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Old 04-02-19, 02:35 PM   #1
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I have a 2016 1.6hdi blue100 with oil pooling around injectors then running down past the oil filter on to the floor. Seems to be a lot of it but the oil level is fine. Running fine with no warning lights. Any ideas where it could be coming from or how to fix it? Thanks
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Old 04-02-19, 06:15 PM   #2
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It's not oil... it's most likely diesel. What colour is it?
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It's dirty diesel, you need new seals for that injector. Bet the holding bolts are loose.
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Cheers I think your right. Looks like its been doing it a while. Is this a warranty case? Registered Jan 2017 with 31000 miles
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Looks worse in real life as its all down the gearbox and dripping on to the floor
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I'd definitely get that in under warranty

If you try and fix it and fail, then they'll definitely deny a claim!
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Thanks I've got it booked in at Peugeot on Thursday. They've already told me any leaks might not be covered so I'll be liable for 96 diagnostic fee if they deem it not to be covered 🙄
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Tell them to stuff it if they try to charge you. It's DEFINITELY 100% a warranty issue. It's not wear or tear or down to how you drove the vehicle. Just a manufacturing flaw that is a serious environmental / safety concern.
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Fingers crossed they'll sort it out. Thanks for the help, will update on Thursday
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I'd love to hear all the reasons why a blown injector seal would not be a warranty fix.
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