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Old 19-10-11, 04:51 PM   #1
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307 HDI 51 plate (in blue)

Got the peugeot planet working and attached to the car. It brings back the following codes

P0231 - permanent - Diesel high pressure regulation circuit. Pressure below setting and pump filling flow setting too high

P0704 - intimitent - Clutch switch signal. No signal or no coherant signal

P0230 - intimitent - Diesel high pressure regulation circuit pressure below reference value

P0233 - intimitent - Diesel high pressure regulation circuit. Rail pressure below maximum pressure.


Now, i'm new to the planet peugeot thing and there was no manual, so I think I'm doing it right. I've tried to clear the codes, but it seems that these come back up again. Ive replaced the fuel filter recently too (last week). The car seems to run OK, although its in safe mode and stalls if you push it.

Any ideas.....
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air in fuel pipe
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Which Engine?
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1.4 HDI

I was wondering if I've cleared the fault codes properly from when the diesel filter was blocked....

I'm assuming i'm doing it right - keep the engine on, clear the codes and do a global scan again. Saying that, I'm not certain what the 'service page' is asking for when clearing the codes.
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air in fuel pipe
Is this speaking from experience

If there is air, hows it got there - i can't see any leaks
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Clean the filter in the fuel tank , and check fuel pipes running under airfilter from fuel filter for pin holes , the airbox sits on those pipes and rubs against them.

If shes stalling when you push it ,i would bet dirty filter in tank is culprit.
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Well checked the fuel pipes under the, can't see/smell any leaks.

Noticed though, when i squeezed the belows i can stll see air bubbles in the clear pipe - not massive ones. A couple of squuezes and there gone, but if a wait 30 mins or so, there back...?

Anyway - i'll open the fuel tank today and check the filter
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