I turn the key and all the dashborad lights come on but when I turn the key further to start it it wont start. It wont even make a sound?? Any help would be great! The category is not letting me slect the right car it is a 2002 Peugeot 307 1.6 litre petrol
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Re: 2002 peugeot 307 wont start
Little cars are nototrious for throwin out starters....also check for corrosion around the terminals on the battery and starter....if there is corrosion clean it with a wire brush til you get bare metal on bare metal contact. that shoiuld fix your problem
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Many cars have a different process to enabling passive systems, some require turn the key on and off 3 times then hold it in the on position while holding down the remote, or you may hear a chirp to start the calibration process, the safest way of course to marry the unit to the vehicle is to scoot down to the Peugeot dealer and get them to do the program, it may cost, but they also have to make sure everything works correctly too, so they will stand by the service they provide you. hope this helps, happy holidays.
put key in icnition turn on but don"t start engine,press door lock and hold for a few seconds,then turn off,key fob should now work,if not try again,also make sure you have the correct battery in key fob.
By bump start do you mean you can have it pushed or push it, jump in and depress the clutch and get it started using the momentum of the vehicle to turn the crank? I usually call that a jump start but I think I have heard it called bump start (from having it bumped/pushed by another vehicle I think). Anyway if that is the case you need a new starter. If not post back and I will do what I can to help.
Check the fob battery because if the battery has gone then you can't immobilise the car immobiliser which in turn doesn't let you start the engine however it cranking. open the bonnet and remove the clips of car battery for a good 15-20 minutes and put them back and check your remote key and try to start your car. If nothing happens then let your car diagnosed by a experienced mechanic who is able to read out the ecu codes.