Question about 2007 Peugeot 207 1.4
Is the leak from the oil pan or the oil pressure switch? Anyone help?
Oil leaks from underneath can come from front crank shaft seal --rear crank shaft seal --oil filter--sump gasket---power steering ---leaking rocker cover gaskets ---leaking oil pressure switch.--transmission seals. I suggest that you have the engine professionally cleaned and then put it on a hoist while running to see where the oil is from
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked the oil since the light came on?
Make sure the engine is off and pop the hood. look on the right or left hand side for the dip stick. Pull it out and wipe it off and then reinsert it and pull it back out. Look to see where the oil level is on the dip stick. Fill accordinly. One notch on the stick is one quart of oil. If you refill the oil and start it up and the lights do not go off then it will be safe to drive it to the shop. Oil is in it. However, If there is loud tap tap tapping noise coming from the motor after the oil if full do not drive it. You have probably lost the oil pump and the engine is not getting oil. if you hear no noises and the oil light is still on you can drive it safely to the shop. Let me know how it turns out, Raz
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
there are 2 relays inbetween the 2 fans behind the front grill the wiring to the relays tend to corrode.
what you need to do is replace both relays and the wiring conectors
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Measure the pressure with an external pressure gauge, if okay investivgate the sensor and gauge, if not okay, engine surgery indicated.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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this is not good, the reason the light is on is because there is not enough oil pressure at idle, your garage was right to try the oil sending unit that is what i would have done also but now you need to have them remove the sending unit and install a manual gage to see just what the oil pressure is at idle if the pressure is more then 20 psi at idle then their is some thing wrong with the instrument cluster of wiring to the oil gage if the oil pressure is less then 20 psi at idle with engine at operating temp. then you will need an oil pump or maybe even a bearing in the engine has failed that would be hard to believe at only 24xxx miles but it is a Peugeot.
when we get to Heaven there will be no cars, but for those that go the other way that place will be full of them and the Devil himself drives a Peugeot!
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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