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Old 12-05-17, 12:37 PM   #1
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Default Cuts out when turning right

Bit of a weird one this ... if I go round a right hand corner with no revs the engine will cut out. I have to stop and restart the engine ! its a 1.6 hdi 57 plate any help appreciated
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Old 12-05-17, 12:47 PM   #2
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I'd be tempted to say a wiring issue, possibly something on the steering is knocking a loose earth strap. Bit of a shot in the dark though.

Getting the car diagnosed may shed some light if it brings up an intermittent fault showing a short circuit or similar.

Does it happen when it's a long sweeping right hand bend, or just short sharp rights like at junctions?

Could be fuel related, but again it's hard to say without any live data or codes.
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both, third turnings off roundabouts always does it but if I keep power on through the turn 99.9% of time it ok !! but not always safe to do that !!
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I think you definitely need the car on Peugeot Planet to see what the live data shows up, as well as fault codes.

Find a member local to you using the Planet map and contact them to see if they can help out
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Old 13-05-17, 10:43 AM   #5
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Dirty fuel filter?
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Definately sounds like wiring engine moves around and breaks the connection

If it was fuel it would probably not start again instantly
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Old 12-06-17, 02:16 PM   #7
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It got took to the Pug specialist in Sheffield and they found the fault, it turned out to be the engine wiring loom that was knackered !! Some of the wires were broken and were arcing out on the engine. Was a big hit on the pockets as you can expect from the pug dealers but at least it now fixed. They removed the loom, repaired the wiring and put the loom back in. Thanks for the replies.
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