Question about 2006 Peugeot 505
I have owned cars since 1980, and never experienced ANYthing like this. Since last December, ie for 6 months, our 2002 Citroen C5 Exclusive has repeatedly died on the road. The engine gets jumpy, the message comes on saying Anti-Pollution fault or Automatic Transmission fault, etc. Then the car goes in to a shop (several different shops). One time, the problem ''went away'' only to return a week or so later (a shop in So Jutland kept it a week, drove it around, found no fault); four times, the shop (the licensed Citroen dealer here in Aarhus) has found some expensive problem to fix - drivetrain replaced, air intake housing, hydraulic line, ignition ''spole'', etc. - only to have problem return again. I have spent thousands of dollars on this, with no satisfaction. It does back to the dealer again - this is the SIXTH time - with no end in sight. We have not paid for visit #5, and will not until the darned thing is REALLY fixed. The shop themselves seem frustrated. WHAT could be happening? What should I do?
I have the same car with the same broblems finally i found the solution ... give it a fire and through it in the scrab yard
Posted on Sep 28, 2011
I had exact;y the same problem
C5 Hpi 2.0
after i gave thousands of Euros .......
and they kept my car away fro 5 months
we discovered that the problem is the high presure kit attached on the right side of the motor
i think it was a bosh
after we change it all works fine except i still have the antipolution error
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Sounds like a petrol HDi engine these need a better quality of petrol shell ultimate etc never supermarket own brand (less cleaners &additives)
if so use lots of redex and premium petrol should clear itself as the fuel system cleans itself.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Replace transmission fileter, remove and clean idle air control valve, clean fuel injectors if you have them, change fuel filter, plugs, wires and distributor should solve the problem.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Is it petrol or diesel. I'm suspecting from this its perhaps a 2.0 HDi?
If I am correct, look at having the lift pump in the fuel tank replaced. Many of these fail in this manner. Often caused by poor quality fuel or use of home-brew BioDiesel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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