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larry Onyia, Bristol

Peugeot Boxer

My peugeot Boxer. With HDI engine Have been parked for over a year, i tried starting it but not able. What do i do?Am in Nigeria in West Africa.

Submitted: 24/09/2016 11:14:38 | ID: 135419

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terry sprake, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi,i would like to know if the front wheel bearings are adjustable,on 1998 peugeot boxer 320 mwb.thanks

Submitted: 22/09/2016 17:25:46 | ID: 135378

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Dave Evans, Lancashire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi I have a 1997 Boxer Motorhome, 1.9td, I think its a 230L but that wasnt an option in selecting model for this question. Looked at radiator and a lot of the front rows have perished so I am going to replace it. My query is I thought I might replace the water pump whilst everything was drained, but in my book it says that the cam belt has to be removed, does anybody know if i have to touch the cam belt as i am not to keen on that. Thanks Daven to go there

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Dave, on the 1.9td engine you have to remove any auxiliary belt AND the timing belt.. the water pump is toothed and timing belt will have to be removed... but then if it ain't broke, why fix it... if it's not leaking and performing ok don't bother. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 18/09/2016 17:08:55 | ID: 135264

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Christine, Darlington

Peugeot Boxer

Hi I have just bought a Peugeot woodwind lux motorhome central seating with two tables Does anyone know how the cushions are placed to make a double bed ?

Submitted: 08/09/2016 21:35:23 | ID: 135033

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david small, West Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

I have a Peugeot Boxer 2.8 HDi motorhome 2007 with 30,000miles on the clock, when I rev the engine to 3000 revs the particulate/emissions light comes on and whilst on when I try to change up he gears it seems to go into limp mode, it drives perfectly below 3000 revs. I have a had an auto electrician test , sent me for a smoke test, no leak, changed the censor but it still comes on and looses power. It has cost me £160 so far and he tells me there is no particulate filter on my vehicle. Anybody can help please.

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Well I can tell you that there is no particulate filter on yours.. they were introduced on much later models to comply with Euro rules. What you should have is a lambda sensor also known as oxygen sensor.. they can fail and give false readings to ecu about the condition of the exhaust fumes... if it is faulty it won't tell the ecu that... so won't come up on diagnostics. There is an egr valve that can clog up and give this outcome, also a boost pressure sensor that clogs up that could also give you issues. You can take them off and clean them yourself at no cost... replace and try. Careful you don't damage the egr valve gaskets.. or get new ones anyway, they are cheap enough R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 04/09/2016 19:11:59 | ID: 134915

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Reg Reeves, Bridgend

Peugeot Boxer

I am trying to obtain a Certificate of Conformity for my Boxer Autosleeper Nuevo motorhome. I took the boxer to france and registerd it,now i am living in Wales and need UK plates and the DVLA is requesting a Certificate of conformity,I contacted Peugeot in France and their website is asking for NRE of the vehicle.I cannot find anything to match this,can you help me please?

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Reg, contact the VOSA people at the testing depot in Llantrisant.. their nearest test centre is behind Corner Park garage on the A4119. All I think they are looking for is a full test by VOSA to show the vehicle is safe for UK roads... something like MOT really. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 04/09/2016 15:04:55 | ID: 134913

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David Wright, Essex

Peugeot Boxer

Radio works for a while then goes to phone mode and alternates between phone and radio mode. With no phones in the vehicle

Submitted: 01/09/2016 17:57:51 | ID: 134828

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Stephen, Norfolk

Peugeot Boxer

Hi I have a 2010 boxer camper van with 2.2 engine that seems To be using to much engine oil 650 miles to 1litre only done 23000 miles no leaks does not have oil in turbo pipes no smoke and no running problems. Any ideas Ps details above are correct ie 2010 Mwb 2.2 Could not find on list

Submitted: 29/08/2016 17:52:18 | ID: 134744

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Timothy Snowden, Nottinghamshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi i have a four month old motorhome , Elddis evolution with Purgeot cab. My radio is fine when stationary but hopeles on the road. I have been told that the arial connection my be lose and will find it in my drivers side wing mirror. Is this correct and if so how do i get into the mirror to check it

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Prob not loose.. just a silly design issue they didn't put much thought to... many campers have same issue and due to plastic shell of Moho you can't get a good earth for aerial so they made smaller aerials and hid them in mirror housing. To get into check you pull the mirror glass off but expect it to break. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 23/08/2016 11:32:45 | ID: 134585

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mike hicks, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

I have just purchased the above vehicle and have noticed that lots of water drips out of the exhaust, my trip home was about 150 miles and since has stood on the drive for three days. Would this be normal or should I be getting it checked out at the dealers?

Submitted: 22/08/2016 19:58:23 | ID: 134574

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Muriel Boyall, Lincolnshire

Peugeot Boxer

Answer received about position of pollen filter but cant get past first step as phillips screwdiver does not seem to fit. What tool removes these 3 screws please. My van is listed as 330 swb diesel 2008

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Torx piece for three screws. R Evans from Caerphilly

You might get away with Allen key but small risk it may damage the screw head R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 22/08/2016 09:53:22 | ID: 134555

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dave evans, Lancashire

Peugeot Boxer

can someone tell me where to locate the fuse box on a 1997 boxer 1.9td. I have found the one in the glove box but cant fine the engine one.

Submitted: 21/08/2016 21:16:08 | ID: 134543

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Mick, Warwickshire

Peugeot Boxer

I have a Boxer 2009 L1 campervan. Sometimes the electronic warning light comes on but does not to do with the engine. The van wasn't used for 6 weeks, but when started up last weekend the airbag light has come on and stays on when engine is running. Is this an easy fix or can I have it disconnected?

Submitted: 20/08/2016 20:48:26 | ID: 134514

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Muriel Boyall, Lincolnshire

Peugeot Boxer

Elddis motorhome boxer van 2008 Please help me locate pollen filter

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Muriel, Open the lockable storag compartment in the middle of the dash.. inside there are three screws holding a rail to the opening.. remove them. then unclip the rail from the door and undo the final screws fixing the door and remove it. Behind, there is a black panel about 1ft by 4inches with two small fixings. remove them and pull the panel away to reveal the pollen filter which pulls downwards and out. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 20/08/2016 12:43:02 | ID: 134503

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Tommy, Greater Manchester

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, I have a Peugeot 2.8 HDi Boxer-based Motorhome in which has developed a problem of jumping out of fifth gear! I can select all other gears first through fourth and reverse with no bother. There has been no grinding noises or any other signs of potential failure with regards to the gearbox/selection etc. The Motorhome was bought in November 2015 so we did no mileage over the winter break. Since driving the vehicle, late May, it has done a little over 400 miles. Has anyone an idea to the cause of the problem and if so what would be the solution. Many thanks, Tommy.

Submitted: 11/08/2016 14:53:14 | ID: 134286

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Tony, Lancashire

Peugeot Boxer

Clutch pedal keeps breaking ....clutch very stiff. I've had a new clutch and cable fitted but no different. Can anyone suggest a possible cause.

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I recently bought a Boxer motorhome and the clutch was very heavy. On my first few days away the pedal was getting lower towards the floor and harder to engage the gears. By the time I got it back to the supplying garage it completely packed up as I got onto their forecourt. They looked at it and told me it was just adjustment as the new clutch cable that they had fitted recently had stretched. I wasn't happy but took it away to try still very heavy On my next trip out I got stuck in some rush hour traffic and my left leg was in agony and I must admit I thought the pedal would break. After a discussion the garage agreed to fit a new clutch but told me it was normal to be heavy and did not think it would make much difference. They fitted a new clutch supplied by Peugeot and it was slightly better but still too heavy for my liking. I took it home and took the clutch cable off and tested it. I could see that there was some slight damage to the outer cable plastic cover and the metal outer cable had rusted slightly. On close inspection the cable had frayed at the top end. Put a new cable on now nice and light as it should be. So take the cable off and check it for freedom of movement. There are two lengths of cable make sure you get the right one because if it is too short it may not run freely it the bends are too tight. Hope this helps Kim from Buckinghamshire

Submitted: 08/08/2016 04:24:08 | ID: 134189

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drew watson, City of Glasgow

Peugeot Boxer

I have a peugot boxer year 2000 when i switch ignition on only the key symbol comes up and when i switch it off the oil light comes on. it will not start can you help ?

Submitted: 06/08/2016 00:39:52 | ID: 134138

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kevin, West Midlands

Peugeot Boxer

How do you take the fixed speed limiter off

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Kevin, if it has been set you'll need to get it onto a Peugeot diagnostics system.. Peugeot Planet 2000 can be used or Diagbox... you can get these on 'popular auction site' for less than the price that Pug will charge to plug it in.. beware tho the Chinese clones work.. but can only install them on Win XP computer/laptop... I have one.. works fine for me and my Cit using the Lexia 3 software that comes with it.. haven't tried the Pug kit tho R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 05/08/2016 07:56:38 | ID: 134125

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Phil Redman, Bristol

Peugeot Boxer

we have a 2000 autocruise starfire motorhome runs fine on straight road does 80 easy but totally loses power on hills, the revs die right down even when changing to lower gear

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It will be the throttle body, I had exactly the same and once I changed it the van runs perfect and has full power back again. Darren from Cambridgeshire

Submitted: 02/08/2016 14:58:41 | ID: 134049

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purkiss, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

A cam follower broke on our Peugeot Elddis sunseeker camper van and were told the warranty didn't cover this as it was caused by driver error. We were on the motorway doing 55mph and the engine started making noises. Has anyone else ever encountered this and been told the same?

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I'd find it hard to explain how driver error can cause failure of a cam follower, mate. The cam followers are integral part of the cylinder head unit and fitted with critical tolerances and short of sticking a screwdriver into one through the hole of the oil filler cap, you'll not damage one by driver error. Get legal advice or citizens advice bureau to claim. you're getting fobbed off, mate R Evans from Caerphilly

Many thanks R Evans from Caerphilly. Depending on the outcome I will take heed of your advice. purkiss from Hampshire

Submitted: 28/07/2016 20:11:36 | ID: 133924

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Paul Williams, Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Stuck in a 10-hour jam on the autobahn recently and since then there has been an unfamiliar rattle when idling. Can't decipher whether it's the clutch or the engine/drive belts but there has been no overheating, loss of fluids or unexpected warning lights and performance on the road has been normal (no lag or misfiring). It's a 2.2 Boxer chassis with 29,000 miles on the clock. The service light comes on when first starting up but flashes five times and goes off - last serviced at 21,000 miles 18 months ago.

Submitted: 27/07/2016 14:28:53 | ID: 133889

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Tim Holmes, Durham

Peugeot Boxer

Is there a Haynes Manuel for a pergeot boxer harmony autosleeper yr 1998 or a book about the engine that I could refure to if that's how you spell it. Thanks.

Submitted: 25/07/2016 18:08:21 | ID: 133829

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Nigel, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hoping someone can help.............! I had a new alternator fitted a couple of months ago due to red battery light staying on and battery not charging. All has been well until a couple of days ago when the red light started to flicker on and now comes on and off quite regularly. The battery is fairly new, around 3 years old and heavy duty...100 ah. The battery is reading 13 plus volts. Why would the red battery light be coming on again.........?

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Possibly dirty connections, loose or damaged leads.. mainly earth strap. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 23/07/2016 21:14:20 | ID: 133773

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William Clarke, Staffordshire

Peugeot Boxer

Would the brake discs for a 3 litre x250 fit my x230 motorhome 2.5td non abs?

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William.. the answer to this is.. possibly.. although they are different base chassis, there are many discs compatible with other vehicles.... send me your chassis number to fb1051 at btinternet dot com and I'll check for sure for you. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 22/07/2016 22:08:12 | ID: 133744

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Joyce, Merseyside

Peugeot Boxer

We have a 1997 elddis motorhome based on a Peugeot boxer chassis. Runs fine on straight roads but totally loses power on hills The revs die right down even when I change to lower gear. It has recently had a full service so I know it's not the filters Any suggestions?

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Have your catalytic converter checked it's probably blocked RAYMOND SCRAFIELD from Norfolk

Submitted: 20/07/2016 17:38:05 | ID: 133682

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Brian Woodward, Bournemouth

Peugeot Boxer

How can I take petrol tank out and clean system through fuel left in tank for 9months

Submitted: 18/07/2016 21:38:56 | ID: 133631

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julie, Durham

Peugeot Boxer

if my ecu was broke would my van still start? fitted a new diesel pump and since then it starts and runs for a few minutes then cuts out.

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In my non professional opinion it sounds like air in the fuel line. There should be a bleed screw on the lower part of the fuel filter housing, loosen slightly and pump the button on top of filter until the foam turns to fuel. Don't forget to catch the drips. Make sure the battery is fully charged and turn the key. There might be a cough and splutter, bear with it. As and when she does fire, don't be gentle with the throttle. This procedure may take a few tries but hopefully you will get a result. If not, a pint in the right man's hand may be a good investment. See you on the road. William Clarke from Staffordshire

Julie, when you change the high pressure fuel pump you have to connect to the ecu via the OBD and tell the ecu that there is a new pump fitted and the ecu will 'learn' the new settings for that pump. But, as William has said, there may be air in the system that needs to be bled out too. You don't need to go to Pug for this.. a diesel tuning centre can do it at a fraction of the cost.. they can also check the diagnostics to see if there's any other fault registered. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 18/07/2016 20:23:01 | ID: 133628

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katrina Windsor, Cumbria

Peugeot Boxer

Heater fan working on all speeds. Heat does come out if screen and foot vents, but no air either hot or cold comes out of side or centre vents. Can anyone suggest what the problem might be.

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Sounds like linkage at the blower direction dial may have bent, twisted, broken or disconnected. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 17/07/2016 18:28:41 | ID: 133590

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cheryl burnett, County Londonderry

Peugeot Boxer

Hi i have got a peugeot boxer 2005 stuck in reverse, i have changed the gear cable brand new , im still stuck in reverse

Submitted: 14/07/2016 20:35:53 | ID: 133527

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chris, Gloucestershire

Peugeot Boxer

1996 camper which has a gearbox issue. The parts are no longer made ! Any help will be appreciated

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Chris, you may find that Peugeot have stopped making the parts but you should be able to get pattern parts.. or a replacement gearbox. Don't forget..it's the same van as a Citroen Relay and the Fiat Ducato... and most parts are the same for each. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 14/07/2016 13:37:12 | ID: 133519

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Don, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

Where is the relay for the windscreen wipers.

Submitted: 10/07/2016 18:11:23 | ID: 133412

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brad, Caerphilly

Peugeot Boxer

hello can anybody tell me what the oil level should show on the dip stick. I bought the van new when I checked it then it was well over both of the mid section lines. and after the 40,000 service which was done by Peugeot it is still over both lines

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dipstick is usually the one to go by, but that is assuming it is correct in the first place. the only way to be sure is to find the capacity for your engine (there are variants with different capacities)... drop the oil and let it drain a good while.. replace drain plug and fill with the exact amount.. and see where the level lies on the dipstick.. IT might be incorrect. As far as the markings on your dipstick.. there should be a max and min clearly marked.. anywhere between is ok, R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 10/07/2016 11:08:20 | ID: 133393

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Steven hubbard, Kent

Peugeot Boxer

I have a intermittent diesel leak from a unit behind the vacuum pump v belt? If you follow the fuel pipe from the hand priming bulb it goes to this unit my question is what it is this unit as mine keeps leaking fuel over the road.

Submitted: 09/07/2016 09:05:00 | ID: 133359

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John Goring, Somerset

Peugeot Boxer

Hi there, can anyone help with a problem we have, our motor home has regular services and a problem has occured that is when turning using the indicator the engine stops, as soon as you stop indicating the engine will pick up and off you go. I have checked the earth strap, battery terminals, and they are ok or seem to be. This starts and stops as and when, any help would be great. The van is built on a peugeot boxer 320, 2.5 ltr diesel, 2000 year, only 48000 miles. Cheers John

Submitted: 07/07/2016 18:43:31 | ID: 133324

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Vulin, Hrvatska

Peugeot Boxer

How to stop noise inside of van? It's coming from the rear doors and slide doors. the highway was ok , but on a local road with holes is a disaster .. sounds like plastic humps per sheet

Submitted: 06/07/2016 21:35:22 | ID: 133302

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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.

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The Citroen part numbers are 8251-N6 and 8251-N7.. you can take these part numbers to Pug dealer and get them.. but the Citroen parts diagrams do not show them to be modified or upgraded parts and alas, with these numbers I think you may be getting the same parts as already fitted R Evans from Caerphilly

Plenty of scrap yards about....... William Clarke from Staffordshire

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?

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These are not bump stops ,but part of the rear suspension. They are actually rubber "springs" and are normally close or touching the axle depending on load. If your rear springs are decamberd then that is a fault. Peter Harnden from Norfolk

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

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See the above answer for Julie of Durham William Clarke from Staffordshire

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

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