Question about 2002 Peugeot 307
Peugeot 307 constantly shows ABS and Braking faults yet there is no problem with either, the horn doesnt work either (it does make a sound though it can be heard when double central locking is pressed) a mot mechanic looked at the front passenger sensor and said water had gotten into it. He also said that the fuse controlling the 2 was blown, he replaced the fuse but it had blown again within a few minutes. He thinks it could be down to bad wiring but i'v no idea where to start looking or if there is an easier / cheaper fix????
I have a peugeot 307 number 8 fuse keeps blowing so i have to keep changing the 20 amp fuse please help me i am trying to find out what is causing this
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
Help i went out today and my peugeot 307 hdi would not start. firstly the key didnt work ie central locking. so when i opened the car manually and put key in ignition NOTHING....no lights on nothing.
Posted on Apr 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
which sensor did you replace ? there should be one on each wheel behind the hub
could be anyone of these faulty or a corroded connection
another possibility is a build up of muck between the sensors and the toothed wheel on the back of the hub, i had this twice on my 407 - and a good jet wash sorted it both times
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
SOURCE: 307 central locking fault
If you have replaced the battery and the ecu wasn't in sleep mode, then you'll lose the synchronisation between immobiliser and fob. go to peugeot dealer or call out a car locksmith who then can reprogram your fob with car ecu. I have read the method in internet but not sure what the steps were. you can google it may be you'll find it.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
SOURCE: ABS and brake fault warning
I has a clicking/knocking noise on one of my 407 (54 plate) front wheels after a change of brake pads. On investigation I found that the bracket to which the caliper hydraulic hose was fixed (at the lower end of the suspension strut) had been bent downward and was catching the CV boot clip. I bent it back up and the noise went. It is possible (if the brake caliper is not supported during pad change) to bend the bracket supporting the hydraulic hose. It could also interfere with the ABS wheel sensor bracket - check. Simply jack-up and support the car on the side with the noise and turn the wheel by hand to see what gives (don't go under the car until it is supported safely)..
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
if it help, having the abs light on in your vehicle just means that the abs system has a fault. normaly the abs sensor on one of the wheels are abd in 85% of all vehicles. if you are worried about driving the car, no worries, it is still safe to drive and you will NOT lose your brakes. your brakes are manual and the abs is electrical. i would say take your car to a dealership and have them rub a diagnostic test on your abs. they will be able to help you more then a regular garage will. most dont have the ability to check abs systems
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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hi had rhis on a few 307's what you need to try first is remove the o/s/r wheel, brake caliper and brake disc, and hub, remove the wheel speed sensor by undoing the 5mm allen key bolt and clean where the sensor sits then rebuild and give it a run all being well it should clear the fault. if that doesnt work it will probably need the sensor replacing
if this helps please let me know
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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