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Old 18-08-19, 11:39 AM   #1
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ok ive moded my car and have a couple of wiring problems,does anyone have the ecu pin numbers and plug colour for the temp sensor as I have no wires in my plug .also oil pressure wiring as I have a warning of low oil pressure would this warning stay in the ecu from the old nackered engine thanks
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There are many variations of 207, engine, etc. Please quote the last eight digits of your VIN for precise information.
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33549035.i have the temp sensor plug and wires but they were taken out of the ecu plug so I don't know which plug or position they were in,thanks
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Peugeot wiring colours are variable and undocumented. You have to use the wire numbers.

The ECU socket is 32V GR, the grey 32-pin socket.

Probably, the ECU still has the oil pressure warning stored. You need Planet 2000 or perhaps a cheapo OBD2 reader to clear it.
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that's brilliant thanks,it might be the oil pressure switch as I have a 308bhp audi tt engine in it and the Peugeot is 0.5 bar and the audi is I.2 bar
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