Well this might be quite a serious one. it all depends if you have the model with the keypad.
if you have the model without the keypad it is resonably straightf orward to check if the stop solinoid has power or not. or if it is stuck in position.
a stop solenoid is an item which perhsps might resemble a spark plug. it usually has a single wire which is conected to the top of it.
if this wire isnt live when the ignition is on then chances are a fuse has blown.
if it is live then remove the complete stop solinoid(spark plug looking thing) and it will have a little plunger and a spring inside. theese can be removed and then the stop solinoid replaced.
you can then turn over then engine and if it the gets fuel to the injecters you know that thats the solution.
Cars with keypads.
if your lucky enough to have the model with the keypad. then for security reasons peugeot decided to place a 5mm think bit of steel above the fuel pump so no one can go fiderling with it.
this plate is held on by shear bolts.
and the only way to remove the plate is by removing then engine from the engine bay and drilling out the sheer bolts and then reasemble the hole thing.
sorry for being so long winded but unless you have the few cars with no keypad. and a fuelpump with no steel gard over the top. you will have to get the spanners out.
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P0215 Fuel Shut Off Solenoid -Circuit Malfunction Sounds like this is a diesel version and you havent posted what year it is as if its a newer common rail then its a dealer only or a better still a bosch diesel injection specialist ,although a modern diesel has electronic controlled injectors so this could be a pre common rail version and the solonoid is on the injector pump but you will still have to remove the injector pump to get the shroud off to get to this solonoid and they cost around 90 euros
easy to do just crack the injectors with a 17mm spanner and turn engine till you see fuel being pumped and try again ,if it still doesnt start after this then answer this post and in the morning i will answer and tell you where to go from here ,sorry but its late in this time zone now and iam still dirty and havent showered as yet ,blame ice road truckers on the TV for my lateness but i do love watching this programme
better chec the wiring or connections 1st--pull the plug from the pump and inspect for flaws and corrosion then plug back in--pump itself can be tested--the fuel injection pump in engine area may have issues
fuel problem thats for sure ,nice motor this one compared to 5.7 litre american ,decent fuel economy and cheap to run ,now firstly i would remove the tank sender unit and using a torch look inside the tank for plastic bag or water anything that can block the gauze filter ,then fit two non return valves as close to teh pump as possible ,one in the inlet pipe and one in the return (injector pump) and see what happens ,while the sender unit is out check the pick up pipe as well for any splits or deterioation
no its not right,either change the fuel filter and air filter .if still no joy then get someone to check the injector pump timing because it sounds like someone has changed the timing belt and not done it right..the cam and pump are locked up with a 8mm bolt through the gearwheel into a indent hole behind and ???sounds like weekend mechanic job ,couldnt or didnt know how to sort ot or what they done ??so flogged it quick
on an open injector like a drop is all you will get
get a diesel specialist shop to check the pump for you as it is extremely dangerous to play with high pressure pumps
if you were to place your finger over that open injector line the pressure created is 25,000psi and that small drop of fuel is injected into your blood stream before you realize what has happened and within 3 minutes you will be dead
if you want to question that statement just as the diesel specialist
Have you driven through deep water? Many possible faults, main ones are:- Air or water in the diesel. Use of Biodiesel/veg oil Faulty injector (uncommon) Crank Sensor Leaking injector sealing washer. Lift pump in fuel tank has broken up, particles may have reached injection pump and damaged it.