Question about Peugeot 207
This fault has been showing now and again for a month or so and now car jus cut out and when i turn the key it just clicks down in the left side footwell and does not turn starter engine managment red light was staying on sometimes going out and somtimes not going out but for the last two weeks has been going out after startup so thought it had mended itself but today just stopped when ticking over to warm car up
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes there is a know problem with the fuel system. fuel pump breaks down, empty your fuel filter into a bowl and check for metalic, if you have this in the filter your pump is F..... along with all the other common rail stuff. expensive job... error codes though, i find that hard to believe, fuel pressure faults will occur, i think you garage does not know what to do. or does not want to tell you the cost of the job and he will be in doubt himself of wether he is right..... was you engine coil light flashing at any point.!!!
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
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.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
your battery isnt holding enough charge to crank the starter.thats what the clicking is. try charging you battery for a good 8-10 hours, if it still does the same thing you'll need a new battery.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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hi, if the collant level is ok and the car isnt over heating then check the heater works in the car and make sure it gives of heat when hot is selected if it dont then the chances are the thermostat has gone and needs replacing.
If on the other hand you have heat then the chances are its just a faulty temp sensot these are cheap to buy and easy to replace.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
My girlfriends car has just started with the same problem, a limp home from the garage, a sleep over night and als well next day, for a while... I spoke to Mitsubishi and they have told me the TPS (throttle positioning sensor) is on the accelorator pedle assembly. There PN for this is MN125791 and its circa £88 + VAT. After exhausting all other options I may attempt this replacement and will advise the results.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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