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Old 20-09-17, 08:34 PM   #1
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Hi guys. I was wondering if anyone knows where I can get a wiring diagram for my car so I can check it all out and work out where a couple of unplugged sensors go.
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Old 20-09-17, 08:53 PM   #2
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Either buy yourself a copy of SEDRE on ebay or register with Peugeot as an independent repairer and pay to get access to the technical data available.
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Thanks. Downloading servicebox now. 11.1GB lol
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You dont need to download it you just access it online
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Old 20-09-17, 09:23 PM   #5
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For free? And I only really want it to find out where my pre cat egt sensor goes. I read it effects boost and regen process. Also noticed my cooling fan doesn't work.
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Yes for free but the wiring you need to pay for access never needed to do it though
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I don't think I'll find the connector without it. Hopefully the download has everything. Not getting any fault codes now which isn't helpful at all lol.

What should I compare to find the boost problem? Electrovalve percentage? Pointless checking actual boost to reference as I know it's way off but for some reason the car doesn't
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Old 20-09-17, 10:24 PM   #8
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Is this what I need to access? Need to confirm as it's 7 euro for 1 hour access.
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In all honesty im not sure i have never needed to pay for any extra access i just use it for prices mainly but the 7 euros gives you 1 hour for everything i believe so just be quick and get as much as you can
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Old 21-09-17, 08:39 AM   #10
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Think I've got to the bottom of it.

The cold start
Hesitation
Bad fuel economy and no black smoke ever. Which always confused me.

Pulled up at college today and sat at idle for 15 minutes. Got out and there's a pool of diesel. It's definitely coming from the pump. It looks like it's coming out of the union from the pump that goes to the common rail. The pump has been changed a couple times so I'm thinking a new pipe is required.

Thanks for all the help over the last year. You were absolutely right about having more than one problem. Although I never thought I'd break this vicious cycle. Thanks for telling me to be methodical and keep at it. It's a small job so it might be a trip to europart and an update later today
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