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Old 15-11-11, 08:53 PM   #1
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Default Diesel Fuel Filling Cap Sensor. info please

Can anyone supply me with a link (with picture) showing the fuel filling cap sensor for a Pug 307 1.6 SW diesel (build year 2004).

Same for the differential pressure sensor for the CAT/DPF

Same for the cam shaft sensors.

Same for a new CAT/DPF

Links on eBay are also welcome as I'm going to have to spend a few bob to right a few wrongs
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Old 15-11-11, 09:12 PM   #2
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Whats wrong ?
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Pug going into limp mode with anti pollution warning all the time.

Warning about camp shaft on the plug in code reader.

Possibly the CAT is blocked because the levels of the additive seems to be the same and i had it refilled 20k ago.

Today (and on a few other occasions) car engine struggling (slight judder) when I put the foot down or hit a hill the car conks out and the dash board lights up. I pull over to the side of the road, turn off the engine and then I can restart it (total pain in the ass)

As for replacing the CAT I'm looking for a good price so my mechanic can do it (if necessary). The cost of a cat and replacement in the Netherlands is €900

I have a dirty feeling the differential pressure sensor is knackered because I dismantled the CAT 5 months ago and gave it a good wash out, the water was red for all of 1 minute and then clear (no soot).

v snaar (belt to water pump, etc...too tired now to remember the name of the belt) was replaced 3 months ago.

Mechanic is replacing the fuel filter for me and checking the fuel line for leaks tomorrow.

The VIN number from my car is VF33H9HZC83833787

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When you refilled and washed the Particle filter out did you reset counters and tell car it had a new filter?
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When you refilled and washed the Particle filter out did you reset counters and tell car it had a new filter?

Yup, did that also.
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an old colleague of mine had a mondeo. anyways his car seemed to stall out when going up hill or under load...turned out it was his injectors.

mine started kangerooing down the road when under load once. i changed the fuel filter (never replaced by looks) and all is well.

what im getting at, maybe the same?



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I called the garage to ask if they had found the fault(s)

In fairness they are booked solid and are trying to make time for my car.

Major errors on the alarm list are as follows (am waiting on a print out of the codes)

Oil temperature too high (*2 times)

Cam shaft sensor fault (*5)

Regeneration fault (*1)

Particle Filter Blocked (*17)

Glow plug 3 (*4)

There are more error codes but I'm too knackered to remember at the moment

When I get the list from the mechanic I'll post it here
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Re fuel cap sensor.
Dont have a picture but is about 6 mm square X25 mm long and green , black lead and plug about 300mm.
Take the wheel off and remove wheel liner to get acces to it also remove gaiter from around filler, 20min or so to replace about 28 from dealer.
Engine will no do regen until it is replaced.From Memory it is ~25ohms with magnet ~ 300 open
google to be shure
Dpf pressure sensor is mounted on top of radiator . Black oblong 50x70 has two rubber /Steel pipes leading down to top and botom off DPF/CAT
Plannet will give yo a direct reading off pressure Max is~ 900Mbar as far as I know

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Re fuel cap sensor.
Dont have a picture but is about 6 mm square X25 mm long and green , black lead and plug about 300mm.
Take the wheel off and remove wheel liner to get acces to it also remove gaiter from around filler, 20min or so to replace about 28 from dealer.
Engine will no do regen until it is replaced.From Memory it is ~25ohms with magnet ~ 300 open
google to be shure
Dpf pressure sensor is mounted on top of radiator . Black oblong 50x70 has two rubber /Steel pipes leading down to top and botom off DPF/CAT
Plannet will give yo a direct reading off pressure Max is~ 900Mbar as far as I know
I can find didley squat about part numbers or suppliers for the DPF and Fuel fill sensors.

From what you have said here the DPF is an analogue device.
Any ideas what the (expected) parameters are when the following occurs
Engine off 0 mBar (expected) ??mV (how many mV should it read)
Engine ideling ?? mBar (expected) ??mV (how many mV should it read)
Engine at 3k revs no clutch engaged ?? mBar (expected) ??mV (how many mV should it read)

A link to a site wher I can purchase the fuel fill sensor (fuel cap removed/replaced) would be most helpful.

Thanks in advance
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Sensors are main dealer only
How HDI system works on 2.0L But 1.6 is the same in theory some things moved about. Doc gives most of readings to be expected

http://ftp.psyborg.rpg.pl/hdi/Citroe...e%20Filter.pdf
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