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Old 13-11-13, 06:03 PM   #1
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Hi what fluid do I need for a 2001 106 1.1 with electric pump ?
Gsf reckons normal ATF but I wanted to ask the experts
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ATF is correct its only the clear stuff in later cars 407 expert etc
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Where would you drain it from to change the fluid as it's a bit dirty ?
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Old 01-12-13, 09:26 PM   #4
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Changed oil and it made no difference steering gets heavy when hot , I wonder if its the electric pump ?


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i would try changing the pump. a quick look on ebay and they are only around 40.
There is also job lots on ebay so im guessing its a common failure
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You could try cleaning the electrical connectors to the pump first, made a difference to my 307.
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Might have a look at the wiring tomorrow . Seems to be working again !


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Wires go into the fusebox and it is triggered by a relay in there check the connections on the relay also the earth connections there is a large one from the motor and a thinner one for the relay.

The pump needs a signal from the engine to tell it the engine is running for it to work and a lot of the time they are not faulty its just the wiring.
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That's great will have a look when it stops raining !


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