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Old 30-04-16, 06:27 PM   #1
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I need urgent help I changed my clutch and flywheel with one of the conversion ones from Peugeot dealer . and now the car wont start and says eco mode active and wont let me shut the windows and headlights don't work apart from sidelights. we took the battery out uncliped the maf and the crank sensor and moved the earth for the engine when dropping the gearbox . . any ideas how to fix this problem
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Old 30-04-16, 06:34 PM   #2
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Did you damage the crank sensor or its wiring during the clutch change?
The MAF won't stop the car starting..

As a thought, does the car give a 'beep beep' if you open the drivers door with the keys in the ignition?
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Did you damage the crank sensor or its wiring during the clutch change?
The MAF won't stop the car starting..

As a thought, does the car give a 'beep beep' if you open the drivers door with the keys in the ignition?
how do you check the crank sensor on a 2.0 hdi and yes it does beep beep with the door open and key in the ignition but when i try to start it makes a bong noise
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Eco mode will go when the car starts, a quick tow will sort that out.

As for the crank sensor, I don't know how to check it other than fit a known good one, but there are people here that could advise you better than me....
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Eco mode will go when the car starts, a quick tow will sort that out.

As for the crank sensor, I don't know how to check it other than fit a known good one, but there are people here that could advise you better than me....
will eco mode stop the windows going up
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Eco mode turns off lots of ancillaries to save the battery from going flat, maybe a jump start will give it a boost but be careful with the leads - keep the earths on the bodywork and the cars running together for a few minutes before disconnecting...

I'm no mechanic so maybe someone else can give more positive advise...
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[QUOTE=david42;1372121]will eco mode stop the windows going up[/QUOTE

Yes all part of eco mode to save battery energy.Everything will start working again when the engine starts and comes out of eco mode.
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Yes all part of eco mode to save battery energy.Everything will start working again when the engine starts and comes out of eco mode.
if it was a crank sensor wouldn't that put the engine management light on . well it is on until it starts . but give a code ?
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I need urgent help I changed my clutch and flywheel with one of the conversion ones from Peugeot dealer . and now the car wont start and says eco mode active and wont let me shut the windows and headlights don't work apart from sidelights. we took the battery out uncliped the maf and the crank sensor and moved the earth for the engine when dropping the gearbox . . any ideas how to fix this problem
If your sure everything is back the way it was undo the sensor plug and disconnect the battery wait 5 mins and reconnect sensor plug first then battery and try again.

failing this check the condition of crank sensor as mine split open and still worked just a bad starter?

if you had a failing DMF its poss that it has been smacked by spinning debris from flywheel?
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Would a magnet bolt tray damage the crank sensor if placed in it ?

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