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Outlander/Peugeot 4007 reversed into stump and smashed oil resivour near diff

Hi, I have just reversed into a low tree stump and smashed the plastic oil housing right next to the rear diff. what is this housing for and how hard is for me to repair. any tips of tricks? the car is a Peugeot 4007 2010, which is basically the same as the outlander but with a diesel engine.

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Sorry you will need a shop to access the damage.

Posted on Oct 30, 2012

  • Simon KITCHEN Oct 30, 2012

    i was told it could possibilly be the "serene fluid"??? for the diesel exhaust regeneration

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    yadayada Oct 30, 2012

    Yes that is what it most likely is. Fluid is urea by the way, the same stuff we all *** out.

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