? gogs hope it helps] gogsie from Aberdeenshire

could be the thermal fan switch turns fan on when about 90degrees ? gogs hope it helps] gogsie from Aberdeenshire

Submitted: 15/10/2012 15:26:33 | ID: 64091

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Ken Whyte, Bridgend

Peugeot 206 SW 2003

My Peugeot 206 SW`s multifunction display light has gone out. How do I change the bulbs in the multifunction display?

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I have Peugeot 206 SW, I experienced the same issue last month, actually you don’t need to replace the bulb, just tell your Peugeot dealer to check the fuse below the steering, and check fuse no 4, replace it, the best thing is that Peugeot company they put a spare. Mine is working very well, in fact, I’m very happy with this reliable Peugeot Serge Sendre from Kenya

ken i had to renew the three bulbs as mine was just dim with one bulb gone they are the basic wire ended bulbs that just push into each bulb hoder and then the bulb with its holder then just twists a quarter turn to lock and conect to the circuit boards track ps,, dont get the bulbs from a peugeot or a citron renault out[et as they will rob you get the 12volt bulbs from a general motors shop i think i got mine for 50p each as opossed to £3.each hi, it is a simple job and it is a plug in connection on thin wires the front and top will wigle off then 2 screws hold pcb in place simple hope this helps brian, brian from South Yorkshire

ken i had to renew the three bulbs as mine was just dim with one bulb gone they are the basic wire ended bulbs that just push into each bulb hoder and then the bulb with its holder then just twists a quarter turn to lock and conect to the circuit boards track ps,, dont get the bulbs from a peugeot or a citron renault out[et as they will rob you get the 12volt bulbs from a general motors shop i think i got mine for 50p each as opossed to £3.each hi, it is a simple job and it is a plug in connection on thin wires the front and top will wigle off then 2 screws hold pcb in place simple hope this helps brian, brian from South Yorkshire

Submitted: 09/01/2014 09:01:08 | ID: 60407

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Eric Jennings, England

Peugeot 407 2005

My Peugeot 407 has an ABS + Esp warning on the dashboard. According to the manual this won’t affect the brakes. Any ideas?

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Yes, it will have it seen to. The most common fault is the clutch switch or the break sensor. Both quite cheap to repair Anton Pug from South Africa

Have a diagnostic check done in most cases it’s normally a damaged or failed abs sensor lead but theres 1 sensor fitted to each wheel so best to find out which one has failed and replace one instead of all 4 Terry Miller from Cardiff

I have the same problem on mine, the diagnostic check came up with a faulty pre heat control unit, still trying to find out if this is correct and where it is on my car Kevin Firth from Powys

It will NOT affect your braking performance, I had exactly the same problem for months and brakes were as sharp as ever. The fault was with the ABS sensor which is coupled with the ESP. You need to get sensor replaced, mine cost a few hundred pounds (sterling). If either of these lights are on during an MOT it is an instant failure Steve M from Neath Port Talbot

mine had the same problem. get a diagnostic check and that will tell you which ABS sensor is faulty. mine was one of the front ones, i bought a brand new one from Euro car parts for £22 +vat. easy to fit problem solved. Jason Catterall from England

Submitted: 26/06/2012 09:04:50 | ID: 74557

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margaret aitchison, West Yorkshire

Peugeot 106

Can anyone give me details on how to replace the cambelt on my 106 1.1ltr?

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Remove bolts holding on black plastic cam belt cover. Position jack under engine and take weight off the engine mount remove engine mount. Get large spanner and rotate engine while checking through hole in bell housing (clutch end) for a notch. When you find the notch lock off flywheel and camshaft with an m6 and an m8 bolt. Remove old belt and roller while you are there it would be foolish not to change the water pump as well. Put on new roller and new belt. Tension belt by putting 1kg weight at 80mm moment on roller. Assembly reverse of disassembly. Top up coolant you will need to make a header tank and find the air bleeds. Tim from Hampshire

Remove bolts holding on black plastic cam belt cover. Position jack under engine and take weight off the engine mount remove engine mount. Get large spanner and rotate engine while checking through hole in bell housing (clutch end) for a notch. When you find the notch lock off flywheel and camshaft with an m6 and an m8 bolt. Remove old belt and roller while you are there it would be foolish not to change the water pump as well. Put on new roller and new belt. Tension belt by putting 1kg weight at 80mm moment on roller. Assembly reverse of disassembly. Top up coolant you will need to make a header tank and find the air bleeds. Tim from Hampshire

Submitted: 21/06/2014 10:15:56 | ID: 98171

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nick, Surrey

Peugeot 106

Hi I have bought a Peugeot 1.1 independence it has no Power steering, but the steering can change between light and heavy randomly. The gaitor on the rack is missing, any ideas what could be causing the light and hey steering problem. Many thanks.

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Hi my gaitor as also missinng on mine as well my friend as told me to replace it as water and other deposits can get into the steering rack causing it to become heavy on the steering, this could cause other problems with the steering and wear the ball joints it may also fail m.o.t. McHale83 from South Yorkshire

Hi my gaitor as also missinng on mine as well my friend as told me to replace it as water and other deposits can get into the steering rack causing it to become heavy on the steering, this could cause other problems with the steering and wear the ball joints it may also fail m.o.t. McHale83 from South Yorkshire

Submitted: 21/05/2014 12:52:31 | ID: 95839

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Allan, Aberdeenshire

Peugeot 206

Wondering if anyone can answer my 2 queries.(1) When I press the remote to unlock the doors the rear window-wiper starts to function. When it stops it stops at a midway position. It`s a bit annoying because the washer is not activated to make a smooth wipe.(2) When I attempt to start the ignition the battery seems to drain and then a sudden surge of power comes and starts the engine, but the date/time etc clears and needs to be reset. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Allan.

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You need a new battery. I had the same problem On my 206. Workd a treat Caroline hertt from Greater London

You need a new battery. I had the same problem On my 206. Workd a treat Caroline hertt from Greater London

Sorry for the late response Caroline, and thanks for your reply. I took your advice and purchased a new battery and sure enough it fixed the power surge problem, still got the problem with the rear window wiper, I tried resetting the FOB as other sites recommended but it hasn`t been successful.... thanks again, allan. Allan from Aberdeenshire

Submitted: 17/06/2014 14:15:44 | ID: 97894

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Lisa elrick, West Midlands

Peugeot 206

When I'm driving over 60 miles an hour my brake pedal shakes. Why is this? Also when I start the car I hear a knocking noise from underneath. I've checked the wish bones and it's not that. Any ideas please?

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The shaking over 60mph sounds like wheel balance. You've most likely lost a wheel weight. Just drop in to a tyre garage and they can sort it quitr quickly. As to the knocking when starting it cpuld be a faulty starter motor but its difficult to tell without hearing it. David Packer from Gloucestershire

Submitted: 17/06/2014 09:12:33 | ID: 97865

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eileen, West Midlands

Peugeot 1007

Passenger elec door won't open or close can it be fixed myself...what could be the problem.I've tried cleaning terminals ..I think it may be an electrical fault ..any ideas please..garages don't want to know or say its expensive without even looking at it.

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Hi, I had a similar problem. The problem is the door actuator, this can be bought on e-bay for about £12 - £15 pounds. The door card has to come off and the inside handle mechanism will be visible. You should be able to see the actuator and how it comes off. Just a few screws or bolts. The actuator is plastic and the connecting piece splits or breaks. I think for the price it`s a good starting point. My door would not lock up although it did slide back and forth. I hope this helps you. Chris Davey from Norfolk

Submitted: 27/06/2014 11:34:45 | ID: 98548

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Ryan, South Yorkshire

Peugeot 308

Hi my Peugeot 308 has only 3,500 miles clocked and I got the car in November 2013. Since March the car has been juddering every so often when in 4th and 5th gears. (Feels like I'm about to stall). I've taken the car into a Peugeot garage 3 times and each time they say there isn't anything wrong and that I just need to be going on a longer drive ie. motorway for an hour or so. I keep doing this but the car is still juddering. I'm at the end of my tether with it. Anyone know what could be wrong?

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Hi - got the same problem with my 2012 Peugeot 308 (22,000 on the clock). I use the motorway everyday. Haven't taken it in yet, but think I will have to soon. Waiting to see if you get any answers! Karen O'Hara from Kent

Submitted: 30/06/2014 21:37:45 | ID: 98760

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Robert Clark, London

Peugeot 207 SW 2004

My Peugeot 207 SW makes a whining noise as I`m accelerating which sounds like an electric motor or an airoplane taking off. It`s performance and starting etc are not affected. Any ideas?

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If you find the answer to this can I please know; mine is the same Penny from England

I bought mine only 3 days ago, 32,000 miles on the clock on an 09 plate. I called Peugeot where I bought it from and they are looking at it on Thursday Rob from Northamptonshire

Submitted: 03/08/2012 16:39:48 | ID: 70192

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Rich Hackforth, Hampshire

Peugeot 206 2001

My Peugeot 206`s digital mileage is not working. Why would it do that and how do I fix it please? (1.6 petrol)

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Have you cured your mileage problem? I went on you tube and there is a demo with very clear example of how to change the back bulb that illuminates this area. Follow the example to the letter and I hope it cures it. By the way I had had the problem of the engine warning light on for a real while, when I'd replaced the bulb and put everything back in place, I turned the ignition on and the light had gone too. Hope this helps you and maybe others too. Cheers JC. jackcharlesworth from Lancashire

Submitted: 13/02/2014 11:58:27 | ID: 62039

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mick, Nottinghamshire

Peugeot Expert

hi everybody 1ve got a 2000 reg 19 td expert and every now and again when driving i press clutch down and it makes a big clunk and go straight to the floor but the clutch is still ingaged i put my foot under pedal and it pops back up it please can anyone help regards mick

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I had the same problem a while ago. If you open the bonnet and look down at the gearbox you will see the clutch slave cylinder. Check to see if it is wet with brake/clutch fluid, inside there is a small rubber o ring. The pipe very easily clips off, check the o ring, if it`s not there properly check inside the cylinder, do not fit two o rings. I replaced mine from a Vauxhall Vectra, the rubbers are interchangeable with many makes. Bleed the system out. Mark from Hampshire

Submitted: 21/06/2014 11:08:56 | ID: 98175

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Annette, Australia

Peugeot 206

Bought a 2005 206cc second hand knowing I had to fix this. Just the back bumper is faded and chalky, not glossy like the car. I was told it was parked in the sun every day ?? Not sure why the bumper faded and nothing else... anyone else experience this happening and did you fix it by getting it repainted or is it just going to happen again ?

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The rear bumper of your car will have been painted at some point and painted in 2 pack hi gloss or solid colour. 2 pack paints will weather or oxidise with the sun through time, like how you used to see red cars turn pink years ago. Nowadays manufacturers use base coat and clear systems which prevent this happening. Use a.good cutting compound like g3 or poorboys super cut compound and polish it with that to return the shine but through time in will continue to happen scott campbell from Falkirk

The rear bumper of your car will have been painted at some point and painted in 2 pack hi gloss or solid colour. 2 pack paints will weather or oxidise with the sun through time, like how you used to see red cars turn pink years ago. Nowadays manufacturers use base coat and clear systems which prevent this happening. Use a.good cutting compound like g3 or poorboys super cut compound and polish it with that to return the shine but through time in will continue to happen scott campbell from Falkirk

So the fading of the back bumper means it was likely a bad paint-job done by a previous owner and not a flaw in the car's original paint work? I wasn't sure what to do so took it to a professional car spray painter. Hopefully they have all the knowledge too. Car looks great! Annette from Australia

Submitted: 28/04/2014 15:15:15 | ID: 94844

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Michael Wright, Northamptonshire

Peugeot 307 SW 2005

Everytime I switch on the ignition of my Peugeot 307 SW there’s a type of doorbell noise before the engine starts. Everything on the car is running fine though. Any answers?

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Have your battery checked. My 2005 SW was doing the same thing and the battery gave up a month later. A new battery solved the problem Alan Lowry from Derbyshire

yes def the battery, mine did the same thing for ages and even to the point where the car failed at times to start. I even thought it could be the key fob so changed the battery in the keys and also rearmed them constantly. Turns out as soon as I replaced the cars battery.... all is now well ! sally from Essex

yes def the battery, mine did the same thing for ages and even to the point where the car failed at times to start. I even thought it could be the key fob so changed the battery in the keys and also rearmed them constantly. Turns out as soon as I replaced the cars battery.... all is now well ! sally from Essex

Submitted: 02/11/2012 12:25:32 | ID: 89739

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Jane Robinson, Lancashire

Peugeot 807 2002

What does the yellow sign mean on my Peugeot 807`s dashboard? It’s a yellow arrow with a car inside. Can anyone help please?

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Hi, Did you find out what this means as it has come up on my 807 and I cant find an answer for it anywhere? Many thanks Mrs Johnson from Suffolk

Hi, Did you find out what this means as it has come up on my 807 and I cant find an answer for it anywhere? Many thanks Mrs Johnson from Suffolk

It's the warning light to tell you the cruise control is switched on. On mine there is a switch on one of the left hand side stalks to switch off. Brian from City of Glasgow

It's the warning light to tell you the cruise control is switched on. On mine there is a switch on one of the left hand side stalks to switch off. Brian from City of Glasgow

Submitted: 21/03/2014 12:16:02 | ID: 63164

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Pat O Donovan, Cork

Peugeot 308

I have a Peugeot 308 1.6 Diesel. When you use your indicators I don't hear and sound to let me know that they have been selected, is this normal. I normally drive Fords and you hear a sound when the indicators are flashing. Thanks.

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It sounds like the indicator switch is not working properly. Andy retired mechanic. Andrew from City of Glasgow

Submitted: 08/06/2014 21:15:12 | ID: 97239

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Malcolm Anderson, North Yorkshire

Peugeot 308

2012 model 18000 miles,drove from work 2 miles,when I turned off the engine cooling fan continued to run for c3/4 minutes,never noticed this before,air temp c20c,coolant level fine and temp gauge shows normal?any ideas?

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Hi, this is normal. Remember your engine is still very hot and the fan will cool it down even when you switch off the engine. Andy retired mechanic. Andrew from City of Glasgow

Submitted: 16/06/2014 16:10:15 | ID: 97809

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Bashar, Oxfordshire

Peugeot 308

Hi , i hear air noise inside the car and it disappears when i push on the brake pedal , is this from servo or something else , and is this danger ? Thank you .

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Hi, it sounds like your calliper is sticking or your brake pads need replacing. Andy retired mechanic. Andrew from City of Glasgow

Hi, it sounds like your calliper is sticking or your brake pads need replacing. Andy retired mechanic. Andrew from City of Glasgow

Submitted: 21/05/2014 21:36:53 | ID: 95890

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Peter, Devon

Peugeot Boxer

Year 1999 Boxer Petrol MWB Motorhome. Radiator Fan Supply Failure. / Petrol Pump Fuse Postion I have lost the 12v supply to the single fan on the radiator. Reads about 4v suggesting bad / corroded supply. The fuse for this does not seem to appear on the glove box fuse diagram ( only the heater fan ) Can anyone help in locating this fuse or indeed from where the 12v is taken off and fed to the radiator fan. I have checked out a few other fuses located under bonnet bur no luck as yet. If all else fails I will have to wire in another fused but continuously on 12v supply to this unit. As an aside if your Boxer petrol pump appears to fail then first check the fuse... mine.. surprise , surprise is located hanging in the wiring loom , under the bonnet close to the airfilter asy. also there is a red fuse holder in this location also which I have yet to discover why its there. However any help in locating fan radiator fuse / supply line much appreciated.

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Since posting question I have solved it. Radiator fan fuse 30 A is mounted in a very difficult to get at position in a green holder with a black cover / clip just above battery and alongside a multi point battery junction point. Peter from Devon

Submitted: 27/06/2014 21:05:52 | ID: 98564

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Alan C , Lincolnshire

Peugeot 307

some times when i put keys in ignition and turn key nothing happens , no engine clicking noise . the ignition lights come on as normal then when key is turned they go off but car does not start. its like the cpu does not no that the key is correct for car .This only happens now and again , worse when at petrol station and car will not go. I can leave it a couple of mins then ok but sometimes i have to wait much longer .I keep trying turning the key every so many mins till bingo it starts PLEASE any ideas

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This may seem stupid...well I thought it was....but it could be the starting motor. Had the dead same fault Changed starter and all seems well Bob from Bath and North East Somerset

Submitted: 28/05/2014 17:13:55 | ID: 96353

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joanne, City of York

Peugeot 206

Hi whilst driving my car this morning I noticed smoke coming from under the bonnet, it then stopped and I continued driving. When I stopped, the bonnet was red hot so I lifted the bonnet and the box bit where the oil goes was burning hot. I left it all day, drove about 7 miles and no smoke, but again the same part was red hot. There is plenty of water in and I checked the oil and all seems okay there. Any ideas? I need to drive 90 miles to get home tomorrow, is it safe to drive? The temp gauge went up from 90 to the next bar but not into the red. As a woman driver I`m clueless but worried to drive in case it catches fire? Please help.

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My 206 sw bucket done this 3 weeks after I bought it, it was the cylinder head gasket. Is the water levels ok and is the water a dirty cloudy brown colour and is there gunk round the top of the water reservoir? scott campbell from Falkirk

Submitted: 09/06/2014 22:05:29 | ID: 97314

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scott campbell, Falkirk

Peugeot 206

My front wipers and washers jets have stopped working. The fuse is ok and there is power getting to the plug at the wiper motor but that doesn't explain why the washers aren't working.can anyone help here

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The jets sound bloked . Take the pipe of each jet and blow hard Ig that doesnt work. Get a needle a poke the needle in the whole Do not break needle in the hole Caroline hertt from Greater London

No, the window wipers have also stopped working along with the washer jets, as in the pump isn't active. I've checked the positive and negative feed to the plug at the wiper motor and is ok. I changed the switch and when I unplugged the old switch, the wipers started intermitting but stopped when new or old one connected again. Took a fuse like thing out of interior fuse box and they started intermitting again, replaced it and they stopped working again. Suddenly started working fully again after half an hour without any reason and I only accidently nudged the switch when parking and kerbed my newly refurbished alloy in the shock of them working :( scott campbell from Falkirk

Submitted: 14/06/2014 08:17:45 | ID: 97647

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ray, Cornwall

Peugeot Expert

on my dashboard I have a complete speedometer the temperature gauge, fuel gauge, works but the speedometer needle does not work but the milometer is working can you me thankyou

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Sorry to contact you again but I did not get a reply back from my email about my Peugeot Expert HDI van year 2001. The speedometer clock hand does not work, it sometimes when you start it up flickers but nothing else. The fuel gauge works. Can you help please? Ray ray from Cornwall

Loose connection behind the clocks? Fuse? richard from Merseyside

Hi Ray, I`m having the same problem with our van. It's spending a second night at Peugeot. We thought it might be the sender, but no. They did a diognostic on it and they said it`s something do with the (pinacle or something like that name). God help me waiting for phone call to tell us and how much. Joy from West Midlands

Submitted: 16/06/2014 19:19:31 | ID: 97823

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NIRROSHAN, Qatar

Peugeot 207

I have a Peugeot 207 2Tronic(Automatic & Manual Transmission) car. i recently buy it from another guy. I have some repairs and i done it already. but when i drive the car in automatic gear while the gears are changing from one to another the car is slowing down too much and i can feel its getting hard to pickup. When i am in a traffic signal its picking up very slow. totally now my problem is when the gears are changing automatically my car is getting slow and shaking and very slow pickup. There is no error message coming in the LCD screen(Eg: Gearbox Fault). i took it to a mechanic he ask me is there any error message coming? and your car engine is automatically shutting down? i said no. he also couldn't find the problem. i hope Someone will help me in this case. please assist me.

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My 207 had a similar problem which was easily solved by Peugeot agent Al Mana Motors with a software upgrade. BuWardah from Qatar

Submitted: 03/06/2014 11:41:51 | ID: 96788

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Jules, Kent

Peugeot Partner Combi 2006

My Peugeot Partner Combi`s battery keeps going dead but all checks done have come up with no problems. Most days it starts, like today it started and I drove 2.5 miles and stopped for 10 minutes. When I tried to start again it wouldn’t start. I had to bump start it. Now its okay again. This is obviously not right. Anyone got any ideas please?

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Obviously ,battery or alternator components within the alternator ... preston young from Bridgend

Submitted: 21/10/2013 12:16:36 | ID: 56405

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Abdul, City of Glasgow

Peugeot Partner Combi

Hi ! can anyone tell me if the Peugeot Partner combi 1.6 HDi Escapade has a timing belt or a timing chain ? thanks.

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Not yet. I will inform when I buy one on Saturday.... preston young from Bridgend

Submitted: 28/05/2014 21:10:32 | ID: 96383

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