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Old 06-05-18, 10:02 PM   #1
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Where is the fuel relay on a 207SW (1.6 petrol) estate?
I'm not getting any fuel to the injector rail so I suspect a faulty fuel pump, easy to find, or the fuel relay, which I can't find!
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Old 07-05-18, 09:38 AM   #2
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is it part of the under bonnet fuse board
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Before you go any further do the beep test as i recon your immobiliser is your REAL issue
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Hi.
Thanks for the info on the relay location, presumably it's under the the engine fuse box where the maxi fuses are?
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Before you go any further do the beep test as i recon your immobiliser is your REAL issue
Worth checking !
How do I do a 'beep test'?
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The Tech Section is your friend... https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...p-test-290202/
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Hi.
Thanks for the info on the relay location, presumably it's under the the engine fuse box where the maxi fuses are?
NO its INSIDE the fusebox as in you cannot see it !!
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Old 08-05-18, 09:58 PM   #8
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Thanks for the info on the 'beep test', I did the test as described and got the beeps so the immobiliser theory is incorrect.
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NO its INSIDE the fusebox as in you cannot see it !!
Thanks for your response...
That's what I meant anyway, the relay must be inside the fuse box underneath the top panel that has the fuses and wiring connectors.
I will need to remove that to reveal the fuel relay underneath, is that correct?
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No the relays are non replaceable they are soldered to the circuit board inside the fusebox so IF the relay is the problem then you need to replace the fusebox !

Ok in theory they can be replaced but the work involved and the ease of finding a used replacement means its not worth it.

In my opinion its far more likely to be a wiring issue than the fusebox though
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