Question about Peugeot 405
Yes the firrst part seems good of the fuel being low and choking the pump , possible dirt accumulating on to with residue from the tank. So this is possible so do not let yourr car run down on fuel Chcek your fuel filter for dirt , if so change it.
The second part is not always true. The pistons are changed when your vehicle has clocked too many miles, had a poor maintenance record, high oil consumption, poor power ratio, poor starting . this is serious maintenance and might cost you much depending on what it needs only after removal of the engine. So dont think of it now.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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