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Van will not start

Will not start it comes up key code any advice please help

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First let me tell you that i have never had the opportunity to service a peugeot, so all i can do here is give you a guess. it sounds to me like your vehicle uses key code matching technology, a security scheme where the vehicle and the key sort of talk to each other and if the key doesn't send the right code to the car the car won't start. just why this might happen i don't know but my guess is you are going to have to go to the dealership to find someone who has access to the equipment to sort it out. hope that helps

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Try another key. sound like security theft mode kick in. the pcm dont recognize the key.it wont let it crank.look like dealership job.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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