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Old 10-05-13, 11:54 PM   #1
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Default Peugeot 207 gt petrol dead ecu?

Hi, I drive a 2007 Peugeot 207 gt, which about 6 months ago failed to start, I routed the problem to be a damp fuse box and ecu. The car will turn over and will spark but will not start the engine, this is not seized and the battery is brand new. The car will start when bump started but throttle is unresponsive. I have had Peugeot plannet on it and it cannot connect to the ecu, is this ecu reprogrammable/ repairable? I also have a spare ecu bsi and key but not even this will make the car work! If you have any ideas I would appreciate it! Car has been to 4! Different Peugeot 'specialists' and garages but they cannot program the new one to work or get the old one to work!
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Old 11-05-13, 08:15 AM   #2
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Have they checked the powersupplies to the ecu? The earths also?
What liquid was in the ecu? Coolant?

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There is defiantly power going to it, and I have had a look at some of the earths and cleaned them all up. I have now had the car sat for 6 months and have completely ran out of ideas! And it was rain water which got in
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Any ideas on how the rain water got in?
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Water tracked down from a sub live wire. Ecu is being sent off for diagnostics some time this week but I'm sure they will say its dead
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Can you explain in a little more detail what you mean by "Water tracked down from a sub live wire." ?
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Id say whoever wired in a sub in the boot cocked up on their routing of the cable and water tracked down it and into the engine bay fusebox.

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