1983 Peugeot 604 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


go to the manufacturer's website and look for downloads. go and search on eBay

1983 Peugeot 604 | Answered on Jan 20, 2011 | 115 views


10w40 semi synthetic would be your best bet

1983 Peugeot 604 | Answered on May 20, 2010 | 1,160 views


disconect all the fuel lines i know it sounds like a lot but it is worth it to make it easy check the lines for leaks and pinched lines.

1983 Peugeot 604 | Answered on Apr 07, 2010 | 51 views


You may need to order a set...You need to know exact re-finished bore size, compression ratio, ring placement, ring land dimensions and wristpin location. As far as parts, there are likely clubs for your vehicle that can help you out with that. (I used to have to get up really early to order parts for an old rover 2000tc I had a few years back... Only place to get anything was in England!!!) I hope your stuff is easier to get!!!

1983 Peugeot 604 | Answered on Feb 16, 2009 | 105 views


Tired serpentine belt thrown. replace belt. The reason that the heater has stopped is the ECU has realised that there is no charge so shut down heavy load(s). Before replacing, do check that water pump and alternator turn freely along with the jockey wheels.

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Nov 18, 2018 | 177 views


the srs system has its own brain box. you need to replace the srs module. srs is the suplimentary restraint system.

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Apr 27, 2015 | 878 views


check all doors are closed properly and the boot, as they can cause an alarm to activate, as they can cause the interior light to come on and set alarm off, check door pin contacts are free and working that cause the light to come on, idea wd40 oil around contacts, to clean and free up. I hope this helps

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Sep 02, 2014 | 178 views


What material IDM 6028 and equivalent material in INDIA

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Dec 04, 2013 | 170 views


Look in the handbook is the best bet i cannot remember but could it be the screen washer level is low or the brake fluid as not many lights on this car

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Jan 31, 2013 | 73 views


Hi.
Sounds like the "anti-pinch" mechanism is coming into action on the drivers side.
If the window encounters any resistance when closing it will stop.
Check the window seal for damage and correct fitment, make sure there is nothing obstructing the glass. If you are OK with the seal and channels at either side and the window is going up an down "square", try some lubricant in the channels either side with the window in the down position and operate a few times.

Passenger side. The motor for the window must have been disconnected from battery voltage at some time and it has lost its reference points. That is, where to start and stop.
Nudge the window near to the top, but not closed, then close the window holding the switch down for at least 5 seconds. Then open the window and hold the switch down as before.
You may have to do this more than once.

There should be a section in your owners manual covering this procedure.

I don't think the two problems are connected physically.

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Jan 28, 2013 | 699 views


2001 Citroen C5 Estate
Yes, this LDS suspension fluid leaking is normal after 10 years of use this car with hydraulic suspension. First time clean carefully the LDS fluid leaking area, then start the engine and move the body up and down by the command button, for few times at maximum. Now see where the leaking LDS fluid is coming from. Then you will need to replace bad hydraulic pipe with a new one. The hydraulic suspension system can only be depressurized and repressurized using "Lexia" diagnostic equipment connected to the data link connector of the car. Also the correct LDS fluid level in the reservoir will only be carry out using "Lexia" diagnostic equipment connected to the data link connector of the car, with the suspension system depressurized. Just follow instructions by the "Lexia" equipment menu.
Good Luck!

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Sep 09, 2011 | 1,750 views


It could be one of three things. The oil filter has a plastic cross inside that sometimes break and cause this error, or it could be the oil pressure switch. If neither of these solve the problem then it can only be your oil pump. I presume you've checked your oil level before posting.

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Aug 02, 2011 | 674 views


I think some spill over the power window button and is still wet inside!!!

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Jul 07, 2011 | 71 views


Most keyfobs can be opened by a jewelers screwdriver of even the side of a dime.

Once open, just get the model number of the dead battery (It will be written on the battery) and get a new one at Radio Shack\batteries plus or somewhere comparable...

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on Jun 17, 2011 | 113 views


try by turning the cup in its bore , after a few times it will start to depress. do not ruin rubber seal on caliper. turn the piston clockwise to go back in. most auto parts stores sell a tool to turn piston back in,or compress it in its bore so new pads will fit on it. the cost for the tool is very little. and saves a lot of time. if i remember right, here in ny i think i paid less then $10.00,

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on May 25, 2011 | 65 views


No, the Exhaust Gas Recurcluation can only put exhaust gases into the intake system. The purpose is to lower the temperature of the combustion burn, which reduces oxides of nitrogen.

Peugeot 604 Cars... | Answered on May 16, 2011 | 81 views

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