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Old 04-08-15, 04:57 PM   #1
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Good afternoon,

I got my Peugeot 207 S back in April and so far, so good... Well.. since owning it the exhaust heat shield has dropped so was vibrating on the exhaust pipe, I fixed this by getting under it and tie-wrapping it back on. Is this an MOT fail?

The clutch bearing was then sounding bad so I've had the full clutch replaced for 260, which I didn't think was too bad, in all honesty. Does the clutch have a 'bedding in' process?

I was then wondering, as to whether it's possible to fit the new 'facelift' bumpers on the front of the car? Does it require new clips Etc. and would it fit with the current lights? This also raises the question as to whether or not it's possible to 'retrofit' fog lights, into the new bumper?

It's a 56' plate and I'm going to have it a fair few years, so would like it to look a little newer.

Thanks in advance and apologies if these questions have been asked before.
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Old 04-08-15, 07:00 PM   #2
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No and no. A loose heat shield is not a reason to fail an mot. If you have secured it and it doesn't rattle then set your mind at rest.
A new clutch should work perfectly well from the outset. Why do you ask?.

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