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Old 30-01-13, 02:16 PM   #1
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When I indicate to turn right, the indicator cuts out after a second or two, then the head lights come on. Also when stationary the head lights will ficker, can anyone help. I have a 307sw thanks.
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When I indicate to turn right, the indicator cuts out after a second or two, then the head lights come on. Also when stationary the head lights will ficker, can anyone help. I have a 307sw thanks.
Comms Unit, the indicators/headlights/wipers etc, everything on the two stalks is one unit, notorious on the 307, it needs replacing and unfortunately they are mega money for such a build flaw!
New Genuine Peugeot 307 Stalk Switch / COM 2000 (96605686XT 624273) | eBay

Thats the unit you will need, NOT that perticular one, they are setup to the specific vehicle and you will probably need someone with planet to help too.

No doubt one of the Com Gurus will be along shortly to give you details
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Old 31-01-13, 08:20 AM   #3
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Before you shell out though give the base of the stalks a good blast of electrical contact cleaner.

I had this problem on my last 307 (a 57 plate) and it stopped after I gave them a spray.

Take off the plastic cowling to get better access, and if you see a grime and dust build up that's a tell tale sign.
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Thanks Gibbo I will give that a try this weekend. It does look a bit dusty in there.
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