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Old 04-12-15, 10:25 AM   #1
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Default Complicated cars!! Peugeot 207 GT

Hello everyone,I own a peugeot 207 GT 2007 and recently I bought a Peugeot planet diagnostic tool because I have lost my trust in mechanics as this car has a very different engine and a very weird one.I managed to sort out some of the faults by replacing some sensors but I get this fault P0133 which is related to the IAT (Intake Air Temperature) sensor.
Here comes the problem. Do this cars have something like that? I googled everything, I even have a Peugeot Service Box account and all the time I try to look for something like that I bump into the MAP (manifold air pressure) sensor.
My question is.Are this things related?Can the MAP sensor be the problem if the fault P0113 is described as faulty IAT sensor?
This car gives me serious headache!
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I believe you have two map sensors on your engine (according to Servicebox).

One MAP sensor is 3 pin and one should be 4 pin version.
The 4 pin version has air temp sensor inbuilt.

I believe it is this one, you should probably be able to locate it quite easy in the engine bay if you have a look.

Bosch 0261230134 Intake Manifold Pressure Sensor Map 13627535069 1955R6 | eBay
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So is there an Intake Air Temperature sensor on this engine or the MAP is doing the job,I found the 2 versions of MAP's on EuroCarParts and I'm confused with which I should buy...
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As I said. One of the MAP sensors is purely a MAP sensor (3 pin plug/connector).

The other one (4 pin plug/connector) is a combined MAP and Air Intake Temperature sensor. (the one in the eBay link above).

I.e to change the air temp sensor you surely must replace the complete MAP/IAT sensor.
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Thank you for your reply and for your patience!You really made me understand this!!Cheers!
Will post an update after changine the sensor.Hopefully this is the issue!
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is it P0113 or P0133 as u have posts on different threads saying two various codes, replied to other thread. easier to keep all on one thread to give u the support.
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for the air intake sensor its the one on the top of the boost pipe coming from the intercooler.

Bosch Peugeot MAP Sensors | Euro Car Parts UK’s No.1 Car Parts Retailer

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Old 04-12-15, 04:59 PM   #8
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ASD,it's both of them unfortunately,p0133 was the upper lambda sensor which I have allready changed,this P0113 was giving me headaches because there was nothing on point on the web...I will try replace the sensor and let you guys know.Anyway I think I'm on the right track! Couldn't do it without your help guys! thanks a lot!
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Hey guys,back here unfortunately,nothing seems to help...I heard about a new upgraded chain tensioner and about remapping/updating the ECU
U guys think that would help?
Let me know if some of you did this!
Any help is welcome!Thanks a lot!
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hey, i know im late but i was scrolling through this and found that bosch was the brand was brought up and suggested. but that link wasnt working for me, can someone point me to it?
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