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Old 28-12-11, 10:35 PM   #1
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Please can someone help me !! we have just brought this car and already replaced the starter motor as i thought this was the fault ! ?

the problem is :
we start the car in the morning and it starts like a van turns over it like its going to flatten the battery but once it turns over its fine ! does not start first time like a normal car or is this a normal thing on a 307 ? we never had one before !! thats why i thought it was the starter motor so replace it ! also checked the glow plugs all ok , battery was fine too , is there anything else i could try !

p.s went shopping today and noticed when i sat in the car with the keys out the speedo dial etc moved !! just a flicker for a few seconds what on earth could all this be !?!

the car has been on a diagnostic computer and no faults found !
can it be a fuse or relay ?
or anything i can try to find the fault ?

also some said try looking for air leaks around fuel filter ! ?? where is that and what should i be looking for ?

anyone help me ??

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Old 28-12-11, 11:20 PM   #2
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If you meant that the speedo and rev counter needles drop from zero to the bottom of the dial, about 20 secs after the keys are taken out, I think that's normal. Mine does that - it's probably just a capacitor discharging.
Mine is also starting slowly - chug chug chug chug vroom...I find if I give it a tiny bit of throttle, it starts instantly. I haven't got around to checking my glow plugs yet but I wonder if it's more a problem with air in the fuel line, or a worn-out spot on the throttle pedal position sensor.
My EGR valve is definitely shot too, so it might be worth looking into that.
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I had this - same engine.

As time went on it took longer to start.

Spent months in the garage - turned out in the end to be the crankshaft sensor. If you go to a garage, get the bloke to check this first, before he starts replacing any other parts.
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hi , the car has been on a diagnostic pc and NO faults were found !!


any thing else i could try ???
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Are you sure the battery is ok? Mine was also "ok" but hard to start and random little electrical issues until I replaced it.
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I was going to say crankshaft sensor or temp sensor faulty
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hi , the car has been on a diagnostic pc and NO faults were found !!


any thing else i could try ???
Did they use Peugeot Planet software to diagnose? This is the only software that will pick up all of the faults. My was diagnosed using a Snap On diagnostic PC, but still had faults on when plugged in to PP.

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