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Old 14-01-12, 03:18 PM   #1
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Default 307S Engine autodiagnostics warning light

Peugeot 307S with ~ 53000 on clock Tried to start car, after a night of frost. Starter Motor (relatvely new) kicks in but Engine doesn't Fire. Came back 5 hours later. Same problem. Diagnostic Warning light stays on. Car eventually fires but feels as though it's firing on (seriously) only one or two cylinders. No response from throttle. Switch off but engine continues to run as above. Eventually just about fires but Engine autodiagnostics warning light remains on.

Any clues?
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I'm keeping an eye on this, definitely some kind of engine problem, you will get a reply this evening, most people are working doing their normal jobs.
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What engine is the 307s using?



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It's a 1.6 Petrol Automatic. No hint of anything being wrong until yesterday a.m.
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How good are your coils, leads and plugs?....Are they wet from damp due to frost? Need some fault codes, can you get to a code reader or better pp2000? Guessing the fault can be expensive.




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Old 18-01-12, 09:10 PM   #6
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check the map and see whos got peugeot planet near by, most will check for free or very little.
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Old 19-01-12, 08:52 AM   #7
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Coil pack would be my first guess!
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