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Old 30-07-10, 05:46 PM   #1
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Peugeot 206 1.6 cabriolet 03 plate

Good evening everyone! A lady came to me today saying her car was running rough and stank of egg. First thought was a knackered cat. So I went to her house and started the car, sure enough the engine was running rough and was shaking. On the dash was displayed " Anti pollution fault " and " catalytic converter".
I couldn't even drive the car to my garage I had to tow it as it was cutting out as soon as you lift the clutch.
So I replaced the cat and cleaned up the lambda sensors with a wire brush. Fault still apparent. It sounds like a missfire, so I replaced plugs as they were a bit manky.Still thesame.
Plugged in the computer and came up with P1336. What does it mean
What next??
Cheers Simon
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Crank/Cam sensor range/performance
S2000PM1/2 - High misfire on several cylinders
ME7.4.5. Combustion misfiring on unspecified cylinders.
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Crank/Cam sensor range/performance
S2000PM1/2 - High misfire on several cylinders
ME7.4.5. Combustion misfiring on unspecified cylinders.

http://www.pikit.co.uk/peugeotmt/psa...p%20codes.html

might have a problem with timing belt or coil pack... i had the same faults show up when the timing belt pully was on too tight, cost the garage that fitted it £200 out of the techs wages. other people thought it was sparks, exhaust manifold, coil pack but like i say it was the timing belt...could just check that over incase mate.
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Many thanks everyone!!. I did check timing and belt as it did sound like a tooth out. Everything was in time. So would I be right in thinking to change coil pack? It wouldn't be crank sensor?
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Many thanks everyone!!. I did check timing and belt as it did sound like a tooth out. Everything was in time. So would I be right in thinking to change coil pack? It wouldn't be crank sensor?
I actually had a problem with the wires leading to the crank sensor but it cut out a few times then wouldn`t start so rewired the sensor , dunno if that gives you any more ideas.
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Thanks everyone. The coil pack done the trick. Simon
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Peugeot 206 1.6 cabriolet 03 plate

Good evening everyone! A lady came to me today saying her car was running rough and stank of egg. First thought was a knackered cat. So I went to her house and started the car, sure enough the engine was running rough and was shaking. On the dash was displayed " Anti pollution fault " and " catalytic converter".
I couldn't even drive the car to my garage I had to tow it as it was cutting out as soon as you lift the clutch.
So I replaced the cat and cleaned up the lambda sensors with a wire brush. Fault still apparent. It sounds like a missfire, so I replaced plugs as they were a bit manky.Still thesame.
Plugged in the computer and came up with P1336. What does it mean
What next??
Cheers Simon

I have a Peugeot 307 and I had the same problem! I check first the spark plugs, but the where good! I test then the high voltage coil and it make fire all the plugs and I thought the coil is ok but it wasn’t! The problem with these coils is that even if they make all 4 spark plugs to fire it can be damage to do that they fire all plugs simultaneously! It gives you the filing that your motor runs on 2 cylinders! I change the coil and everything is ok! I thing this coils have a live of 150.000km but I am not sure!
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