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Old 26-02-15, 03:25 PM   #1
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I have a 2007 57 plate peugeot 207 cc 1600 16v petrol with the dreaded anti pollution fault ! It starts and drives but has a lack of power and the exhaust sounds really loud even though it's in good nick? Ive had it plugged in to a diagnostic machine which has brought up the codes p0599 p11a8 and p0011 . Now I've had a good look through all previous threads and there is a lot of different opinions I think it may be a stretched timing chain ( I hope it isn't ) is there anyway I can find this out for certain ? Would I benefit from getting someone with peugeot planet to plug in ? Is it a hard task to change the timing chain ? Any info will be greatly appreciated . Also I am from just outside sheffield so can anyone direct me to a specialist . Thank you
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Just to add it's only done 69k
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Is It the THP engine?
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Is It the THP engine?
It's the 5fw mate.
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ah if was the turbo model could informed u but don't know about the N/A models sorry.
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Old 27-02-15, 08:58 AM   #6
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There's a member in Woodhouse (near Crystal Peaks) if you do need a diag:

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


https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...70/#post529130
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Old 28-02-15, 07:20 PM   #7
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daughter has simular problems from time to time with her cc, usually a run holding the revs up clears it the next day.
chain sounds quiet when cold but going to swap the tensioner anyway as it feels like the cam timings going out when booted.

already changed exhaust vanos, think the old one had heat damage from the manifold, casing looked discoloured and it rattled.

will let you know if i find a bad tensioner car has under 60k on it. may have to wait though she needs it for work until the end of the week.
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ah if was the turbo model could informed u but don't know about the N/A models sorry.
They are to all intents the same engine with or without a turbo
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well my plan of action is/was (p0014 code)
swap cam sensors over see if code changes to BANK A done, didnt help
change vanos solenoid done, no more p0014 but cam timing still not right
next will be to run my multimeter in parrallel to vanos solenoid to make sure its getting voltage under load.
then cam chain tensioner swap
then cam cover off for timing check (will have to buy the book for that one)

then new chain if needed, not looking forward to that, never done keyless crank cam belt before.
is it true these engines can slip their cam sprockets? ep6

any more sugestions?
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well update, this thread will end up my diary in the end.

swapped cam chain tensioner, and boy did it need doing, it was so weak i could squash it with no effort, new tensioner was mega stiff.

so be warned if you have the ep6 engine, 59k 57 plate 207cc

not a hard job pm me if you want to know what tools and a quick rundown.

but car still not right, still has that kn filter sound under load, reving in neutral engine is quiet and sounds good,

so next is cam cover off chain and timing check.

to be continued.........
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