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Old 03-02-13, 11:38 AM   #1
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Hello!

Found myself a nice 307 1.6 HDi 90 S this week, 06 reg, 60k on the clock.
Paid 2100 for it, leaving me 1400 to do anything which needs doing.

Firstly, it needs a major service, owned by an older couple, it seems only to have ever had a basic oil and filter change every year.

2 issues I have currently, on cold start up engine 'judders' momentarily after starting, this proceeds to being a rattle on idling for about 20 minutes then disappears. Other issue in low gear (1st, 2nd- disappears on 3rd), have a low hum type of metal on metal noise.

It has had a boot seal leak at some point but having been through the car wash already, it's not leaking now.

So any ideas on the above would be appreciated, overall very pleased, don't mind spending money on it as I do think I paid a good price. As its a car I will keep til it either dies or can't be repaired, I'm not adverse to spending on it to keep it going
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Old 03-02-13, 12:23 PM   #2
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is the oil level correct ?

mine judders but only when im at super low revs and its struggling

best to check the gearbox oil as well. make sure theres no leaks while your at it
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It says Oil OK On start up and the dipstick level appears OK but I want to get the car into the garage for a major service, change the oil and filter etc. I don't know what grade of oil is actually in the car currently, so I will get it all changed so I know what's going round in my car!
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I reckon the clutch may be on the way out.
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Old 04-02-13, 12:32 PM   #5
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After starting? Could be a bad heater plug. Get a diagnostic check done to prove.

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Hello all again

Car has been ramped up, serviced and mechanic said the following need looking at in more detail (only booked in for service today, so booked in for another day)

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Clutch (he didn't mention any flywheel issues but just wondering do I need this looked at as well?)
Heater Matrix (as there has been a leak in the footwell at some point)

His son does the diagnostics on Pugs ( they will hook it up to Planet on its next visit) but wasn't able to do it today, which is a bit of an annoyance but its my fault, I only booked a service!
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Just to add, mechanic mentioned something about ensuring the recalls have been done?
I looked on VOSA and found the breaking recall R/2008/015, will be going out to check the VIN but would peugeot tell me if any recall work has been done or not done, if I took it to my local pug dealer?
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as yours is a 90bhp it should have a solid flywheel if so its just a new clutch kit
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Oh that's a plus then, I looked at clutch kits online and they're reasonably priced, so not overly concerned now....I was looking at the flywheel/clutch kit and almost had to go any lie down in a darkened room at the prices!

I know that I need to factor in the labour cost too but that's a huge weight not having to budget for a new flywheel!
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I would have the flywheel and clutch done to be safe with the kits. The other thing you may want to consider is the timing belt... maybe worth doing now while you have the extra cash
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