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Old 15-05-16, 08:46 PM   #1
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307 2.0 petrol are getting anti pollution in 1-2days after resetting dtc's.

Here are errorcodes.


Coils and coilpack is all new and original. Any ideas?
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Old 16-05-16, 08:30 AM   #3
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Ignition intergration msg, start with the permenant messages. Plugs any good? I believe it can be caused by that, was the coil pack a good set?
If you Google the messages you'll find a lot of those messages already asked.
Let us know what you find.
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It was brand new from Peugeot so i guess it's good?
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Most likely it's a good one, if it were me I'd Google the other messages and make a note of the possible causes.
I think I'd also put some new plugs in it. It could be the wiring to the coil pack, worth a good look.
How does the car run?
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Old 16-05-16, 12:15 PM   #6
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Inlet Manifold is where I'd start looking. Sensor and wiring going to it.
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Car runs fine no problem. Get's a little low on rpms when you brake down now and then but mostly runs perfect. Plugs are under 2 months original from peugeot
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What should look for in intet manifold?
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Old 16-05-16, 03:44 PM   #9
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I believe that would be the MAP sensor.
Are you getting any pressure readings on PP?
There's one on the measurements that shows a reading in mb for inlet pressure, in ECU parameter measurement
On a 1.6 petrol it's at the rear of the rocker cover in line with the pug badge attached to the fuel manifold. Held with one bolt.
Couldn't say for a 2 Liter but they are cheap on ebay.
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