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Peugeot expert turbo oil sump gasket replace

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check the water pump gasket and timing chain gasket for leaks. You should take it and have a coolant pressure test done to quickly determine the source of your problem.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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Hi, I have a 2.0HDI Expert which was doing the exact same thing as yours, blowing thick black smoke, sluggish and loss of power on gradients, a hissing sound and surging. I replaced the air flow meter but that didn't help. I was told to replace the turbo but a turbo expoert told me not to as it would blow white smoke if it was faulty. I was then told to replace the injectors but a diagnostic test showed them to be functioning fine. I was then told to look at the intercooler which had thick sludge at the lower left pipe. I replaced it today - Sunday 12th July and it is now driving like a new van. It now pulls me up gradients with ease in 4th and 5th instead of having to drop gear to get to the top. I got a replacement from Euro Car Parts for £147 inc VAT. To tell if this is your problem, look through the gaps in the lower section of the bumper at what looks like the radiator and look for sludge over the inside of the bumper and all over the pipe where it joins the back of the radiator (intercooler). Also open the bonnet and look down behind the grille for the same sludge. Hope this sorts it for you. Barry, Newtownards, Northern Ireland.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: peugeot hdi not accelerating fully and oil leak from turbo

Change your engine oil along with oil filter because the same oil is used to cool down your turbo and any dirt means you're going to damage your turbo. Also check the diesel/petrol filter and replace it if not serviced in last two years. Check the hdi pressure (computer diagnose in a garage) because if it is not high enough you can't gain the desired acceleration. If injector seals are leaking then obviously pressure leaks. Clean your turbo sorrounding and check the leakage of oil. In solenoid area If its not enough to drip down or just a little amount that sits with dirt then don't worry (as caused by solenoid seal wear & tear) it has enough life to cover another thousands of miles. Find this solenoid and let it replaced. But if it is from your turbo fan then it doesn't comes out but goes directly in engine to burn with fuel and you can't even find a drop around your turbo housing. Best way is to keep your car serviced in regular intervals.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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SOURCE: wheres the filler plug on the expert

put the van on full lock to the left, look under the L/H wheel arch in front of the wheel, just in front of the drive shaft you will see a tin cover held on by 13mm headed bolts, on the back row the tin is cut away a little way up is a bigger bolt head (maybe 16mm) that is the fill plug.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: mazda 6 2o diesel replaced turbo new unit same

There is a oil drain return from the turbo charger to the sump. If the sump oil level covers the outlet into the sump, oil will build excess pressure tin the turbo causing the sealing rings to leak oil in to the intake manifold. This would cause smokey exhaust and loss of oil. Try this. Drain the sump completely, refill with the exact quantity of oil to Mazda spec. Dip the oil and if the new oil level is lower than the full mark on the dipstick, you have found the cause of the problem. Mark this new level with a scriber or file and fill only to this new level. Hope this is the solution.

Posted on Mar 23, 2010

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Im not fully conversant with Turbos , but I would hazard a guess from memory that there is an oil feed from the engine to the turbo to lubricate it. I would think that the oil sump in the turbo has a seal at one or both ends. When the car is level, the oil doesn't reach the level of the oil seal, and therefore doesn't leak. When the car is on a slope, the oil will level itself out and probably be above the oil seal and then it leaks. Check if the leak occurs only when the car is pointing uphill or downhill. It may give you an idea as to which end seal is leaking.

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I would certainly not use a car with this problem as it could well cause engine failure. Try a good quality flush first and run the car for 20 minutes minimum on tick over. Remove and put a good quality oil in and do another oil change again if required a month later with a flush to make sure the gunge is out.

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My Peugeot 207 HDI 1.6 shows a warning messessage DepolutionSystem Failure I have been tole that the turbo needs replacing. The car is just 4 years old and now out of warranty it has only done 33,000 miles...


these cars do go through turbos due to the grade of oil used when servicing.
peugeot recomend a low saps oil to save the turbos
if the garage you use has not used the correct oil this could one of the reasons for the turbo problems
i would sugest going to your local citizens advice office to see what your rights are

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Hi can changeing the turbo on my expert 20L hdi cause black smoke 52 plate thats what i was told ?


no i dont think so ,more than likely its ERG valve ,thats the valve that open and allows exhaust gas into teh inlet manifold ,pull the rubber vac pipe off of it and try that next before you spend any cash .If it wasnt smoking before you changed the turbo then it shouldnt smoke now unless you have a faulty ERG valve or you have managed to manually open the operating mechanism and after my joey doing the same thing on a citreon (same engine) and giving me a proverbial headache till i noticed what he had done he had fitted the operating arm on the side of the movement so it was open when it should have been closed ,boy did he get the proverbial verbal ,a so called apprentice trained peugeot mechanic ?? he hasnt lived it down yet and i wont let him because he winds me up about the time i put the oil in and no sump plug .Or the time i the phone rang and i didnt tighten the wheel nuts.

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Mazda 6 2o diesel replaced turbo new unit same


There is a oil drain return from the turbo charger to the sump. If the sump oil level covers the outlet into the sump, oil will build excess pressure tin the turbo causing the sealing rings to leak oil in to the intake manifold. This would cause smokey exhaust and loss of oil. Try this. Drain the sump completely, refill with the exact quantity of oil to Mazda spec. Dip the oil and if the new oil level is lower than the full mark on the dipstick, you have found the cause of the problem. Mark this new level with a scriber or file and fill only to this new level. Hope this is the solution.

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Hi paul here can you help? i have a peugeot expert hdi van 2002. i had a little bang from it and now it gives a lot of black smoke and has no power when i try to go faster, do you think this may be the...


Hi ,
you need to check the air pipes from the turbo as it sounds like you`ve blown a pipe they fail due to oil inside,quite a common problem and not expesive to fix

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Peugeot hdi not accelerating fully and oil leak from turbo


yes these suffer bad on faulty turbos, i think yours is dead, let me know how u get on.
i know they carbon up inside which stops the oil getting in, really u need another oil change between servicing.

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