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Old 27-03-18, 10:12 AM   #1
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Default EML on 207 = 2010 plate

Hi

Car coming up with anti pollution fault

EML light on my 207 =2010 plate 1.4 16v sport. Peugeot planet shows codes:
BSI = code f5ff & C98c
mev17.4 = po343 & p0342 p0341

What are these and do I need to worry?

Peugeot planet does not give me the option to remove these fault codes on my 207 it just display them to print?
It did on my 206 why will it not let me on the 207?
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Old 27-03-18, 10:46 AM   #2
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if you are lucky its a dodgy camshaft sensor (the one at rear right of engine)
had the same on the daughters 207 a few weeks ago, new sensor sorted it.

however, if it comes back i would be looking at cam timing.
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Old 27-03-18, 11:03 AM   #3
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how do I reset codes with planet 2000?

Also had emulsified oil on filler cap, but it was sister in laws car and she used short journeys. just got car from her.

Noticed expansion tank not full so added 2 pints to it.

Started worrying maybe head gasket failure
Got car to temperature opened expansion tank and no signs of bubbling, revved engine and water still ok flowing through smaller pipe into expansion pipe. No signs of oil in expansion tank. No signs of oil on dipstick.

Can I count out Head gasket failure?
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Old 27-03-18, 07:34 PM   #4
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dont worry about mayo, seems about normal for short jouneys but goes after a few long runs when weather warms, just check coolant not escaping.

have no idea how to reset on your version of planet, on my old one i just go back a page and the option is there.

here is what i got of planet, ignore the brake pedal one.



new inlet cam sensor cured the cam codes but the solenoid warning has come back so ordered a new solenoid, not bad though as car has done around 80k, the exhaust solenoid gave up years ago.
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Old 27-03-18, 08:40 PM   #5
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Thank you for the reasurrance about head gasket
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Old 27-03-18, 08:42 PM   #6
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Will any OBD2 device reset codes or does it have to be planet 2000 as with my old 206
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Old 28-03-18, 10:32 AM   #7
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yes, any cheap obd2 will take the light off and stop the anti pollution for most faults but not all.
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Old 28-03-18, 11:17 AM   #8
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Thankyou

What does the Crankshaft position sensor look like on the 207 1.4 vti engine 95bhp
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Old 28-03-18, 03:12 PM   #9
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its this kind of setup on the vti https://www.pelicanparts.com/techart...eplacement.htm
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Old 28-03-18, 03:34 PM   #10
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Brilliant
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