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I can’t get into first gear with my Peugeot 107 and always have to pull away in second. Also the car has lost power overnight, it starts okay but I can’t get it up the slope outside my house. Can anyone help me with these problems please? Thanks.
Submitted: 04/04/2013 11:18:26 | ID: 18830
As I was driving my Peugeot 107 all of the dashboard lights came on. The following day the battery appeared flat as no power and the car started after it was connected with jump leads. Does anyone have any idea what the problem could be?
Submitted: 21/03/2013 10:29:02 | ID: 18602
Hi, I`m having fuel problems with my Peugeot 107 so I filled up and zero’d the speedo. I am only getting 41 mpg, what is going on? According to spec it should be more like 55+ I have only had the car since June 2012 so I`m not savvy with it yet, but does anyone have any ideas why my car is so juicy? I don’t drive like an idiot and almost always drive in fourth or fifth gear if I can get away with it. My last car was a 1.2 sport and that used less petrol than this one. Any suggestions please?Thanks. (Sport XS)
Submitted: 13/03/2013 11:37:05 | ID: 18482
For a while now when I turn my steering wheel right (Peug 107) I get a loud rattling noise. At first it was when it was turned nearly all the way round but now it just has to be nudged right. It is a loud distinct , fast rattle.
Submitted: 12/03/2013 10:58:32 | ID: 18474
JHi, my friend renewed the battery on his Peugeot 107 but connected it the wrong way. Now it has no brake lights, demisters, wipers etc. All fuses are okay and I think it`s either the bis unit or speedo unit at fault? Can you get the BIS unit re-programmed? Any help would be appreciated.
Submitted: 01/03/2013 09:38:17 | ID: 18297
The airflow direction selector on my Peugeot 107 has stopped working, it turns but the airflow direction stays on the screen, good for demisting, bad for warming feet. It jammed once and I turned it hard and it suddenly turned freely - but I soon discovered it no longer changed the direction! Is it broken, or has something become disconnected? Thanks for any help. (urban)
Submitted: 12/02/2013 16:35:42 | ID: 17992
I’m looking for a used Peugeot 1007 and have found two I’m torn between! One is an 06 plate 1.4 Manual, 37k on the clock and £2,500, the other is a 56 plate 1.6 semi auto with 18k on the clock for £2,300. Both have long MOTs and tax. I’m not sold on the semi auto gearbox so would welcome any views on that (good or bad) and am not a speed merchant (would rather get more miles per gallon), so wondered if anyone can comment on the MPG for each model? Thanks.
Submitted: 11/02/2013 16:17:16 | ID: 17953
The Emission control system warning light has come on in my Peugeot 107. I can’t get a straight answer from the local Peugeot dealer as to what are the possible prognoses. Has anybody got any suggestions please? (998cc petrol)
Could be one of a number of things, only having a mechanic investigate the problem will give you an answer. The joy off modern cars - Keith from Scotland
Hi Steve. I seem to be having the same problem!! I’m hoping you’ve got to the bottom of it because I sure haven’t. I’ve only had my car a month and the day I bought it the light came on. Since then the garage I bought it from have replaced the cat convertor and the sensor and still the light is on. Please tell me you have yours fixed am I’m tearing my hair out!!! Rachel Harvey from Yorkshire
Submitted: 11/02/2013 08:54:36 | ID: 17932
My Peugeot 107 has got water coming in from somewhere, I have no idea from where but the back seat is soaking wet. How do you get the seats out of the car and does anyone have any idea of where the water can be coming from? Thanks.
This appears - from other forums - to be a problem with the rear light cluster foam seals degrading over a couple of years. If you look under the luggage compartment carpet you may very well discover your spare wheel in its own puddle. Replacement of the foam seals cures the ingress of water. Consult with your local dealership for advice on the seat removal - Peter Flatt from Gloucestershire
My car (107 2007.mod.) did leak water from the door at the backside of the car (the door to the room for baggage). It was difficult for the garage to find it, but they managed at last - Lene Simonsen from Norway
If you have the 5 door model, it will be the rear passenger door seals. If the leak is in the boot will either be the rear light seals or the brake light seal - Tony Robbins from Durham
Submitted: 01/02/2013 14:09:18 | ID: 17788
I have not used my Peugeot 107 for the past 10-14 days, now it will not start, absolutely nothing. It will not turn over at all-not a sound coming from it. It`s always left outside and I`ve had the car from new with only 9,000 on the clock. My husband tried putting leads from his Volvo to my Peugeot but nothing. What shall I do?
Mine too! I will buy a new battery, I did try to charge the battery, but it didn’t start after anyway - Lene Simonsen from Norway
Submitted: 17/12/2012 12:18:03 | ID: 16506
Hi there. Is it normal to lose oil after removing the driver`s side drive shaft on my Peugeot 107 and if so which oil have I lost, the engine oil or the transmission? An answer will be much appreciated. Thanks. (5 door)
Submitted: 17/12/2012 09:50:30 | ID: 16471
I`m having trouble filling my Peugeot 107 with fuel. It`s taking too long from the nozzle on the pump and keeps stopping, even when I`m pulling it out a bit. Any ideas why?
I had this problem too, turns out you have to fill the tank with the petrol nozzle sideways on rather than putting it into car as you hold it - Helena from Oxfordshire
Hi, there is an air tube at the top of the tank, to let the petrol enter freely, this tube apparently is blocked, you can find one end of this tube connected to the neck of the tank, take it off and blow some air into it and try - Chucri Kayal from France
Submitted: 14/12/2012 09:21:30 | ID: 16438
My Peugeot 107 has a temperature bulb coming up after a warning of STOP flashing on the display in red. What is the problem?
The engine is too hot, the sensor is away or the radiator fan is not kicking in when it is too hot. Have you heard the fan going? Have you checked the radiator water and oil levels? Is there any wet patches under your car? Keith from Scotland
Submitted: 07/12/2012 10:15:48 | ID: 16196
My Peugeot 107`s horn won’t turn off. It started by itself and the only way to stop it is by leaving it in reverse with the ignition on. Can anyone help?
Sounds like you need a new ignition barrel - Keith from Scotland
Submitted: 03/12/2012 10:36:22 | ID: 15989
How do I remove the carpet behind the passenger seat on my Peugeot 107? It seems to be very tight fitting and there is water coming in from somewhere, so I need to get the carpet dried as the inside of the car keeps getting iced up. Can anyone help?
I have same problem. I have been told to remove back light and put some sealant on both sides of seal and replace light fitting. Do this on both lights. Clear bathroom sealant would be better. I am even putting some on the boot seal. Hope this works, so do I - Dave Shaw from England
Submitted: 30/11/2012 10:03:05 | ID: 15945
My Peugeot 107`s indicator on right hand side doesn’t work unless I hold the stick in position. It works fine for the left indicator. Is this likely to be a problem with the electrics? Many thanks.
Submitted: 19/11/2012 11:51:02 | ID: 15493
What is the procedure for removing the rear light cluster on a Peugeot 107 and replacing a leaking seal?
Submitted: 30/10/2012 08:52:00 | ID: 14811
My Peugeot 107`s airbag warning light is staying on and keeps flashing. Maybe the connector under the seat is loose? Please heklp me fix this myself.
Submitted: 19/10/2012 12:51:52 | ID: 14590
What type of oil filter does my Peugeot 107 take, where is it and where can I find a do-it-yourself manual booklet? (petrol 1.0 manual)
Submitted: 18/10/2012 12:37:19 | ID: 14561
Hi, where is the dip stick to check the fluid level on the Peugeot 107 tronic gear box located?
Submitted: 03/10/2012 11:44:11 | ID: 14153
Can anybody tell me how I wire up some daytime running lights on my 2011 Peugeot 107? Do I take them to the battery or fuse box?
Daytime running lights can be turned ON, no need to buy new one. Just need to reprogrammed it with special PC - abc cba from England
Submitted: 25/09/2012 12:23:15 | ID: 13942
Why does my semi automatic Peugeot 107 sometimes not start and the brake pedal goes hard. Next day work fine, then does it all again?
Problem with the car battery, mainly after short drives. Replace starting battery and the problem’s gone - George Kaagman from England
Submitted: 24/09/2012 15:17:45 | ID: 13914
Why does my semi automatic Peugeot 107 sometimes not start and the brake pedal goes hard?
Submitted: 10/09/2012 15:37:34 | ID: 13400
How do you change a headlight on my Peugeot 107? Thank you.
Submitted: 03/09/2012 15:20:52 | ID: 13160
How many lights should come on when I reverse, one or two?
One - Emma from Lancashire
Submitted: 31/08/2012 15:25:21 | ID: 13069
Where do I top up the power steering fluid on my Peugeot 107?
The Peugeot 107 doesn’t have hydraulic power steering, so there is no power steering fluid!!! It’s power steering is an electric motor on the column between the steering wheel and the rack - abc cba from England
Submitted: 31/08/2012 10:36:13 | ID: 13039
I am going to France. I notice that there is a small x on the headlamp glass of my Peugeot 107 - is this there to indicate the position where the deflector should be positioned?
Submitted: 28/08/2012 15:14:42 | ID: 12866
How do you use the automatic selector on my Peugeot 107? What is ’E’? (Automatic)
It stands for economy, and is automatic mode - Ian Forbes from Buckinghamshire
Submitted: 17/08/2012 14:11:27 | ID: 12499
Why might my amber coloured engine warning light stay on when the engine is running? Thank you.
You will need a full diagnostic to determined the cause - Dionne Jennings from England
Submitted: 08/08/2012 12:00:17 | ID: 12319
My Peugeot 107 judders when cold going forward or reverse. If you increase the gas that smooths it. Sometimes it judders while slowing or stopping and sometimes it runs smoothly. Any ideas please? Thanks in advance. (2 tronic)
Submitted: 24/07/2012 16:06:49 | ID: 12031
My Peugeot 107`s petrol bar has reached the bottom and it beeped when it came on. Now it`s flashing but there is no petrol light on my dashboard. Do I still have that last bar left for petrol?
Simply yes you do. ~ 5 litres - Matt Martin from England
Submitted: 10/07/2012 12:06:06 | ID: 11747
How do I change the rear plate light on my Peugeot 107?
Submitted: 06/07/2012 14:34:34 | ID: 11635
My Peugeot 107 slips in all gears other than first gear. Any ideas please?
Clutch needs replacing - Alistair Olley from South Africa
Submitted: 25/06/2012 12:26:10 | ID: 11396
I put led 12v in my Peugeot 107`s dashboard (next to the fan settings) and they blew my fuse. I was advised to highten my ampage to 20 but still the fuse blew. Does anyone know what volt bulb or fuse would work together?
Submitted: 07/06/2012 10:40:16 | ID: 10924
How do I check the gearbox oil in my Peugeot 107?
Check behind gearbox. Look for where to put the oil back to the lime and open LED scale 24 - Loaiye the King
Submitted: 28/05/2012 10:59:54 | ID: 10749
I can only get reverse gear in my Peugeot 107. Any ideas?
Submitted: 22/05/2012 12:10:24 | ID: 10638
My Peugeot 107`s dashboard illumination does not come on when I turn my lights on. Only the headlamp indicator light comes on. Could it be a fuse or a bulb maybe?
Submitted: 17/05/2012 11:45:47 | ID: 10569
I can put my auto lock key in the ignition of my Peugeot 107 but it won’t turn i.e. move, to start the engine. I have a spare key but that keeps getting stuck in the ignition barrel. Any ideas as to how to sort this?
Submitted: 24/04/2012 10:34:50 | ID: 10063
My Peugeot 107`s airbag light is on. I have fiddled and undone the connectors under the seat but it`s still on. It looks like research on the internet suggests it`s my airbag ECU. Rather than get stung at the dealer I think that I can replace it myself. Can anyone tell me where in the car the airbag ECU is?
Submitted: 20/04/2012 11:10:39 | ID: 9964
I have had problems with my Peugeot 107`s rear driver`s side window. It has become unfixed from the fitting, I have tried a proxy glue and it didn’t work. Both of the back windows have had the same problem but it was still under warranty, which has now expired, so I wanted to repair this myself. Anybody have any ideas what glue to try?
Submitted: 17/04/2012 12:52:09 | ID: 9893
I have put petrol in my Peugeot 107 but it hasn`t registered and is still bleeping as empty. Can anyone help?
Submitted: 13/04/2012 11:47:33 | ID: 9779
How do you stop the bleeping noise when you put your foot on the pedal of my Peugeot 107 please?
Submitted: 20/03/2012 11:25:17 | ID: 9224
Does anyone knows where is the location of the relay panel in the Peugeot 107? I have no low beam light, the fuses are okay, all of them (dashboard and engine fuses box), and I have changed the light bulbs as well. Still not working. High beam works fine.
Submitted: 06/03/2012 08:36:32 | ID: 8781
When I have been driving for a while the gearbox ecu beeps after it changes gear and when I put my foot on the accelerator. When I release the accelerator the beeping stops. Has anyone else experienced this? (automatic)
Why don’t you check the gear box oil? You know how? You need someone to assist you. Turn on the engine, push the brake pedal, shift to drive and keep pushing the brake, then someone will take out the dipstick and clean it, then put it back and lift it to see the level of oil - Choukri Kayal from France
Your clutch is worn out, it is a manual gearbox fitted with actuators - John from England
Submitted: 22/02/2012 10:53:20 | ID: 8513
My Peugeot 107 keeps revving up when driving. I have been stopping and turning engine off. Left the car for a few minutes, turned it back on and it revs, even in neutral. After 3 attempts it is fine for a bit but am getting scared of driving it...
Clean the MAP sensor and this is very easy - Choukrik Kayal from France
Over 7000 of the 107 have been recalled because of a dangerous accelerator fly by wire pedal which can lock full open and driver not able to control car, contact your local dealer to check if your car is one of the recalls - Jacko McConnell from Northern Ireland
Submitted: 17/02/2012 16:04:05 | ID: 8393
Whenever I drive at low revs and also when I shut the passenger door the plastic section inside the door rattles. This has only been going on for a couple of weeks. Driving me insane! Is seems like some of the attachments inside has come lose any ideas how I can fix this cheaply? Thanks.
Submitted: 17/02/2012 16:03:19 | ID: 8392
I have had it 3 years and never once has this happened, it’s not the same noise as when you run out of petrol! I am getting an intermittent beep, it’s like a set of short 5 beeps. I just drove for 30 mins and it’s happened 12 times but hasn’t happened for 3 weeks as teats when it first happened. It’s not coming from the central steering place where the warning signs are displayed but seems to be coming from under like where the air bag key section is, please some one help its drove me mad today! No warning signs are being displayed and I put £30 petrol in it yesterday. (Tiptronic)
Submitted: 08/02/2012 11:48:38 | ID: 8047
My Peugeot 107 beeps regularly when driving. It loses power and over-revs but when I ease off the accelerator though, the beeping stops! No-one seems to be able to get to the root of the problem! Any ideas anyone? (Urban 2 tronic)
Nicola, no idea but we have the same... Did you get a solution - Andy Holmes from England
The clutch need replacing. I have had the same problem - Graham Carslake from Essex
Submitted: 31/01/2012 09:12:58 | ID: 7804
Can anyone tell me what is wrong with my Peugeot 107 2007? It makes a whizzing noise sometimes when I start it up, this lasts a few seconds, it drives fine and doesn’t do it every time but sounds creepy?
Submitted: 30/01/2012 18:57:01 | ID: 7763
I have noticed a crack in my Peugeot 107’s driver’s side mirror. Is it possible to replace the glass only?
Yes it is. Peugeot part no for a RH mirror glass is 8151HW available from a Peugeot Dealer at £7.77 plus VAT - Dave from England
Submitted: 30/01/2012 08:47:20 | ID: 7716
There is a squeak coming from the rear underside of my Peugeot 107 which only happens when initially starting the car and the first few seconds after changing in to 1st gear and from 1st to 2nd gear. Once the car is moving with the least vibration, then the squeak is no longer there. The actual exhaust is still in its correct position and the 4 rubber figure of eight bands have not perished. Does anyone know what this could be?
Submitted: 24/12/2011 06:45:28 | ID: 6850
A yellow symbol (what looks like a petrol can) is illuminated on my dashboard - can anyone tell me what it is, and what it means?
This is your oil warning light. You need to top up your oil - Marie Venathithan from England
Submitted: 19/12/2011 09:20:28 | ID: 6681
Have been having trouble getting key into both door locks and am told they are corroded and need to be replaced at a cost to me of £189. Peugeot are paying 50% of the cost. The car has 12,000 miles on the clock and is always garaged. Is this a fault and how could it have happened. In over 40 years of driving and having several cars this has never happened before. Am very disappointed.
Submitted: 12/12/2011 08:33:51 | ID: 6505
I have accidentally activated the immobiliser on my Peugeot 107. Is there any way to turn this off rather than calling someone out? (Urban)
Submitted: 23/11/2011 11:56:45 | ID: 5994
I have had a Peugeot 107 for 3 and a half years and this is the second time I have had water in the boot. The carpet is saturated - any ideas as to what’s causing it please?
Very common with 107s, has happened to two cars I know. Rear upper brake light seals or rear lights. Ours was upper, we took it out and cleaned it then used silicone sealant carefully to put it back. Peugeot admit it is a common problem but wouldn’t do anything about it - Alice Davey from Lincolnshire
Submitted: 14/11/2011 14:58:37 | ID: 5737
The boot lock on my Peugeot 107 is jammed and the nozzle does not retract fully. Can anyone please help?
Submitted: 08/11/2011 08:47:56 | ID: 5506
How many miles will a 2005 Peugeot 107 run for once the petrol light has come on?
My (year) model does about 30 - Sam Debree from Norfolk
Submitted: 25/10/2011 15:56:06 | ID: 5169
My Peugeot 107 is beeping very frequently: Three short beeps and it is not showing me any sign on the dashboard. Does anyone know why? Is it serious?
Put some petrol in it - David Groin from England
Is it a 2 Tronic? If so, it is just to say you have selected reverse - Nigel Barnes from Wiltshire
David’s right. Look at the fuel gauge, if the bottom bar is flashing then your 107 is a very thirsty pug. You’ll hear the three beeps every time you fire the engine up. Nothing serious, just fill up - Simmy from Manchester
You need to re-fuel. When you only have 5 litres of petrol left, you will hear the bleeping sound every time you turn the ignition on - Marie Venathithan from England
Submitted: 25/10/2011 13:29:28 | ID: 5125
Does anyone know what cost to renew the clutch in a 2007 Peugeot 107?
I paid £360 for a new clutch in my 2007 107 in January - Clare Evans from Durham
£400.00 - Michael Adams from Kent
Submitted: 17/10/2011 11:46:25 | ID: 4831
Would the bonnet from a 2005 Peugeot 107 fit a 2006 107?
Submitted: 10/10/2011 11:14:54 | ID: 4693
Hi, my car stereo went dead and my lighter also stopped working. I think one of my fuses must have blown. I can’t remember where I put my car manual, does anyone know where the fuses may be? Thanks.
I have a 307cc and I have one set in the glove box on the passenger’s side and one set in the engine compartment, perhaps yours will be similar - John from Scotland
The round cover of the dash, lift it off, the fuses are underneath around the dash console - Alistair Olley from South Africa
Submitted: 22/09/2011 10:02:05 | ID: 4511
The airbag warning light is flashing. Why?
I had the same problem, it was a faulty ECU chip which had to be replaced. Peugeot tried to charge me £250 for the replacement but I complained to customer services as the car was only just over three years old and they replaced it for free - Marshy from England
Submitted: 11/08/2011 14:36:11 | ID: 3946
I have a 107 and need to change the numberplates. I started with the front one, and cannot find a way to get to the rear of the plate. The screws are turning (!), but I assume that won’t help much unless I can get to the back. Has anyone got a solution for this problem? Will I need to take it to a garage? Many thanks.
Submitted: 11/08/2011 14:35:20 | ID: 3945
I need to replace the turn signal relay (flasher unit) to one compatible with LED bulbs. I can’t find it in the fuse block in the speedo housing, yet the clicking sound comes from there, would they have been brilliant (stupid) enough to hide it inside the speedo housing? If yes, has anyone ever replaced one? I would appreciate any info on the procedure to follow to do this. (millesim)
Submitted: 10/05/2011 08:29:04 | ID: 2545
Where is the automatic transmission fluid filler positioned on a 107? (Auto)
Take out the dipstick and you need a very little funnel to place it there and then you fill your gearbox, by the way you somebody to help you when measuring the level of the fluid, and that is by start engine, hand brake, pedal brake, then put the gear on D or R. After that, the other fellow should clean the dipstick and put back to measure the level of fluid, if it needs more... - Choukri Kayal from France
Submitted: 28/03/2011 08:38:50 | ID: 2129
How do you replace the head light in a Peugeot 107?
First, remove connector plug (wires leading into headlight), use pliers to pull straight back. Second, remove the rubber boot covering the back of the lamp (you can use your fingers for this). Third, unlock wire clip holding the lamp in place and remove the bulb. For all the above, a mirror is needed to see the above mentioned procedures and also, be ready to leave a bit of skin on your car, I know I did. For the left hand side, I loosened the battery hold down plate and slid the battery over to give myself a bit more space. Hope this helps - Dan McAuley from Durham
Submitted: 18/03/2011 08:28:19 | ID: 2409
How difficult is it to remove a starter motor from a Peugeot 107? Do you have to remove anything else other than the two bolts that holds it on? I have taken a look from underneath the car and cannot see how you can take it out without removing a lot of items from the engine bay.
Tony, I am having to replace mine this coming weekend (16 Mar 2013) so will let you know! It should be fairly easy, having had a quick look - Matt Martin from England
To update anyone who may be interested... Replacing the starter motor is a fairly easy job with an axle stand or alternative to gain access from underneath. You will need 10mm spanner to disconnect battery earth lead first. 8mm and 12/13mm sockets to remove power leads. 14mm spanner to remove top and bottom bolts. Access lower one from underneath car. Upper one from between battery and engine top. Easy! Matt Martin from England
Submitted: 26/01/2011 15:02:18 | ID: 2802
I have Peugeot 107 wheels and I want to know what other cars do they fit? Please help me!
Ford - Tony Panther from Surrey
Submitted: 25/01/2011 10:37:10 | ID: 3569
Hi all, my car will not go into the bottom gears. 2nd, 4th or reverse. When you move the gear stick there it just pops back. No attempt at clicking into place. Any ideas? Thanks!
Submitted: 12/01/2011 15:29:33 | ID: 2557
Hi there, I just wondered how many miles (roughly) a Peugeot 107 will do when the (petrol) light starts flashing? Thanks!
Mine has does about 30 miles on the fuel light, haven’t pushed it any further just in case - Nicole from Scotland
I would estimate about 5 litres (unconfirmed as yet) which equates to about 50-70 miles pending driving conditions etc. It is probably a bit more than that with pump/lines etc volumes but I wouldn’t recommend trying it out! I have taken mine to over 40 miles. A full re-brim was then 34.5 litres to give you an idea - Matt Martin from England
I’ve only had the car a couple of months but so far have eked out 33 and 36 miles with the orange petrol light showing - Jude MacKinnon from Lanarkshire
Submitted: 17/11/2010 09:19:54 | ID: 2990
If a car is under warranty and the exhaust comes loose, who is liable to fix it - the garage or me?
Hi, if the exhaust is not corroded or damaged, and has just come loose then the dealer may repair it under warranty. However, some dealerships argue that there isn’t a warranty ’class’ for this type of fault and may refuse to unless you pay. Best to argue it politely and play on the goodwill of the garage and customer service - Andy from Hampshire
Submitted: 15/11/2010 08:45:54 | ID: 2977
Hi, can anyone please tell me if they have experienced this and what I can do. I have a Peugeot urban 2 tronic and it won’t start. It started and when I went to pull away it jumped and died. Now the brake is locked and it won’t start and is stuck in a car park.
I had the same problem, happened in a car park too. I ended up stamping on the brake pedal in anger and it went down and the car started after waiting for 45mins for the RAC though. I had to call them up and cancel the call out. That was two months ago and had no problems until this morning. Just been told by the wife it’s now happened again this morning. No idea what’s caused the problem though! - Marshy from England
Submitted: 05/11/2010 09:57:18 | ID: 2944
Can anyone tell me if they have had problems with the 2 tronic gearbox? I went to leave work yesterday and the gears would not engage - it remained in neutral. The 2 tronic warning light was illuminated so it’s gone into the local Peugeot dealer - just waiting on the verdict! I’m not happy with reading the problems on here with clutches going and transmission problems - feeling rather nervous now. Unfortunately it ran out of the 3 year warranty last month (typical) but only has 16,000 miles on it - should there be such a problem so soon....?!
Submitted: 02/09/2010 15:20:58 | ID: 3323
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