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Robin Glover, Dorset

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, I have recently purchased a year 2000 Motorhome based on a 1.9 diesel swb chassis cab. It has the problem with water getting into the gearbox. I want to change the old short scuttle drain hose which dumps water on top of the gearbox to the modified type which brings the drainage point forward to near the radiator. Unfortunately my local dealer does not know if the part that has to be ordered and paid for in advance is the longer pipe. I don't want to buy the same thing that I already have. Does anyone know the correct part number please? Also I would like to replace my exhaust system with a much cheaper pattern replacement. The only ones I have been offered use smaller diameter pipe than the original (52mm instead of 59mm o.d.). Does anyone have a solution for this please? Regards, Robin.

Submitted: 01/07/2016 16:47:14 | ID: 133173

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darren robinson, Lancashire

Peugeot Boxer

Trying to change the cam belt 2.2 diesel, all the bolts are out but there is no change the top cover will come out, the EGR pipes are in the way, the two 10,mm nuts look ,like they may snap if I try and remove them must be getting squeamish in the old days I would of used brute force, anyone else had this issue.

Submitted: 30/06/2016 16:11:11 | ID: 133137

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Christopher Neave, Norfolk

Peugeot Boxer

Peugeot Autocruise Valentine 2.2hdi travelling at 60pmh along motorway and engine stops. Roll onto hard shoulder and after 1 minute engine starts again. Stops again after approx 80 miles as previous. Engine management light comes on but is off when restarting within 2 minutes. Stopped 4 time in 500 miles over 2 days. Just had engine remapped before trip. Any help much appreciated.

Submitted: 21/06/2016 16:37:33 | ID: 132853

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Pat Fry, East Riding of Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi bought Peugeout Boxer Autosleeper Executive. The rear end seems to sit quite high as as the bump stops go from chasis to the axel with no clearance. Is this normal?

Submitted: 19/06/2016 16:22:47 | ID: 132800

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osei, Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi ,i have fuel shortage and later fill the fuel but it cannot start again

Submitted: 16/06/2016 21:37:38 | ID: 132736

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Richard Whatling, Lincolnshire

Peugeot Boxer

The number plate lights wont work, even after fitting new bulbs. Where is the fuse located, as it is not listed in the various fuse boxes ? Thank you

Submitted: 16/06/2016 20:42:24 | ID: 132731

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Christine, Derbyshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi. I have an Elddis Autoquest 120 circ 2010 motorhome which is on a Peugeot Boxer 2.2 330 swb 100 bhp diesel chassis. I would like to know how to keep the vehicle battery charged whilst the unit is not being used ie laid up for winter? Thank you Regards Chris

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I use a 10w solar charger conected direct to the battery.. but my van is on the drive next to the house and gets used every few weeks.. if you're laying it up for the whole winter.. get a 40w solar panel off ebay and connect it direct.. place the solar panel in the windscreen R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 14/06/2016 08:12:32 | ID: 132639

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Dave, Dorset

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, have fitted an alarm to my 2005 2.2Hdi Boxer camper van and am trying to find where the rear dor or side door pin switch wires come into the dash as the driver /passenger door pins seems to be the only ones connected to the interior light and so opening the side or rear doors wont trigger the alarm! thanks

Submitted: 10/06/2016 22:56:01 | ID: 132544

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stephen biro, West Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

hi after coming back from east coaste all was going well running perfect until about three miles away i pressed on brake pedal it slowed me down then when i needed to brake again the pedal was solid and no brakes is there anybody out there whos had the same problem steve

Submitted: 08/06/2016 14:34:42 | ID: 132447

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Chris White, West Sussex

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, Whenever I shop online for parts for my Boxer I am never shown 270 MWB as an option so I have to guess which variant it is. As it is an Autosleeper Symbol I'm not sure which variant it is, even on this form I have clicked on Chassis Cab without knowing if this is correct. The model numbers are normally 230L flatbed, bus etc. If this helps the engine no. is HJT83004197 and the VIN is VF3232A2215511670 Could you put me right? Please! Kind Regards Chris White

Submitted: 06/06/2016 15:27:57 | ID: 132395

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Val, South Africa

Peugeot Boxer

Hi I have a 2.8 HDI 2004 Boxer. Sometimes when I start the van the dashboard engine diagnostic light comes on. Sometimes it does not come on. When it is off it the van will give a sudden jerk while I am driving and the light will come on. When this happens I lose power up to the 3rd gear. When pulling away fast or normal it is almost as if it is choking. I only pull away up to 2000Rpm's in 1st , 2nd, and 3rd to get going and then drive normally in 4th and 5th gear. I noticed that the engine air cleaner plus on the air filter hose has come loose and obviously has a big air leak on the oil vapour hose. Does this hose go to my turbo? and if so is this what is affecting my van's performance? I can hear the turbo being on constantly even while idling. Please help my friends. I am very desperate as I use my van as an Ice cream van to earn a living. Many thanks

Submitted: 02/06/2016 15:09:49 | ID: 132286

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Pat Fry, East Riding of Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

lve just bought Peuguot Boxer auto sleeper 1995 2.5 MWB diesel. When first start it up white smoke comes out of the exhust and it sounds like its missing. After about 10-20 seconds the smoke clears and runs normal. Does anyone know what the problem could be? Many thanks Pat.

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If you don't use it regularly then it is probably a fairly normal thing.. keep an eye on your water/coolant levels and if they go down then revisit the possibility of problem.. I get the same with my Relay when not used often.. the only thing that would be of more concern at this point is the missing.. the question is.. is it missing or is it because of increased fuel injection like running on choke, but if that symptom disappears after about 20 secs then it is probably ok R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 31/05/2016 18:51:19 | ID: 132193

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sam, Devon

Peugeot Boxer

Hi there Im buying a replacement rear door for a LWB medium Peugeot boxer van which came off a 2011/2012 boxer van of the same model. My van is the face lift 64 plate reg, im wondering if you know if this door will fit ? Many thanks

Submitted: 28/05/2016 17:40:44 | ID: 132114

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Mick Pye, Isle of Wight

Peugeot Boxer

The diesel engine has done 60000 miles. It starts well, but recently has taken to missing on occasions, and loss of power, together with cutting out completely when stopping. I've replaced the diesel stop solenoid but no real improvement. Not sure what else to look at.

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one assumes you've done a fuel filter and air filter change... try fuel additive.. STP or Redex or the like.. potentially could be fuel injectors in need of clean.. also could be EGR valve sooting up.. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 28/05/2016 14:03:17 | ID: 132110

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Grahame, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

Help. 1996 Boxer Harmony 2ltr petrol fitted with Toad Ai606 alarm system. The vehicle has been sat on the drive for a couple of weeks. Tried to start it today - no joy. Engine turns over well but just refuses to start; it's almost as if it's suffering from fuel starvation (nearly full tank). Does anyone out there know if there is an engine immobiliser linked to the Toad and if so, is there a reset button/switch tucked away somewhere? Any advice on solving this none starting problem would be greatly appreciated. Regards to all. Grahame

Submitted: 26/05/2016 12:48:39 | ID: 132051

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Pete, South Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

I have a problem with the cab alarm on my 2015 motorhome when set the alarm will start for no apparent reason after being set for hrs could it be a problem of the battery when trying to reset the alarm the alarm bleeps twice in three sets

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Pete.. a 2015 MoHo will still be under manufacturer warranty.. take it to them.. you potch and you'll lose your warranty R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 17/05/2016 08:31:17 | ID: 131609

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Des Ellerby, Lincolnshire

Peugeot Boxer

Left hand side indicators very dim. and if headlamps on the indicators also cause brake lights to 'act' as indicators. Is this a poor earth and if so where will the earth points be please?

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Symptoms of poor earthing, yes. The X250, whether a Ducato, Boxer or Relay often have earthing faults in the rear light clusters and I found mine was down to the plug connector.. I had to solder an earth wire onto the neg in the light cluster and feed it through to chassis.. works fine now. The earthing points are near the rear light clusters.. on the front, they are up underneath the front bumper.. lie on the floor under the bumper and look upwards.. you'll see a couple.. all exposed to weather.. worth taking off, cleaning and applying protective film. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 12/05/2016 17:34:42 | ID: 131453

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Geoff Rowe, Essex

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, I have just bought a Pilote Galaxy 74 on a Peugeot 320 chassis. It has a straight turbo 2.5 td engine. Plenty of power at low speeds/gears but just done our first long run and found it will not go over 60 mph and when faced with a slight incline the speed drops away. We have not overloaded it and travel with empty water tanks. We got 29mpg on motorways and 27 on other roads. It has had a new clutch and only done 35000 miles. Has anyone any ideas please as nothing obvious is showing up?.

Submitted: 09/05/2016 16:16:32 | ID: 131343

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Danica, Cornwall

Peugeot Boxer

My van keeps kicking me out of first and second gears when i'm cruising downhill (rather steep hills). What's the problem here, and will I make it worse by continuing to drive the van (using 3rd to get downhill)? Many thanks.

Submitted: 08/05/2016 11:29:01 | ID: 131301

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Grahame, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

Boxer Harmony 1996 Petrol 270SWB. Can anyone out there give me some idea of what the tyre pressures should be. Previous owner seems to have inflated to around 43 Front and 60 Rear. Regards to all.

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Grahame, Open your passenger door and there should be a small stick-on attached to the door pillar near the latch indicating the tyre pressures for your vehicle.. I have Cit Relay 57plate and mine are shown as 49psi front and 65psi rear. R Evans from Caerphilly

Check your tyres, they have the correct pressures written on them. Gary from Cambridgeshire

tyres are only stamped with min and max safe operating pressures.. not the optimum pressure for that vehicle R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 07/05/2016 17:14:58 | ID: 131284

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Robert, County Down

Peugeot Boxer

1.9 turbo diesel temperature gauge has stopped working inside van new radiator temp control fitted checked all fuses even the 30 amp which are hard to get to power and fuses all ok

Submitted: 04/05/2016 20:44:50 | ID: 131174

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kevin george, Norfolk

Peugeot Boxer

hi i have a 1997 peugoet boxer motor home and can't get the radio out to update it - any ideas?

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It should be a simple din fitting and with the correct tools you should be able to slide it out a unless previous owner has 'potched' R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 03/05/2016 10:32:01 | ID: 131106

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allan downes, Rhondda Cynon Taf

Peugeot Boxer

hi i have a 2005 peugeot autoquest motorhome with 20800 on the clock , i bought last year , all has been good with only 1 hiccup on the motorway ,with fog light button lighting up and no radio and indicators then cleared. But went away 3 days ago it seemed fine did seem once slow like battery going on one start but generally ok. But today started driving along at 25 mph smelt burning in cab so pulled over quick , checked couldnt find anything , but engine diagnostic red light on dash and no speedometer and seemed bit sluggish but managed 54 mph on motorway and all eletrics ok working, got home switched off and battery was dead, fitted another started up ok no charge from altanator, fog light button lit no indicators hazards or heaters or radio, checked all fuses in 3 fuse boxes and relays nothing , my mate plugged in his diagnostics its dead ? im lost

Submitted: 02/05/2016 21:28:03 | ID: 131082

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Sophie, Lincolnshire

Peugeot Boxer

I have a Peugeot boxer avantgarde camper van. Vehicle battery regularly goes flat since putting on new battery. Milege has gone back to factory settings kilometers. Have took battery off again to see if would change back but to no avail. No garage seems to know.

Submitted: 01/05/2016 20:03:15 | ID: 131046

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Fred james, Devon

Peugeot Boxer

Intermittent starting problems as stated in my recent post 09/04/2016 ! Many thanks to R Evans Caephilly for his help in tracing the fault. The fault was traced to a defective ignition switch,faulty earth straps and replacing battery terminals.

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Thanks Fred.. glad it's sorted R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 29/04/2016 17:53:50 | ID: 130958

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Luca, Derbyshire

Peugeot Boxer

I got boxer van it starts then cuts out then it don't starts at all if you disconnect battery and put it back it starts then cuts out

Submitted: 28/04/2016 18:54:12 | ID: 130931

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Grahame, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi folks. I'm trying to give my 1996 Boxer Harmony a facelift and am trying to source a supplier for the midnight blue tape that Autosleepers applied when the conversion was built. I've spoken to the Autosleepers parts department and was told that this was no longer available. Can anyone out there help? It

Submitted: 28/04/2016 18:01:37 | ID: 130929

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daryl, Nottinghamshire

Peugeot Boxer

Got a boxer euro 5 2012 does anyone know where the starter motor relay is??? T.I.a

Submitted: 23/04/2016 18:33:42 | ID: 130727

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Bubbles O_o, Warwickshire

Peugeot Boxer

Petrol 1996 SWB Boxer - Heater only blows through the central (dash) vents and does not change to demist or floor heating.. any ideas?

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Sorry, 2005, 124,000 miles. Only purchased van a week ago so no idea how old fuel fliter is. Would a blocked filter cause the van to go into limp mode? there is definatley an electronic restriction (limp mode) when it cuts to 2200rpm. andrew from Devon

Submitted: 23/04/2016 07:16:06 | ID: 130708

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andrew, Devon

Peugeot Boxer

Hello, my van (2.2 HDI) spends 80% of the time in limp mode. If I drive on the motorway, on the flat or up a hill it's stuck at 2200-2300 rpm. When I get to the crest of a hill it then drives normally for about 30 seconds to a minute and then goes back into limp mode no matter if i'm going up a hill, down a hill or on the flat. if i'm still going down the same hill it may drive normally for another 30 seconds. It then does the same on the next hill/slope. It does seem to be better around town (coming on and of limp mode 50/50 on the flat) but still does the same thing on the hills. Have you any ideas I could try before I spend a fortune getting it diagnosed. Thank you in advance. If you need additional information please ask.

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Hi, You don't give year or mileage.....how old is your fuel filter? Sounds like it may be struggling to pass fuel unless the vehicle is flat John H from Cornwall

Sorry, 2005, 124,000 miles. Only purchased van a week ago so no idea how old fuel fliter is. Would a blocked filter cause the van to go into limp mode? there is definatley an electronic restriction (limp mode) when it cuts to 2200rpm. andrew from Devon andrew from Devon

Sorry, 2005, 124,000 miles. Only purchased van a week ago so no idea how old fuel fliter is. Would a blocked filter cause the van to go into limp mode? there is definatley an electronic restriction (limp mode) when it cuts to 2200rpm. andrew from Devon andrew from Devon

Hello John, It took me a few minutes to understand what you said, I can be a bit slow. I will change the filter and let you know. Cheers andrew from Devon

Hello John, It took me a few minutes to understand what you said, I can be a bit slow. I will change the filter and let you know. Cheers andrew from Devon

Submitted: 22/04/2016 02:12:52 | ID: 130669

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Mick Tomlin, East Sussex

Peugeot Boxer

Good afternoon I have a 2006 Boxer Autocruise motor home. It has developed a fault with the drivers door window operation. The window neither lowers or raises and all that I can hear is a contact click when the down button is operated followed about a second later by another click. Has anyone any ideas how to rectify. Thanks for any help

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Mick, sounds like the motor has gone, or the mechanism has jammed.. strip the door and have alook.. explanation is as what I told Jim from Devon on his Citroen Relay (both are re-badged Fiat Ducato X250s) R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 20/04/2016 13:52:01 | ID: 130613

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bdatlucksall@gmail.com, East Riding of Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Engine is 2011 2000HD on Motorhome. It has done 20000 miles. I had to drive 80 miles today and the orange engine icon came on when we left but apart from that ran normally. It happened a couple of years ago and contacted the Motorhome supplier and was told that sometimes after a vehicle has been stood some exhaust filter or something like that can cause it to come on. That time it went away a day or two later. The van has until last week been stood for 4 months. I need to get home today and a nearby Peugeot dealer hasn't a chance to look at it. Any ideas please BW.

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When the EML comes on there's a host of things that could be causing it.. one of which is a sticking egr valve.. try some fuel system cleaner and run it .. when it's hot, keep the engine revs over 2500rpm and you can do this driving home.. another thing that could cause it is a DPF clogging.. that is the "exhaust filter or something" that the dealer is probs on about.. it may need a regen.. and all they do is run the engine hot at about 3000rpm for 20mins.. ooh.. sounds sooo similar to the egr procedure.. yes it is.. you can do both at the same time.. fuel additive, drive home.. when engine at normal temp, drop a gear to increase the engine revs over 2500rpm and keep them there for 15-20mins.. see how it goes.. Naturally, motorway driving ideal for this. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 20/04/2016 11:17:11 | ID: 130610

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david small, West Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi I have a Peugeot Boxer 2.8 HDi 2007 motorhome which is not on your list with 30,000 on the clock.When I drive up hill there is a warning light comes on which I call the sump light because it looks like a sump but could be engine management.when it levels out at the top the light goes out and if I say in fourth gear and don't go over 40 mph the light stays off but I noticed the other day whilst travelling up hill on the M62 the light came on and as I leveled out at the top and went for 5th gear there was a loss of power.I was towing a tow car at the time and I thought the brake on the car was sticking on, I changed back down to 4th and as we wen down hill I was able to change into 5th and the light stayed off and it drove ok.I drove about 50 miles and on the way back home I deliberately dropped down to 4th going up the gradient and kept at 40 mph and the light stayed off,any ideas.

Submitted: 15/04/2016 11:47:19 | ID: 130403

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dave wolvo, West Midlands

Peugeot Boxer

how do you remove the satnav from a peugeot boxer van 2015

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BOXER 2007 LWB SIDE DOES NOT OPEN COULD IT BE THE CABLE goodwin from Essex

Submitted: 12/04/2016 13:57:26 | ID: 130287

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Han Burch, Northamptonshire

Peugeot Boxer

Peugeot boxer mini-bus. On engine start this morning the message "inc consumption power steering" flashed on the display screen. No warning lights and is driving as normal. Unfortunately I don't have a manual for it. Any answers greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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I would suggest you check the power steering fluid, sounds like it's going down = leak in system somewhere John H from Cornwall

I would suggest you check the power steering fluid, sounds like it's going down = leak in system somewhere John H from Cornwall

Submitted: 11/04/2016 16:07:29 | ID: 130239

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john billingham, West Midlands

Peugeot Boxer

i have got a peugeot boxer motorhome 2010 2.2 elddis autoquest 155 when i switch the side lights on after about 3 or 4 seconds the back offside light back offside marker light and the front nearside side side light goes out if i switch lights off then back on it works ok for a few seconds then they go out again

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John, sounds like you have an issue with earthing, loose or corroded terminals or a problem with the switch itself. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 10/04/2016 15:46:16 | ID: 130199

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Fred james, Devon

Peugeot Boxer

Vehicle Elddis Autoquest 200 / boxer 2.0L HDI 2003 short wheel base Problem when starting ! 1/ Turn key / engine starts,dash lights on. 2/ Engine cuts out / lights turn off. 3/ No lights or power until switched off and on again. 4/ After several attempts engine starts and runs but if switched off,faults will randomly re appear. This is an ongoing problem and I would be very great full for any advise or suggestions. Fred J

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Fred, It sounds to me like there could be a few things going on.. 1. Faulty/loose/corroded wiring - at battery terminals, main earthing point, alternator earth strap or connection to ECU, 2. ECU playing up and may need replacing. Have you had the vehicle plugged into a quality diagnostic system? R Evans from Caerphilly

To/ R Evans Caerphilly (Don't know your first name) Thanks very much for your comments, will try all your suggestions and let you know the results ! Fred james from Devon

To/ R Evans Caerphilly (Don't know your first name) Thanks very much for your comments, will try all your suggestions and let you know the results ! Fred james from Devon

Submitted: 09/04/2016 15:48:13 | ID: 130160

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Tony, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

This is a 1997 Petrol Boxer 1998cc Motorhome. Could you confirm whether it should be an electronic throttle body or not electronic which needs to be fitted. Help will be much appreciated. Thanks Tony

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Tony, info based on the fact that Pug Boxer is a Cit Relay with different badges.. you have a Mk2.. on the Cit Relay the throttle body is mechanically operated but there are electronic components fitted.. a re-heating unit part number 1920-X8 and a regulator unit part number 1920-X9. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 09/04/2016 12:14:00 | ID: 130151

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tom, East Riding of Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

hi i have a bailey motorhome on a boxer chassis which still comes under the warranty i have noticed a lot of condensation in the rear indicators is this a serious issue or do i just take off the covers and dry them on a good day or have to take for a hundred mile round trip?

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Tom, were it a van conversion type then I'd suggest it's just one of those things.. I have Cit Relay that regularly fills up with condensate.. it's down to poor mating surfaces on seals.. but on a Bailey MoHo you'll have the alutech chassis and purpose made lamp clusters.. if they are faulty it may be a source for water ingress into the van.. not a problem for their wood-free walls, but any water will fall by gravity and eventually get to the floor whish IS wood.. and it will rot.. I have found this on my last caravan Olympus 464.. Bailey's warranty is good, providing you notify them promptly.. the light clusters may be isolated from the interior, but you should refer to the warranty and take it to dealer to sort. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 07/04/2016 17:15:38 | ID: 130073

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Grahame, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

1996 Boxer 1998cc petrol 27600 miles. Is it possible to adjust the clutch pedal travel. At the moment, in order to get a clean gear change, the pedal has to be pushed to the floor. Thanks Grahame

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If it's the same as mine (year 2000 petrol engined Boxer) then yes you can. Under the bonnet you'll see, on the RHS as you look in (so LHS of vehicle) the end of a cable poking towards you through a very large washer. Get someone to push the clutch pedal down and you'll see the assembly move away from you. The cable end has two nuts, which lock together. Slacken off the outer nut. Turn the inner nut (do it up) so that the number of threads at the cable end increases. This effectively shortens the inner cable and means that when you push the clutch pedal it disengages the clutch sooner. BE CAREFUL - doing this too much would mean that the clutch will slip with the pedal fully up. The workshop manual tells you to measure the pedal travel (there's a diagram with dimensions). I tried this and IMHO it's a waste of time. With patience, just do as above, say three or four turns of the nut each time, and keep trying the gear change. I would also recommend making a written note of how many turns, in case you get in a mess and want to go back to the start. The reason I have been through all this is that last year I had a garage fit a new clutch and cable. After only a day's driving, the gears were very hard to engage. Cutting a long story short, the cable continued to stretch for weeks. I must have adjusted it 4 or five times until it eventually settled. Note that there is more than one type of clutch fitted to these vans. I can only vouch for what worked for mine. Hope that helps and good luck. Mike Brooks from Aberdeenshire

Thanks for that Mike. I was of the mistaken belief that the clutch was hydraulic not cable. I've only just acquired the vehicle and, although there are masses of habitation books, even a complete Autosleepers guide on the van, there are absolutely no guides, service record etc on the base vehicle. I've got a comprehensive set of MoTs and receipts going back to 2008 but nothing before that and again, no service record. Mileage is genuine 27600, fully serviced annually, clutch replaced January 16 - for peace of mind the cam belt is being changed next week. Having looked under the bonnet I can now see the clutch operating mechanism and will carry out the adjustment as you suggest. Once again, thanks Mike. (Any idea where I can get hold of copies of the base vehicle user/driver/owner guides?) Grahame from Hampshire

Hi I bought access to an electronic workshop manual on ebay for about £10. It appears to be a proper Peugeot manual. However it's certainly not a DIY manual. It is written for Peugeot trained techs. Since I have quite a lot of experience of working on vehicles I find it OK. The only DIY manual available is by Peter RusseK. Although I don't have one I understand it's very basic. Regarding owners manuals I do have the one that came with the van. It's extremely basic! You should be able to get one of these on ebay. Which Autosleeper do you have? Mine's Symbol. It's worth joining the owners forum online if you haven't already. I'm Mikebro on the forum. Rgds Mike Mike Brooks from Aberdeenshire

Thanks for that Mike. Mine is the Autosleeper Harmony. As I've said I have a full range of user guides/manuals for the habitation but nothing whatsoever for the base vehicle (1996 Peugeot Boxer 1998cc Petrol). Anything I can get, from whatever source, will assist in maintaining the vehicle for a few more years. Regards Grahame Grahame from Hampshire

Submitted: 03/04/2016 17:25:47 | ID: 129893

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