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Flyer5, Durham

Peugeot Boxer

Hi any ideas what might cause this? 1997 2L petrol. Had the cam belt changed, new plugs, filters, liquids etc. When I went ot pick it up it started and died. It would start, as soon as you pressed the throttle it died. Mechanic came out and said it had previously been botched to make it run (it was running on the throttle all the time) He said it may be MAP sensor so had to leave the van. Got charge 70 quid for a map sensor and told the van was ok so went to pick it up. Started it up and it started and ticked over, as soon as I put pressure on the throttle it cut out. It did this for 5 minutes then started running ok mechanic reckoned he spent 4 hours fault finding and found a dry joint on the ecu. Mechanic reckoned it had been running rich for ages and needed a run out. drove it home and it did seem nippier and to run smoother than before. Parked it up (a week ago - its a motorhome) went to start it today; It started and ticked over lovely, no spluttering or change in tickover. Put it in reverse and started pulling off the drive and had to stop. Tried to continue and it died. Now, every time I start it it starts ok and ticks over, but on any pressure on the throttle it dies. Im asking the wider audience, any ideas what this could be? Cheers

Submitted: 06/02/2016 11:31:06 | ID: 127204

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sifan, Bristol

Peugeot Boxer

why engine is not rising than 2500 rpm in peugeot boxer 2200 cc 2005 model van

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Vehicle may have gone into limp mode where it won't go higher than 2500rpm to prevent damage to the engine. get it hooked to diagnostic machine to see what's up. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 31/01/2016 18:14:22 | ID: 126968

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Nigel, Hampshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, I have a Peugeot Boxer Auto sleeper Symbol van ( 2004) and have just had a new Alternator fitted due to red light coming on the dash which resulted in my testing with a multimeter to find out it was not charging properley etc. The van has only done 45,000 miles so not happy! Although it is fine now regarding charging......the red battery light will not go off so could it be something else as well? Any help on this matter will be gratefully received!

Submitted: 30/01/2016 12:44:12 | ID: 126902

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Brian Woodward, Bournemouth

Peugeot Boxer

Coul any one tell me where I can buy petrol fuel injectors for my peugeot boxer symbol motor home 270MWB Peugeot dealers tell me they are know longer able to get them ask where do I go from here and they were not at all helpfully can any one advise

Submitted: 25/01/2016 13:58:31 | ID: 126685

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Denise, Kent

Peugeot Boxer

Boxer 2.2 2016. Cab heater fan runs constantly when the ignition is off. Why? How can I stop it.? It is a camper van and a real pain at night. Thank you Barry

Submitted: 24/01/2016 11:05:35 | ID: 126607

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Pete, North Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi have a Peugeot boxer 2.2d motorhome how do you set the clock , have had battery off over winter Thanks

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Have the ignition set to on but engine not running.... then when you go through the menus using the mode button to the right of steering wheel the clock setting is allowed... with engine running it is not allowed. Richard from Caerphilly

Have the ignition set to on but engine not running.... then when you go through the menus using the mode button to the right of steering wheel the clock setting is allowed... with engine running it is not allowed. Richard from Caerphilly

Submitted: 22/01/2016 16:04:49 | ID: 126533

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Oliver, Surrey

Peugeot Boxer

Hi can anyone tell me were I can find the window wiper relay on a Peugeot Boxer 2013 Please.??

Submitted: 14/01/2016 21:53:11 | ID: 126150

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Cliff, Essex

Peugeot Boxer

I have an elddis motorhome based on the Peugeot boxer. I have noticed that when the cruise control is turned on, and the green cruise control lights, so does the water level and airbag with a dim glow. As soon as the cruise control is turned off these lights go out. The voice was registered in March 2013 so wondered if this a problem that is covered under warranty

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I had the same problem with my then 2.5 year old Elddis in April 2015 and the dash was replaced under warranty. I now have the same problem with the second dash after 10 months and further 4,000 miles. The solution is a third dash at a cost of approximately £800 which Peugeot are asking me to pay £500. We are in dispute with Peugeot at the moment. Not happy!!!! Jeff from Northamptonshire

Just had ours replaced under warranty at under 1000 miles. Apparently, a not uncommon occurrence. Good luck with Peugeot. Paul from Lancashire

Submitted: 02/01/2016 21:44:35 | ID: 125437

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Peter, Derbyshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hello, could anyone tell us how to access the lock barrel in the fuel filler cap please? We have replaced the door and ignition barrels successfully and fairly easily, but cannot seem to work out how to access it in the fuel filler cap without risk of damage to the hard plastic casing. Many thanks in advance Peter

Submitted: 31/12/2015 17:04:07 | ID: 125359

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Steve, Cumbria

Peugeot Boxer

1995 boxer 2l petrol Hi, I've fixed a few small issues on the old camper i bought in June but i cannot fathom how to stop water getting on the battery and tray. The battery is very close to the drivers side wing and i think that each downpour is shortening out the battery. I've put a new battery in to ensure it wasn't down to an old battery. Anyone else had similar issues- if so how resolved? Can't gamble withthis fault when out on me hols! Cheers

Submitted: 28/12/2015 21:18:23 | ID: 125258

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Matt, Devon

Peugeot Boxer

I've just recently had the steering pump and pipe replaced on my boxer after that I had the engine management come on a couple times for a few seconds and once the fan was still running after the engine was stopped but went off when I flicked the ignition on and off again drive a considerable distance the day after with no problems at all my mechanic has also told me the pulley is going on the alternator and the cat needs replacing at some point as it may fail the mot any ideas on why the engine management light has come on ?

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Matt, EML lighting up can be caused by a host of things.. you really need to get it hooked up to a diagnostic computer to see what's stored in the ecu faults. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 26/12/2015 14:25:46 | ID: 125155

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Mike, West Sussex

Peugeot Boxer

Nearside mirror won't fully open out just stuck vehicle is a camper 2014

Submitted: 26/12/2015 12:11:39 | ID: 125151

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grahahme morris, Caerphilly

Peugeot Boxer

i have a peugeot boxer 2.2 diesel auto sleeper symbol camper van 2006. it takes ages to get engine temperature up to normal . i think the thermostat needs changing, like to know were it is and how to change it, please can you help.

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If your vehicle is the type II relay then the thermostat is to the right of the engine as you look in the engine bay from the front.. there are three screws fixing the housing.. take them out and the thermostat is underneath that. Thermostat part number is 1338-23 and gasket is 1348-48. On the Type III Relay the part number is 1338-F5 and gasket is 1340-90.. the location is much the same.. to the right of the engine, but there are a few more pipes to get out of the way to access it properly. Both housings are fixed by three screws to remove the cover and then take out the thermostat and gasket. To change either, you drain the system .. move pipes out the way to access the fixings for the housing... remove the pipe that goes to the thermostat housing then the three screws that fixes the housing and pull it away.. on Type II it pulls upwards.. on type III it pulls forward. clean the area tidy before putting the new parts in.. there is likely to be some dirt and corrosion. When you refit the three housing screws, put some copper ease on them for future ease of removal. The part numbers given may differ, depending on your specific spec of vehicle... with the VIN number known, the exact part numbers and fitting could be given. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 15/12/2015 20:56:44 | ID: 124744

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John Popple, Cambridgeshire

Peugeot Boxer

Can any one please tell me if there is another oil seal within the body unit of the gear box speedometer drive. I have replaced the two O ring seals that actually fit on to the outer cable that you push in to the unit, but still oil spews out via the cable and eventually half empties the gear box. My van is Peugeot Boxer year 2000 with a 1950cc none turbo diesel engine.

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Hi, I'm pretty sure you need a new speedo cable, I've just had this and the boot at the top seals the gear oil in and stops it coming up through the middle of the cable. Not available from dealer but someone is selling them on ebay Tom from Merseyside

Submitted: 28/11/2015 23:02:25 | ID: 124123

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john, West Midlands

Peugeot Boxer

I have been ask about the immobiliser by insurance is it Thatcham approved immobiliser ? they also would like to know full make and model of immobiliser ? date fitted ? name and address of fitters and their qualifications? how would I find this out please ?

Submitted: 28/11/2015 10:56:43 | ID: 124103

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Christopher, Oxfordshire

Peugeot Boxer

My Marqis Motorhome with a 2015 150 hp diesel flattens the battery if left parked up for a few weeks, so I took the motorhome manual's advice and disconnected the negative terminal. An easy to remove clamp is supplied to facilitate this. On reconnecting the radio/nav and climate control consoles are both dead, any ideas?

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I have experiencedsom of these symptoms in my Autosleeper motorhome on a Boxer. Battery drain was proved to be cab radio and TV aerial amp continuing to take power from the battery when everything is switched off. If there is a faint glow on the radio on/off button, the radio is in standby mode and consuming power. Autosleeper fitted an isolator switch as standard to prevent this. Once I was aware of this and used the switch - problem half solved. The other half was solved by fitting a switch in the 12 volt supply to the TV aerial amp myself. You can get the radio back up by inserting a four figure code. This code should be in your vehicle documentation and instructions in your handbook. Sorry I do not know anything about your climate control. Steve Lawson from Cornwall

Steve, many thanks for your answer. Very useful. Christopher from Oxfordshire

Submitted: 25/11/2015 18:08:30 | ID: 123988

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John Hardy, South Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Where can I get an electrical circuit diagram for this vehicle it is a 2008 Motorhome.

Submitted: 19/11/2015 11:45:19 | ID: 123696

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Ray, Tyne and Wear

Peugeot Boxer

I have a pre-owned Compass Avantgarde 180 motor home 2009. Recently, it has developed a high pitch whine from the engine compartment. It only lasts for a few minutes then goes away as engine warms up. The whine is more noticeable on cold days. Thought it may be a leaking turbo but cant find any evidence of this when engine bonnet is open. Engine still responsive and achieving an average of 32.2 mile per gallon. Any suggestions ?

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It may be a loose or worn auxiliary belt if you don't have the aircon version... but that is more like a high pitch scream/screech than a whine. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 18/11/2015 19:41:06 | ID: 123660

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sadick, South Africa

Peugeot Boxer

i have a boxer 2.8 hdi i have aproblem with my gears whenever it is put into fifth gear it has a constant knocking sound can anyone please helpo me with this

Submitted: 18/11/2015 16:48:28 | ID: 123656

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Austin, Ireland

Peugeot Boxer

Have "batt" display on dash, no indicators or Hazard lights, also trip keeps resetting to Zero! Any help would. Be great

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Did you ever solve this? Richard from Rutland

Submitted: 15/11/2015 21:32:37 | ID: 123546

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hugh, Denbighshire

Peugeot Boxer

with a 2015 boxer 2.3 diesel, how do I know if it is 130 or 150 bhp ? thanks.

Submitted: 13/11/2015 21:42:01 | ID: 123469

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Karl, Shropshire

Peugeot Boxer

I have a Bailey autograph 740 registered oct 2014 the new model I too have the gear shift indicator problem in 6th gear. Also my Bluetooth for the phone does not work on the steering wheel controls I can't make the call but can end it I have to use the main head unit to start the phone call and also to get the contacts as the scroll on steering wheel does not work . The call always sounds crackling and as if I have poor reception no matter where I am but I sound clear to them .the dab also has trouble keeping hold of the signal any ideas what the problem is.i think I have the correct variant no my logbook just says 335 zuckoff tl hdi.

Submitted: 07/11/2015 13:10:53 | ID: 123249

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Brian Ray, Essex

Peugeot Boxer

What are the four circles that appear in the vehicle instrument panel for ? Vehicle is a Elddis Motorhome.

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I presume you mean when the ignition is switched on.. and four circles appear.. then go off after a short while.. if so.. this is an indication of oil level.. it should be five circles when optimum level, but four is fine... PS.. never rely on electronic indication of oil level.. they do develop faults.. always rely on dipstick checking for correct oil level. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 22/10/2015 11:38:15 | ID: 122585

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malcolm jeffries, West Midlands

Peugeot Boxer

i have just got a peugeot boxer r reg motorhome but the interior lights wont turn on the rest of the electrical equipment is ok i have been told that there is a master switch to turn on but i cant find it?

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Malcolm.. it is more likely that the lights are covered by a fuse rather than a master switch, in particular id the rest of the electrics are fine.. does not really make sense to fit a master switch for what is essentially a low power lighting circuit.. unless previous owner added one !! It could be possible that one exists, but not a likely candidate. R Evans from Caerphilly

Malcolm.. it is more likely that the lights are covered by a fuse rather than a master switch, in particular id the rest of the electrics are fine.. does not really make sense to fit a master switch for what is essentially a low power lighting circuit.. unless previous owner added one !! It could be possible that one exists, but not a likely candidate. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 21/10/2015 22:26:06 | ID: 122567

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Paul Little, Kent

Peugeot Boxer

Sliding side door won't open using the key fob on my Peugeot boxer 2007 any ideas how to resolve this problem

Submitted: 12/10/2015 18:12:12 | ID: 122247

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s dickens, Lancashire

Peugeot Boxer

two drainage holes at the extreme right and left of the cab at bottom of windscreen,( and outside of squirt holes for screen washes) are both blocked. Have tried pushing 8 inch plastic cable tie through to clear blockage but no luck. I can feel the tubes under the bonnet but don't know where they end up. Can you advise an intrepid lady pensioner to sort out her beloved motorhome? I think I've got the model right, as it is a 2014 150 euro 5 engine. thank you

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Both pipes should simply feed through an opening in the inner wing body panel and on many vehicles just dangle there.. you should be able to pull them down from the upper mountings and then get the whole tube out to clean.. but check first. Reinstallation is reverse of removal R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 09/10/2015 20:34:51 | ID: 122122

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Peter Crowther, South Africa

Peugeot Boxer

Hi can any one tell me where the Crank angle sensor is on my 2001 2.8 HDI turbo diesel Boxer. is it the one at the top of the bell housing towards the back of engine close to turbo ?. mine is faulty but Peugeot dont stock anymore mine is 15mm diameter , 30mm long . 2 pin plug . 2 holes for screws . thanks any one can help .

Submitted: 05/10/2015 14:01:09 | ID: 121999

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paul, Greater London

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, I've got to replace door mirror , I need to know how to get to the electric window control unit , does it just pop out or do I need to remove the whole door card? Thanks in advance

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Paul, on a 2006- Boxer you don't need to do any of that to remove a door mirror.. just remove the plastic trim to the small window... that will reveal the four mounting screws which are hex.. remove them and then go to outside and lift upwards and outwards to remove the mirror.. feed the wiring loom out to unplug it. If you really do need to get the window control unit out then you have to remove the door card. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 03/10/2015 14:28:16 | ID: 121917

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Steve Lawson, Cornwall

Peugeot Boxer

Intermittently, when turning the ignition key to start the vehicle, absolutely nothing happens - no lights, no sounds, dead as a dodo. Simply by knocking (tapping) the Central Fuse and Relay Box, everything comes to life and the engine can be started. There is either a sticky relay or a dry joint. Can anyone tell me which relay is suspect please ?

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Steve, I'd check the main cable into the box first.. sounds more like you have loose wiring rather than faulty relays.. it could also be dirty connections. R Evans from Caerphilly

I had same problem .I replaced the earth cable from the engine to body. not had the problem since dave broomfield from Kent

I had same problem .I replaced the earth cable from the engine to body. not had the problem since dave broomfield from Kent

Submitted: 01/10/2015 21:55:27 | ID: 121866

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Don Hopkins, Suffolk

Peugeot Boxer

My problem is i have very recently bought this camper van the Cab heater not blowing as as hot as it should be , have changed antifreeze and flushed the system ,i think i have all the air out but maybe some left in heater unit,, can you help please.

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couple of questions first whats the age of the van, engine cc, does the temp gauge run nicely in the middle of the clock normal temp? my initial diagnosise would be the thermostat is stuck open so the engine is not getting up to running temperature. hope this helps mike wilkes from Oxfordshire

couple of questions first what is the age of the van, engine cc, does the temp gauge run nicely in the middle of the clock normal temp? my initial diagnosis would be the thermostat is stuck open so the engine is not getting up to running temperature. hope this helps mike wilkes from Oxfordshire

Thanks Mike Wilkes, the age of the van is 1996 its a 2.5 non Turbo Diesel. the Temp gauge runs nicely just on 90 and will stay there. Have bought a new Thermostat but not fitted yet as not sure if that is the problem. don hopkins from Suffolk

Thanks Mike Wilkes, the age of the van is 1996 its a 2.5 non Turbo Diesel. the Temp gauge runs nicely just on 90 and will stay there. Have bought a new Thermostat but not fitted yet as not sure if that is the problem. don hopkins from Suffolk

Submitted: 27/09/2015 14:15:36 | ID: 121694

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Malcolm Pearson, Buckinghamshire

Peugeot Boxer

We have a 2015 Peugeot Boxer 2.2 hdi based motorhome. the 'upshift' indicator on the dash lights up even when in 6th gear. has anyone had this problem? and know how to fix it. seems to have the dealers scratching their heads as the don't seem to be able to fix it.

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We have had exactly the same problem and the dealer has disabled the function all together and tried to tell us that our model (which is the same as yours) should not have had this function in the first place!! We have e mailed the EU to try and establish if this is the case as our belief was that all Euro 5 vehicles should have this function. Would be really interested to hear how you have got on with your dealer on this one. Paul Paul Wardell from Warwickshire

We have had exactly the same problem and the dealer has disabled the function all together and tried to tell us that our model (which is the same as yours) should not have had this function in the first place!! We have e mailed the EU to try and establish if this is the case as our belief was that all Euro 5 vehicles should have this function. Would be really interested to hear how you have got on with your dealer on this one. Paul Paul Wardell from Warwickshire

Paul/Malcolm My Peugeot boxer light problem was referred to Peugeot France back in August 2015.Appears they suspect engine computer system but won't replace it for fear of being wrong! I, too have been offered the "switch off" option which I have rejected. My motorhome has also a fault with the rear fog lights,a yellow warning triangle comes on as well as the normal light on the dashboard plus a scroll message telling me to get the lights checked.When switching the fog lights off the yellow triangle still remains on hence masking any further problems with the engine unless I stop and turn off the ignition. It would be interesting if you could try your vans to see if you have this problem.Peugeot claim it is in the wiring loom when Elddis converted the Peugeot chassis to a motorhome but they could be connected Mark Mark Crossley from South Yorkshire

Hi Mark, Thanks for your reply. I have since been in contact with the EU regarding this issue and having found out the answers have escalated it with Peugeot via customer service and its created quite a stir. Firstly let me advise you that if your vehicle was built after September 2014 it has to be Euro 6 compliant. This means that it MUST have a fully functioning gear up-shift notification system fitted to the dashboard,if it does not then it is breaking EU Law. The solution to correct the problem is a complete instrument and dashboard replacement so I've been told which takes about ten days to order in and a couple to refit......both of which obviously fall under the vehicles warranty. I'll let you know the outcome in due course as I am away from home from next Monday for three weeks on business and so will get the sorted in December. With regards to the fog lamp issue you have I'm afraid I cannot help as the problem does not replicate itself on my vehicle. Hope this helps, Best regards, Paul Paul Wardell from Warwickshire

Peugeot have offered me money to have the function "switched off".I'd be very interested how you learnt about the dashboard replacement solution.This sounds an expensive option but one I've not been offered Mark Crossley from South Yorkshire

Peugeot are fitting a new instrument panel to put it right. Refuse the cash and go directly to head office. i've pushed hard and they have relented. Hope you manage to get yours sorted. Paul Wardell from Warwickshire

Paul I am very interested who told you at Peugeot UK re new instrument panel.I have been in regular contact with Peugeot Customer Service by either email or telephone.I have mainly dealt with either a Joanne or Emma and they have not spoken about your solution at all Mark Crossley from South Yorkshire

Hi Mark, As a matter of interest how much have they offered you and do you have it on writing?? Paul Wardell from Warwickshire

Paul Below is a section taken from Peugeot UK email.I wrote to the MD of the company re the light and several other issues rejecting the van.The habitation issues were dealt with ,even having Elddis engineers come down to re-direct the kitchen sink waste as it wouldn't drain.Peugeot claim the light is only advisory so the van is ok to drive.We are still pursuing the rejection if the light issue cannot be sorted in a reasonable time ,as to me ,the van is unsaleable. "Following your email I would like to confirm that the offer of £1000.00 in recognition of the inconvenience caused was made on condition that you retained your motorhome. If you decide after taking legal advice to proceed with the rejection via ******* Caravans, I’m afraid this offer would be withdrawn. " Who are you in contact with at Peugeot? Mark Crossley from South Yorkshire

Hi Mark, John Keegan has been my case officer and it has now been agreed to reinstate the up-shift lights for the gearbox but there is no guarantee that it will fix it because it appears to be an inherent fault. If it does fail again I'm stuck with it until the 'fix' is released by Peugeot sometime in the future. My motorhome (A Bailey) is booked in for next Monday. Mark, I've had to push really hard for this and believe it's a disgrace that they try and treat their customers like they're an inconvenience. John Keegan was helpful up to a point and then reneged on what he'd agreed (on Monday eve) until I ripped him apart on the phone only yesterday!!! Let's hope the issue gets resolved. I demanded to be put up the chain of command until someone with enough to clout could agree to put right a problem that they had knowingly put out into the market. Let me know how you get on! Paul Wardell from Warwickshire

Hi Paul, I have the same problem with our new Accent motorhome. it is like pushing water up hill. I have been told that the software fix is to turn off the gear shift light altogether but reading these notes this seem to breach regulations. Can you please advise where I can find out about the EU regulations and who is the best contact at Peugeot. Derek Brown from Cheshire

Hi Paul, I have the same problem with our new Accent motorhome. it is like pushing water up hill. I have been told that the software fix is to turn off the gear shift light altogether but reading these notes this seem to breach regulations. Can you please advise where I can find out about the EU regulations and who is the best contact at Peugeot. Derek Brown from Cheshire

This is the final response from Peugeot which I have accepted. Peugeot dealers fitted a new BSI unit. Mark Crossley from South Yorkshire

Further to your recent communication, I have sought clarification in regard to the specification of your vehicle and can confirm that the ‘Gear Shift Indicator’ which is currently in your vehicle, has been fitted additionally to specification. The current Euro5 emissions standard Boxer/Relay should not have a Gear Shift Indicator (G.S.I.). This function will not be fitted as standard until Euro6 emissions vehicles come out next year, when it is a legal requirement. Mark Crossley from South Yorkshire

Submitted: 24/09/2015 15:16:08 | ID: 121591

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ron eccles, North Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

My campervan is new. I find it very difficult to shut the side sliding door. Reading some other reports, I am not the only one. I wondered whether anybody on here has found a cure. Only way to close it fully is to go outside and give it a good pull.

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Quite ofte this will be down to a door runner either going faulty or just dropping.. if it's a new van get the dealer to check this out and adjust the door position. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 23/09/2015 15:17:32 | ID: 121537

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Mark Crossley, South Yorkshire

Peugeot Boxer

Chassis used for an Elddis Motorhome.When in 6th gear and cruising at around 60 mph,the "Change Up" light appears

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For what it is worth, my new van does the same. I just ignore it as I know I do not have 7 gears. Reading the manual, it states it is just an information light that does not actually mean change up, it just means change gear(??), so could mean change down. Very odd. ron eccles from North Yorkshire

I have exactly the same issue with my 2015 Marquis (Elddis) Majestic. Also the battery runs down after a few weeks parked up, so I took the Marqis owners' manual advice and disconnected the battery's negative terminal. When reconnected the audio/nav and climate control consoles were dead. Any ideas? Christopher from Oxfordshire

I have exactly the same issue with my 2015 Marquis (Elddis) Majestic. Also the battery runs down after a few weeks parked up, so I took the Marqis owners' manual advice and disconnected the battery's negative terminal. When reconnected the audio/nav and climate control consoles were dead. Any ideas? Christopher from Oxfordshire

Ron Peugeot UK and Peugeot France are now involved trying to come up with a solution including a software re-write so I don't believe the problem is trivial especially on a new m/home. On a different forum it has been suggested a new dashboard console is required! Chris Peugeot have suggested to me that a new engine management unit maybe needed (look up Peugeot ECU and BSI).when I googled them all sorts of problems appear to go wrong when the battery is disconnected as the action appears to be part of re programming the ECU/BSI which can affect any electrical item in the van! Mark Crossley from South Yorkshire

Submitted: 22/09/2015 19:03:15 | ID: 121506

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malcolm lassman, Essex

Peugeot Boxer

hi,,, 2008 boxer swb , the drivers side wiper has come disconnected from long arm that both screen wipers are connected to. It seems to have popped out of a rubber socket , Thanks

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Just pop it back on fella.. if it keeps coming off there is wear in the plastic within the socket.. get a new mechanism or go to a breakers R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 22/09/2015 17:34:07 | ID: 121503

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Jim Wilson, Staffordshire

Peugeot Boxer

My newly acquired motorhome has developed an engine squealing noise at a cold start up. It last for a few second only and does not occur again when restarted. Any ideas? Thanks

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Fan belt possibly needs adjusting. ron eccles from North Yorkshire

Fan belt possibly needs adjusting. ron eccles from North Yorkshire

Submitted: 22/09/2015 15:37:25 | ID: 121489

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malcolm lassman, Essex

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, the drivers side wiper has come un plugged from the long arm that both wipersare connected to, tried to take off light unit but was not too succesful to get at the problem. Thanks ,

Submitted: 21/09/2015 17:26:41 | ID: 121449

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Dave, Bournemouth

Peugeot Boxer

When in reverse there's an occasional beeping sound (not the parking sensors). Is there anyway I can turn this off? Thanks Dave

Submitted: 15/09/2015 23:55:00 | ID: 121198

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Peter Crowther, South Africa

Peugeot Boxer

hi my van suddenly stopped . no maniacal noise, changed cam belt , had fuel pump fixed ( now engine warning light goes off . yippeeee ) still wont start . is the big valve on the back of the fuel pump a cut off valve ??

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phone me in krugersdorp 0843903841 gawie from South Africa

phone me in krugersdorp 0843903841 gawie from South Africa

Submitted: 12/09/2015 07:27:56 | ID: 121062

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Ken Harvey, West Sussex

Peugeot Boxer

Driver's side window will not close. Passenger side seems in order.

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Ken, it really may be something as simple as dust got into the switch if it's an older van.. I had that very issue on my 57 plate.. was told by garage that the switch was faulty and needed replacement.. then told dealer only part.. at £130+vat.. ain't paying that.. so I took the switch out and stripped it.. cleaned it and reassembled.. BINGO! But I did find that the cause WAS dirty contacts inside the switch and was satisfied it was not faulty. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 07/09/2015 14:45:53 | ID: 120888

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Martin Sorrell, Powys

Peugeot Boxer

Power is not getting to the radiator cooling fan. I have tested the fan by connecting it directly to the battery and it runs fine. Checked the connection from the switch in the radiator to the fan and thats ok. NOTE; it switches the negative side. My Russek manual shows a fuse in the positive side of the circuit but I can not find a fuse anywhere, it is not in the passenger side glovebox fusebox. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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Martin, I base this entry on presumption that you have a 2006- van which essentially is same as a Cit Relay (which I have).. in the engine compartment towards the right, there is a box for fuses and relays.. two 10mm screws fit the lid on it... the fuses are not the standard but MAXI fuses. Take the top off the box and the fuse for the fan should be 40/50A fuse.. and on mine it's the third from left on the top row.. there are eight fuses in all (if I remember right).. my fuse blew when the bearings in the main fan went.. there are two fans on a Relay and each has it's own fuse, thankfully, or I could have ended in disaster. R Evans from Caerphilly

Submitted: 06/09/2015 16:46:52 | ID: 120862

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