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Old 27-06-12, 07:39 PM   #1
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Default Peugeot Planet 2000 ECU Codes / Expert 2006

Hi all

Have got hold of Lexia cable and Peugeot Planet 2000 on my Windows XP Pro laptop and have scanned my Peugeot Expert 2006 due to the engine management light being present and even when it has been cleared locally, it comes back on once the ignition is turned off and back on.

Any pointers of these errors would be greatly received (location to look etc) as I want to go through sorting all these one by one but am not sure where to start looking for them:

P0340 - Permanent Fault. Crankshaft-camshaft synchronisation. No camshaft sensor signal.

P0403 - Permanent Fault. EGR control electrovalve fault. Open circuit.

P0380 - Permanent Fault. Pre/Post heating relay circuit. Relay Stuck.

P0401 - Pemanent Fault - EGR air circuit fault. Airflow measured less than recommended.

P1107 - Intermittent Fault - Swirl Electrovalve short-circuit to earth or circuit open.

P0221 - Intermittent Fault - accelerator pedal signal 2. Coherence with accelerator pedal signal 1.

Many thanks for all advise and assistance you can offer.
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Old 28-06-12, 11:08 PM   #2
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My first instinct would be wiring and maybe a fusebox but you need to clear the codes and give it a run.
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Thank you for your reply matey, much appreciated.

Fault codes wont clear, as soon as engine started they all return.

I have took a photo of the vehicle, I dont suppose someone could point out where I need to be looking for these items, especially the camshaft sensor as I want to go through them all one by one but cant seem to locate them.

Big thank you in advance
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Check the engine wiring harness to the ecu and fusebox. chances are its rubbed through on the chassis somewhere and earthing out. If it is you will need to cut out all damaged wires and rewire using solder and heatshrinks.

With all the faults related to the engine that would be my 1st port of call as Peugeot not renowned for good wiring over the years.


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AT the front beneath the fuel filter, strip that down up to the fusebox and see what goes or best think is to find a peuegeot specialist to sort it..
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