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Old 25-09-09, 10:14 AM   #1
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HI, just wondered the message is coming up on my 53 plate 307 sw, that the diesel additive at minimum level. After visiting Evans Halshaw and asking about this, to which they wanted to do a diagnostic and charge me 100! I eventually found out ita fluid called Eolys that needs topping up, does anyone know how much this is and where it goes? cheers
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goto a peugeot dealership, its around 125 for the fluid to be done, its very dangerous stuff & in my opinion its best left to the experts totop up, i think it needs to be plugged into the diagnostics machine tohave the faults cleared, do a search for elyos fluid on here & you may find some more info, lee
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You can purchase it on fleebay its around 70 for 2 litres
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cheers, found a guy on fleebay selling it, got 2 litres, delivered for 50, did the job myself, took 10 mins!! really easy. Dont pay dealers prices when you can do it yourself, this would of cost me about 200!!!!!
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hi, did just topping up the fluid sort it and also where does the fluid go , thx paul
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Just remember that it's highly corrosive and if you get it on your skin you will be in hossy with serious burns. Pug techs treble up on rubber gloves when handling this stuff.
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cheers, found a guy on fleebay selling it, got 2 litres, delivered for 50, did the job myself, took 10 mins!! really easy. Dont pay dealers prices when you can do it yourself, this would of cost me about 200!!!!!
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thx guys any one know of any diagrams on where to add this stuff or anything in general
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thx guys any one know of any diagrams on where to add this stuff or anything in general
I guess you have the 2.0hdi 110bhp..
when you buy the eloys fluid from a dealer it comes with its own filler Kit.
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Just remember that it's highly corrosive and if you get it on your skin you will be in hossy with serious burns. Pug techs treble up on rubber gloves when handling this stuff.
i have done nealy 6 cars with this fluid,without gloves and it dose not burn,it just dries your skin out abit,that will be to frighten you to go to main dealers,

to fill just unplug the 2 pipes,connet the pipe to the other pipe and pore( connector only fits in to one of the pipes carnt go wrong.) then reset it wit pp2000.and your done.
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