Question about 1989 Peugeot 405
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Peugeot Boxer 2005
If your vehicle has one. it usually snaps or threads into the back of the speedo at the upper end, and attaches to a drive gear on the transmission at the lower end.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
On paper the procedure for this does indeed involve removing the entire dashboard and it really is a nightmare of a job to do. Having worked on this model before I can however give you this tip.
On the 405 the heater matrix can be disconnected from the engine side as it is connected to the coolant system at the bulkhead. If you then take out the glovebox assembly on the passenger side you will find enough room to work the matrix out towards you.
The only problem is that it is very slightly obstructed by the dash itself when you go to slide it out. If you want to avoid a day and a half of labour all you have to do is take a slight nick - no more than one inch out of the dash which is way down by the passengers feet and really not something you are going to notice a great deal.
The whole heater matrix will then slide out. The matrix can be changed by this method in around an hour. For the sake of an inch of plastic which you are really not going to notice this is the method I would advise.
The alternative is complete removal of the dash assembly for which you will need a service manual and at least a day and a half of your time not to mention the potential problems that occur from removing a dash - upsetting electrics - heater controls etc ........
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Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: boxer van gear select problem
need to feel it ,could be clutch ,if it goes in without the running then its the clutch.But i think your problem is more like the linkage and if its a builders van,then you could have rubble dropped down inside the gearchange boot.???Boxer isnt the gearchange on the dash on this model??if so then the problem could be the linkage cable ,--they get a bit rusty and sticky and you can only buy a complete pair as one unit .Try oiling with a proper oil can and some engine oil ,and not that obnoxous fish oil wd stuff
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
No need to go to all that trouble with ordering several bearings.
As there are different weights of Boxers, there are different bearings to suit. If your boxer is registered in the UK its a simple matter of giving the supplier the registration number (Original) and they will supply the correct part for that vehicle.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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