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Peugeot 307 hdi 110 dash show sign saying fuel filter blocked if i change filter will it still show on dash

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  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    have same problem,replaced front deisel filter,warning still comes up,i am told there is another filter in the tank atached to the fuel pump,can anyone help

  • Brissy Brett Mar 06, 2009

    Same problem with 'Depollution System Faulty' coming up with dangerous loss of power on my 2006 1.6 HDi and it is doing my head in. Internet checks reveal it could be either a;

    1) Faulty Exhaust Gas Pressure Sensor,

    2) Faulty Particle Differential Pressure Sensor,

    3) crappy fuel has blocked your fuel filter,

    4) Faulty EGR valve, or

    5) Faulty fuel pump (in tank - replace tank $$$)



    I go to Peugeot in 2 days to get it fixed thus I do not know, but the top two seem to be the most likely causes. If you go to www.aussiefrogs.com/forum/archive/index.ph./t-42958.html this is the write-up I found most helpful.



    Good luck



    Brissy Brett

  • andeste Mar 21, 2009

    206 hdi gti 1.6 diesel - march 2005 model.  Loss of power at low revs over countryside type roads. (i.e no problem at high revs on motorway) car starts to **** and finally, warning codes flash up on dash -  'fuel filter blockage' and 'anti pollution fault'.   


    Have been to specialist, who replaced EGR sensor, this solved problem for about 6 months.  Both same warning lights came up again and seriously bad stuttering / loss of power, took to peugeot where diagnosed empty fuel additive bottle. It had a complete 'regeneration' with new additive at great expense.  same faults in system after regen was carried out,  and dealer has since replaced fuel filler cap 'harness' cable which connects to fuel filter? This cleared all computer faults, However, I am still at a loss - the same faults came up on dash and still 'fuel filter blockage' & antipollution fault, doing exactly the same countryside drive.   It is now 12months since the first fault, and i am driving about knowing there is a good chance the warning light will pop up at any time.  


    any help / advise / what may need to be replaced next????!! how much will it cost? !!!  Does the fuel filter need replacing?


    thanks. 

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ı have a peugeot307 in 80300km I DON'T KNOW exactly when take it to care ,brake.steering wheel,gearshift hydraulic,trigger set etc when will they change in what kilometers Can you help me? Thank you already

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