Top 20 2007 Peugeot 206 1.6 Questions & Answers

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If you are positive that the bulb and connector are OK...then there could be several root causes:
Bad wiring:
There could be a short somewhere between the connector and fuse/relay or ground.
But you need to figure out first ... is it BOTH the high and low beams that are out on that side of the car?
I think your bulb has 3 spades for a combination high/low beam bulb. Knowing which line is dead helps on figuring out which wire(s) is the issue. If both high and low do not work ... then it is the ground wire.
If you have a voltmeter you can test out the wiring.
Bad Light Control Module (if your car has this; I could not confirm)
I am not sure if the Peugeot has a light control module but on some Saabs there is one and it caused your same symptom. Read link to learn more

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inside power distribution box under the hood!

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Not familiar with that particular model, but on most you must first remove the seat back and seat cover to access the airbag.

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Did you get the car plugged into a diagnostic reader after the battery change?
Some newer car ECU's need to be reset to 'new battery' settings. Over time the system alters the battery charge rate as the battery gets older and weaker so a new battery will overcharge if not reset..
The error code, (P0563), reads as "system voltage high".
Get the car plugged into a good diagnostic system and that will allow you to correct the error code and battery settings.
The other symptoms may settle down once the error code is sorted out.

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Hook the vehicle to pp2000 to find out the exact obd code and to diagnose.

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Have you tried to disconnect battery terminal and wait for 5 minutes before connecting again to check the remote locking?

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Check the fuse box for F9 blown fuse.peugeot-106-1.1-2003-5.jpg

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Please Check High pressure fuel pump. In my opinion your fuel pump connected to timing belt is giving away. When you increase rev on engine, the pressure increases as well. As a result, Injector spray pattern gets steady. But on revs below 900rpm it struggle to maintains required pressure. If everything in fuel injection system is working fine then the Worst case scenario is that the head pressure is leaking aka compression leakage.

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get the service and repair manual it will help you to solve your problem with diagram and even you can fix it yourself

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The most likely causes will be...
A worn ball joint on the front suspension.
A broken front spring.
A worn driveshaft.
Most mechanics will have a look for you at no cost.
But you can test as follows.
(Driveshaft=) in an EMPTY car park or similar area turn your steering as far as you can to the left. Drive in a circle at about 20mph and listen. If faulty you will hear a regular "clonk, clonk, clonk" noise. Repeat this with your steering hard over to the right as well. It might be louder in one direction than the other.
Make sure the steering lock is ON.
Jack the car up and PUT IT ON AXLE STANDS for stability. Using a bit of effort grab the top and bottom of the wheel and try to rock it. Grab the wheel at left and right and repeat. Other than some steering movement it should be solid. There will be movement if the joint is worn, there may even be a click or clonk noise.
(Spring=) As for the ball joint test PUT IT ON AXLE STANDS!!
With the car off the ground take off the front wheel. Using a torch get a good look at the spring from the top all the way down to the bottom. There should be no breaks, shiny or missing pieces. Gently, but firmly, try and move the spring. It should be straight and not move. Do this both sides.

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Low can damage your ecu if you continue to use it. Open the bonnet and charge the battery with a external charger and after charging battery check the alternator whether its charging the battery.

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