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Old 23-10-18, 06:41 PM   #1
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Default Anti pollution fault and engine oil pressure warning

I have a peugeot 207hdi 59 plate 1.6hdi.
My car is cutting out with the msg on dash, Anti pollution system faulty and now it also comes up with warning, engine oil pressure. It happens now if I pull off from the traffic lights and from a junction. I had the RAC out on the weekend as it refused to start. He did a diagnostics reading and come up with egr valve fault and as well as a few others. He rulled out a dpf problem as he was certain that my car doesn't have one so suggested I get the egr valve changed. I just wondered if someone has had the same problem with their car and found the problem. I know there has been similar posts on here.
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Old 23-10-18, 08:49 PM   #2
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Hi, worth noting for mot, any modifications/removal to emissions related devices, this includes DPF'S and EGR's is now a major fail. Cheers
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Antipollution fault is NOTHING DIRECTLY to do with DPF its a generic message you get it on petrol engines AND diesels WITHOUT a DPF so removing the filter wont get rid of the message
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Thank you all. I literally have had enough now. It so dangerous.. the only answer is to take it off the road. The machanic seemed to think that my car is to old for a dpf and is only fitted with a catalytic converter so he rulled out being blocked. The oil is fine as it has been checked and a msg pops up on the dash oil ok when the car is started. I'm wondering if it's worth also changing the oil pressure sensor and see if that helps. Thank you reliable 406... I have also heard this before.
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The oil pressure warning is a common issue and its usually not the sender just a bad connection somewhere and the real issue in your case is something is making it cut out and THIS is in turn causing the antipollution display.

Both issues may well have a common cause wiring issues are very common
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The machanic seemed to think that my car is to old for a dpf
He's wrong, there are plenty cars older than 2009 with DPFs. It doesn't just go on age, but engine size.

And if he had a look under the bonnet he'd see if there's a DPF or not.

I'm wary that he's going to throw parts at the problem. Before he does, get an unbiased diagnostic from one of us:

https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums...gnostic-28190/


https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums...70/#post529130
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Old 24-10-18, 02:04 PM   #7
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Hi gibbo
Ok so when this machanic first arrived from the RAC... He asked what the problem was..
I told him that my car was refusing to start with a anti pollution system faulty msg on the dash. He straight away said
"I bet the DPF is blocked" when he looked into it further ( on his big tablet screen) he said my car doesn't have a dpf, only a cataylic converter while he looked underneath my car so advised I get the egr valve changed.
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Old 25-10-18, 12:29 PM   #8
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Post the last 8 digits of your VIN and I can check if it has a DPF or not.

On the good side, all those fault codes are pretty common and well documented on here.

If it were me I'd replace the glow plugs and blank off the EGR valve.
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Ok thank you... I rang peugeot this morning and they couldn't tell me if it does or not. It's 9E062047. Ok thanks I may try that as well then
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No DPF according to servicebox,note red highlight on second post

Vehicle characteristics

Vehicle family 207
AS/RP N 11935 82 1 0337
Warranty Start Date 23/09/2009
BER e2*2001/116*0340*13
P4A 9663699799
General information
PRODUCT TYPE CAR
COMMERCIAL MARQUE/COMPONENT TYPE PEUGEOT
VEHICLE FAMILY 207
SILHOUETTE 5 DOOR SALOON
TRIM LEVEL PREMIUM
ENGINE DV6ATED4 TURBO DIESEL
TRANSMISSION BVM5
PAINT TYPE METALLIC PAINTWORK
BODY COLOUR KTH - THORIUM GREY PAINT
INTERIOR TRIM TYPE W&W SPA + OMNI MONO-TONE F915 "4C"
UPHOLSTERY COLOUR "FZ"
GEARBOX (CHARACTERISTICS) BE4-5L MANUAL GEARBOX
ENGINE (TYPE) DV TYPE ENGINE
OTHER BADGE, " MISC. " WITHOUT FULLER BADGE
BADGE WITHOUT BADGE
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