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describing the process as i've done for my peugeot 307. may be it can help you.
Open the bonnet. Look where the Clutch & Brake Oil Pan is. Right under this on Engine there is a black plastic round shaped (sometimes a rectangular type box) with fuel pipes for inlet and outlet. If you look from battery side, there is a small plastic bolt mounted downside the filter. loose it and let some petrol bleed. If there is air, then you'll hear the air escaping sound with bubbles. Tight it and start (ignition to crank) the engine to pump some fuel in filter from tank. Repeat the same procedure 2-3 times and there should be no air in filter and your car should start smoothly.
Ok this is a late post I knoe only just bought a kangoo 1.5 dci, I like to think I have good tool kit sees me through just about any job, except this one, undoing an oil drain plug.....AW man what a pain ...............something. Two britool tool kits and no joy. I swear I think the french are paying us back for donald rumsfeld's cheese eating surrender monkey jibe....I mean why not just a bolt nice and easy...so the engine flush is in the oil, I am far from a parts company, no driving the car now then..So its the old case of nessescity being the mother of all invention. I like most of you searched goolgle in hope of an answer and nothing..Until I remembered an old door lock I had on the top shelf and after hours of getting nowhere, it turns out that the spindle that goes between the handles of a door was pure goldielocks(UK anywayFrench probably got there own sizes) Its worth mentioning I did need to soak the sump drain plg with Wd40 qite afew times. PS the door spindles is 8mm2 If you dont have the proper tool I hope yo see this before you start AW