Question about 1989 Peugeot 405
Not all hdi injectors are the same and there are some tricks to replacing the injectors so be careful as you can cause saver damage to your engine if not done correctly.
as the other gye said it may be a turbo pipe but Peugeots being Peugeot it could be any thing your best bet is take it into a dealer and get them to put it on the PPS to diagnos it properly
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
Hi, this problem could be valve stem oil seals these are cheap to buy but will require the top half of the engine been stripped and rebuilt.
If the car has a turbo then you might find that its just a turbo pipe split this is often the case on most cars that have turbo as your is diesel then you should have a turbo. This would be my first choice to get looked at as usually its just a pipe to the turbo has split and this causing the problem your having. Replacing this should not cost to much as it is common problem so look at this first.
Worst case it could be the turbo needs replacing but getting a garage to check this for you is the best bet but hopefully it is just a split pipe going to the turbo.
Most diesel cars with your problem that i have worked on is usually one of the pipes for the turbo has a split in it so replacing this will solve your problem ok.
let me know if you have any problems or questions and ill be glad to assist you ok.
Posted on May 20, 2008
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