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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My Peugeot 207 HDI 1.6
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
let me know if this helps
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
SOURCE: ESP / ARS fault with Peugeot 207
Nobody can give that...at best, a Guesstimate...but they will need to do some testing, Diagnosis...they charge by the hour, are good at what they do, and if they are real good, will be ASE Certified Mechanics...ask around, for good references...I don't know where you live, but in North Portland, (Oregon), there is a small shop on Interstate Ave., that works on them...good luck...
Posted on Jul 30, 2012
Forget the manual stuff as they dont do it that way on the assembly line ,what you do is to start in the middle then work alternativly either side outwards.Using a rachet then repeat the procedure with the torque wrench petrol setting is around 60 lbs for this engine with alloy head never mind the new bolts just make sure the bolts holes are clean with no oil or water in them and the bolts are left in a bucket with some diesel for a while ,when i strip anything i always throw all the nuts and bolts into a small bucket with a drop of diesel in it to clean them up and lubricate them before refitting ,wire brush the threads on the head bolts if carboned up or rusty .Also check and change any of the plastic housing for the water pipes as they do split or deform with time causing no end of problems and make sure the thermostat has a small 3/4 mm hole drilled in the flange around the side of the stat to allow easy self bleeding their is a bleed screw as well on the heater hose at the back of the engine but these modern stats dont have the old fashioned bleed hole in them which can cause problems to a lesser weekend mechanic
Posted on Sep 22, 2012
SOURCE: Peugeot 407 1.6hdi loss of power
hi I have had the same problem it turns out to be 1 of the fuel lines had a little pin hole in and it was letting in air and causing lots of smoke I replaced the pipe and bingo ! job done
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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