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Old 26-07-19, 03:28 PM   #1
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Default Ignition switch problems on 1007 2005 plate

Hi everyone I have a Peugeot 1007 2005 plate,I went to get in my car and went to turn the engine on and nothing was happening after 15 minutes it went into economy mode,I had a mechanic Come out he check my battery and that was fine and he done other checks and couldn’t find a fault so I had to get an Electrical mechanic Out and it turned out to be the ignition fuse that had blown the car then starts working then after about an hour the same problem happened again so went to get the fuses myself and when I replaced the fuse the dash came on plus radio and doors worked but when I tried to turn the engine on the same problem happened again with the fuse blowing I tried multiple times with fuses and same thing keeps happening,I’m at a loss what it could be I would welcome advice to my problem.
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Hi..does the fuse blow as your trying to start ie,cranking over ?..if so it could point to bad starter motor or the ignition switch is faulty
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Yes it’s when trying to crank it over I know it’s the fuse that keeps blowing as have replaced it 3 times and eveytime try to crank it the fuse blows
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Is there anychance it could be spark plugs?
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Is there anychance it could be spark plugs?
I doubt it but wiring/coil packs shorting out could cause problems
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Sound like a short in the wiring to the starter motor of the starter solenoid is faulty

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