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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: peugeot 206 glowplugs
If your not good at mechanicing I suggest you take the car to someone that is experenced.
The reason I say this that we have loads of cars into the workshop with glowpugs broken in the head of the engine with the result of us having to remove the cylinder head.
What happens is that the tip of the glowplug breaks in the head when being removed if it is not done properly.
There is a way that we have found that they can be removed easily without breaking them.
Firsty run the car engine until warm, then we pour a little Diesel fuel onto each plug & let them sit for 15mins or so.
Then we remove them with a deep socket 1/4" drive so we don't put to much pressure on them.
they should screw out easily but we turn them out 1 whole turn then back a 1/4 add a little more diesel ( thimble full) & gently screw them out.
If they start to get really tight screw in again a little then screw out again.
The nuts that hold on the wires just need to be nipped up with a small 8mm spanner, but do not over tighten.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
TBH you shouldnt need too. There is a hand prime pump (black rubber egg) which will bring the fuel up. Pump this till its hard. Crank the engine for 5 seconds. Pump the egg again, crank again, probably three or four times, and the engine should start. It will probably stall, but do it again, and it will start and run. Once running, keep it running at a fast idle to get the last bits of air out.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
In my opinion cut off problem occurs if engine is not getting sufficient fuel and/or air. Clean the air filter, turbo filter and fuel filter. Check the continuity of diesel flow from filter to hdi pump. If you haven't found any problem there then the possibily the hdi pump and injectors section needs to be checked. If the car has done more than 100000 miles then clean inlet and outlet manifolds including check of turbo and EGR valve. Do everything whatever possible before you take your car to garage. If there is no luck then let your car diagnosed and check any error code recorded by ecu.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
if its diesel 2000 hdi .........its under the hdi cover under the bonnet
if its a 1400 hdi.........
its to the right of the air filter at the back of the engine
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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