Question about Peugeot 306
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would suggest taking out ALL the plugs. The engine will turn over much faster and not drain the battery. You may find that the fuel in the engine has become diluted with water. This turning over without plugs will do a couple of things: a)free up and lubricate everything.
b) give the fuel pump the greatest chance of getting fuel through to the cylinders, c) purge some stale fuel out of the engine. You should be able to smell petrol vapour once it's coming through, albeit feintly.
c)Give you chance to check the spark on each plug.
NOTE THE LOCATION OF EACH PLUG LEAD! If these get swapped round, it will never start until they are corrected!
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
just in front of the altenator, there is a 10mm bolt, tighten that and it will tighten the fan belt .
these belts are quite tight, make sure the one you have is the correct length, sometimes the suppliers will send one that is close to the correct size, and is sometimes a few milimeters smaller.
You dont normally have to loosen anything else, but the easiest way is to put the belt on the alternator, tensioner and power steering first, then ease the belt over the ridge of the crankshaft last, one rib at a time, but evenly all the way around the pulley.
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this will help.thanks.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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i havne a 1996 peugeot 306xldt. Recently it has developed a problem and is running very lumpy. Ive replaced the air filter, glow plugs and tried injector cleaner which have made things a bit better but not cured it. It is also difficult to start and is blowing grey smoke out esp when cold
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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