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Old 08-08-18, 05:37 PM   #1
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Have seen a previous thread on this issue but am unable to find blanking plugs mentioned. 207cc smokes when coming off idle. No smoke at any other time. Thread said that pcv blanking plugs part number 0361.S4 would cure the problem. Peugeot dealer says this is not a Peugeot part number. Any ideas as to how to get my hands on these plugs?
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Hi.
Have seen a previous thread on this issue but am unable to find blanking plugs mentioned. 207cc smokes when coming off idle. No smoke at any other time. Thread said that pcv blanking plugs part number 0361.S4 would cure the problem. Peugeot dealer says this is not a Peugeot part number. Any ideas as to how to get my hands on these plugs?
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Thanks. Hope to cure the embarrassing smoke now!! This should do the trick.
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If you don't have a THP engine this plug is not used and would not show up on the dealers parts list
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Old 12-08-18, 03:39 PM   #5
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Don't have the THP engine. Will this plug still fit on breather outlet on my car?
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Closing the breather will greatly increase your oil consumption and make you smoke even more.
Normally smoke is caused by a failed pcv valve in the rocker cover...
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How do you remove pc diaphragm valve to check. Have removed rocker cover and can see bottom of diaphragm valve but can't see how to remove it. Can access a clip and unmatched partly but don't want to break anything by forcing. If either pc valve or diaphragm valve are faulty where do you get them from? Neither is available from Peugeot. You can buy a replacement rocker cover though. Ha ha!
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How do you remove pc diaphragm valve to check. Have removed rocker cover and can see bottom of diaphragm valve but can't see how to remove it. Can access a clip and unmatched partly but don't want to break anything by forcing. If either pc valve or diaphragm valve are faulty where do you get them from? Neither is available from Peugeot. You can buy a replacement rocker cover though. Ha ha!
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I have the same issue on my 207cc 1.6vti is it pcv valve related?
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I have the same issue on my 207cc 1.6vti is it pcv valve related?
the pcv on the EP6 engine is not a changeable part, except you can buy a replacement valve which incorporates a new cap that replaces the cap that you have to break ok in order to change this valve. I have searched on eBay and found a direct replacement which does this.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kit-PCV-v...8bc4%7Ciid%3A1

see this add, the user also explains how to do the job.
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