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Old 01-05-13, 09:38 PM   #1
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Default 107 wont start?

Ive had my 5 door 107 urban for about a month now and have had the same problem twice now!!! Car all running fine then once ive stopped it wont re-start. Complete loss of power and the brake pedal locks!!! Last time it happened we bumped started it and its been fine for a couple o weeks now but again its happened tonight and we cant get it going. Any ideas??? I bought this car as im now having to commute 60 miles a day and im now panicking about if it happens when im not near home
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Old 01-05-13, 09:42 PM   #2
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Thats the first ever 107 to break down id say. They are a very reliable car. Was it jump started?

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Old 01-05-13, 09:45 PM   #3
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No cant jump it, connect jump leads and still nothing, dont know whats happening with it but ive got no power at all, cant even lock the car with the central locking as it has NO power!!!!
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Old 01-05-13, 09:49 PM   #4
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Have you put a voltmeter across the battery?

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Old 03-05-13, 07:45 AM   #5
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It's probably a bit tooooo obvious, but check the battery clamps. I've found several from the factory where he battery clamps weren't tightened properly and caused the car to be fine one moment, dead the next.
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Old 15-12-13, 12:00 PM   #6
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I've had this happen 4 or 5 times now to our automatic 107. Most of the time it will restart if left for some time, usually up to an hour. Once the car had to be left overnight though. It's happened with both the original and a new battery. Could it be due to the brake pedal sticking and so not being able to depress it as you have to do to start an auto? We're getting fed up with the problem and will change the car soon.
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Old 17-02-14, 08:20 AM   #7
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I've had the same problem twice in the past month and only had the car for 6 weeks.
Did any of you find a solution to your problem? Was it to do with the electronic key or the brake?
Urgently need help!
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Old 11-07-14, 05:37 PM   #8
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I had the same problem.
It suddenly could not be started anymore.
I turned the key, the lights was good, no diminishing.
So the battery was fine. And charged. It didn't work either with another car help.
I suspected the starter motor.
I took it out and tested (big misstake) at 12V from a charger (only 7A).
It didn't work. I bought another one (a used one).
The old one I opened, cleaned and tested again (this time on the car battery) and it worked fine. So I have it now as spare

After I mounted the *new* one, same think. Car didn't want to start.

I printed out the electric schema and started to follow the cables.
I discovered that a relay in the fuse box wasn't powered (from the key) and the starter didn't get his 12V.

So I tried for some hours to find where the damn cable disapears (a small blue one) but no luck.
So I did an agly solution: took a cable from the starter to back on instrument panel so it can start on the key. So I jumped over the PR1 relay. Is not good but untill I will find where the blue cable is I will drive it like this.

The test of the old starter motor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_sw1Tl-0A8

Cable attached to starter motor
2014-07-08_peugeot_red_cable_02.jpg

Cable to the hole to the cabin
2014-07-08_peugeot_red_cable_03.jpg

Cable attached on the contact
2014-07-08_peugeot_red_cable_06.jpg

Contact in instrument panel
2014-07-08_peugeot_red_cable_07.jpg

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Old 14-08-14, 07:14 AM   #9
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I got my 107 on 22/7/14 and it failed to start last Friday, then again this morning it took 3 attempts before it started. Engine turning but not 'catching'.

On Monday I was low on petrol, bar had just started flashing, stationary at traffic lights, tried to move off and nothing. Took 3 attempts then to get started and move off, with foot to the floor on accelerator.

Not happy. Is this a common problem?
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Old 27-09-14, 06:58 AM   #10
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This is the worst car for reliability
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