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Old 21-05-17, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default P0011-dephaser fault

So had the fault codes read and the only code showing is P0011 - dephaser fault. Can anyone tell me exactly what this fault is and why is involved in fixing this ?

2008 Peugeot 207 1.6 VTI sw

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Old 21-05-17, 07:12 PM   #2
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Did you get my email yesterday mate?

For the benefit of the forum, see fault info attached. Live data appeared normal, despite the fault.

I know very little about the VTI gubbins, so any insight would be great
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Old 21-05-17, 07:31 PM   #3
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This might help Dephaser
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Old 21-05-17, 07:32 PM   #4
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Yes I did thanks dude, and much appreciated again for going out of your way to help me out, your a legend mate. I'll sort something out next couple days !
That dephaser link doesn't work just says site can't be reached.
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Old 21-05-17, 07:41 PM   #5
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clean it first, you will need to remove air filter housing and throttle body, check for gunk on the screens.

p0011 intake side, see post#4 to see what your looking for Peugeot 207cc depollution fault! - Peugeot Forums
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Old 21-05-17, 07:52 PM   #6
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Cheers will try that I can see the piece I need to remove but what do u mean by clean the screens exactly ?

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Old 22-05-17, 10:43 AM   #7
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the screens are the mesh covers on the end of the solenoid, used as filters, you may find a build up just in one area, look close.
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Old 25-05-17, 08:50 PM   #8
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Default dephaser fault

ill share my experience even if it doesnt help (i had the same code reading).

i brought a 207 cheap off a neighbor since he said a garage had the timing chain changed and it just needed a new inlet dephaser (50). so i started stripping the engine to investigate and found that the top chain guide was snapped off and was loose in the top of the engine and the timing was out by a couple of teeth (probably because the tensioner had snapped)

I changed the timing chain, guides and tensioner (apparently bmw modified the tensioner because it was faulty) i also changed the inlet dephaser just to make sure but after putting it all back together after 3 days of driving and lack of power the code came back on.

i started messing with the engine once again and found that both of the solenoid mesh's were clogged up with metal filings which came from the broken chain guide (you could see the wear on them)

i feel stupid that i didnt check them sooner but you live and learn. the car has ran fine now for over 6 months after cleaning the solenoids

i hope my experience helps.

quick note. The timing chain was never changed before i brought the car... any idiot could tell it wasn't. the white chain guides were stained dark brown with wear and the plastic was brittle and snapped very easily for example. never trust a car seller haha iv learnt my lesson.

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Old 08-06-17, 10:13 AM   #9
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Hi guys rang my local garage and have been quoted 350-400 for this job and just out of curiosity I rang my local Peugeot dealer and have been quoted 30 for the cam dephaser (is this the correct part) and 65 for fitting which seems unusual Peugeot are cheaper than my local can anyone confirm that Peugeot are looking at the correct part to replace for this fault please ??

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Old 08-06-17, 10:23 AM   #10
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350 is way over the odds, the cam dephaser is the correct part, so you're probably best going to Peugeot if they can do it for that price.

To be fair, looking at Stripe88's link posted earlier, it doesn't look like a particularly big or difficult job, so where the other garage gets 350 from is a bit of a mystery to me
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