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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cost of many of these units is quite high, compared to what they used to be. Still, the choice of new, reman, or even one from a boneyard is your choice!
Consider that a new unit is just that.eEverything including the case is new. A remanufactured unit is "iffy" and depends upon the quality standards or the manufacturer... Some only replace failed items, clean it up and let it fly... Better shops, replace not only failed items but items which are slightly worn or prone to failure. (a good rebuild includes brushes, regulator, end bearings, diodes and anything else they deem necessary) When buying a "boneyard" part, try to get one with low miles, preferably one that looks as if it was recently replaced, or one that was in the latest year vehicle that fits your application. As I said the choice is yours!!!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: Frozen Boot Lock Peugeot 106
You can spray solvent into the lock...Do it several times and use the nozzle extension to really get in there. If that does not work, you will need to remove rear seat and use long extensions to unbolt lock from lid.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
well this might be quite a serious one. it all depends if you have the model with the keypad.
if you have the model without the keypad it is resonably straightf orward to check if the stop solinoid has power or not. or if it is stuck in position.
a stop solenoid is an item which perhsps might resemble a spark plug. it usually has a single wire which is conected to the top of it.
if this wire isnt live when the ignition is on then chances are a fuse has blown.
if it is live then remove the complete stop solinoid(spark plug looking thing) and it will have a little plunger and a spring inside. theese can be removed and then the stop solinoid replaced.
you can then turn over then engine and if it the gets fuel to the injecters you know that thats the solution.
Cars with keypads.
if your lucky enough to have the model with the keypad. then for security reasons peugeot decided to place a 5mm think bit of steel above the fuel pump so no one can go fiderling with it.
this plate is held on by shear bolts.
and the only way to remove the plate is by removing then engine from the engine bay and drilling out the sheer bolts and then reasemble the hole thing.
sorry for being so long winded but unless you have the few cars with no keypad. and a fuelpump with no steel gard over the top. you will have to get the spanners out.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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