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Old 23-01-12, 09:51 AM   #1
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Default depollution system faulty :( had the car a week!

i have bought a used 07 peugeot 207 hdi 1.6 110 bhp sport

it had 48k milage and had been fully serviced throught its life, i was driving on the motorway the other day and i had ' warning depollution system faulty' and engine light came on ( i also lost power so i pulled over and started to panick. after calling my dad i started it with the lights back on how ever it drove like normal, i was in leeds and had to drive home to wigan which is 50 miles and it was driving fine home.

does any one know what this could be? iv got a basic warrenty for 6 months that i need to claim on ( i bought the car from a garage not to close to my home)

im quite worried, the engine warning is on all the time since this happend and the depollution message has come on every time. however since the inital warning and loss of power it has worked like normal and has coverd a few miles with it on due to being so far from home and i had no choice but to drive it.


any thoughts ?
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Old 23-01-12, 10:57 AM   #2
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I have had this in my 206 1.6hdi 110 before (just once).

I was advised to go on a long (30miles) steady speed (50mph+) run in order to help clear the FAP that the car has. It did work, and since the message hasn't popped up again (this was about a month ago).
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Old 23-01-12, 11:45 AM   #3
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I'm relatively new to the forum, however I already recognise that this is quite a common fault amongst the peugeot owners.

Might be worth completing some deeper searching to see if you can find any relevant posts.
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Old 23-01-12, 12:25 PM   #4
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You really need fault codes read with peugeot planet then once you have codes plenty on here can help check the map who has planet near you and can helpfor a drink .
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