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Disconnect the battery for a few minutes then re-attach. Or, call a local auto parts store and they most likely will read the code and clear it for you. also you can buy one obd2 scanner read and clear the fault coder by yourself if u mean the loud noisy horn alarm DIY car obd2 code scanner online shopping
If you want to debug the problem yourself, the first thing to do is to buy a engine OBD2 scanner. When the code show up, you may see what is the problem using the OBD scanner and your cell phone, with the proper app (like Torque for Android).
Remember to check if you are buying a bluetooth OBD2 scanner, and your phone have bluetooth as well.
One more thing, the OBD2 connector on the Peugeot 307 is right behind the ashtray, remove it to have access to the OBD2 connector.
The most probable cause is the fuel intake, may be the fuel, a filter or even the electric gas pump. Just a OBD2 scanner will tell you accurately the cause of the problem.
get an obd2 scanner at an auto parts store (sometimes they'll let you barrow one for free) and download the diagnostic trouble codes(DTC's) then use an obd2 chart to see what the codes mean. That will tell you everything you need to know. Im positive the guy at the auto parts store will help you if you need it
It probably means there a problem with your torque converter and tcclutch, or maybe a faulty wiring issue to the trans. obtain an obd2 scanner (at a local auto parts store) and download the codes from your car while its on. this will generally tell you what you need to know. you can find obd2 code charts all over the internet.
It means there is something not right with your vehicle. You can run a scan with an OBD2 diagnostic tool. some parts stores (if not all) will do the check for you or let you use there scanner. Take that information from the scanner (probably a code like, P0306 or something) ask them or come back here and ask to find out what that code means so you know why your engine light is on.