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Old 07-08-17, 02:11 PM   #1
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Good morning everyone, I have a Peugeot 307 cabriolet (model 2008) and it is totally crazy, probably an electrical problem.

The problems that have occurred so far:

1- The key does not lock / unlock the vehicle, if you unlock it (it triggers the alarm) and try to start the car, it will not turn on.
Temporary solution to this: Open the hood, disconnect and reconnect the battery.

2- Everything works (after reconnecting the battery), the car turns on, the lights and controls work, ONLY, the sliding roof does not work, it shows "roof malfunction" (or something like that).

3- This problem is the most common, when you switch on half the key, all electronics work normally, all the commands (roof works, light, mp3 player and everything). When you turn on the car, after about 2-3 seconds, the light comes on automatically, the gas display goes to the minimum and after 10-20 seconds the car turns off and does not respond to any command, you must reconnect the battery.
Note: If you remove the key while the car is on, it will not turn off ...

Video: This video shows the third problem mentioned above.

Link of video: youtu.be/hwSpnkbYNcY ( I can't post the link because the forum doesn't allow me because I'm new in forum )

The question is: What's the solution? What's the problem? Which component should I buy? Thanks a lot.
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Great information shared. . .
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Have your battery fully checked out for load capability as well s charging performance. On these make of cars the battery has to be in tip top condition. Any good garage will/should be able to do that for you free in the hope that you buy one from then. And also make sure it is the correct size and capacity for the car!
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Have your battery fully checked out for load capability as well s charging performance. On these make of cars the battery has to be in tip top condition. Any good garage will/should be able to do that for you free in the hope that you buy one from then. And also make sure it is the correct size and capacity for the car!
Good morning, I have another brand new battery, I tried it but I had the same problem...
I discarded the battery problem, I believe it is an electrical problem, but I do not know which one
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Old 11-08-17, 09:01 PM   #5
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Hi,

Did you disconnect and reconnect the battery using the proper procedure?

Also maybe try reseting the bsi to see if that sorts some of the issuses your having

BSI Reboot and Method for Disconnecting/connecting the battery

BSI Reboot Process for Peugeot - United Kingdom | BBA Reman

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Old 13-08-17, 07:18 PM   #6
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Sorry for hijacking this thread I dunno how to make a new one ...I have a 2008 307 cc and have issues with the parcel shelf and roof meeting when the roof is going down. ..does anyone know how to fix this ? .....apologies again for tagging on
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Robbie select 307 and at the top there is a tag NEW THREAD
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Hi,

Did you disconnect and reconnect the battery using the proper procedure?

Also maybe try reseting the bsi to see if that sorts some of the issuses your having

BSI Reboot and Method for Disconnecting/connecting the battery



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Yes, I tried it before opening this topic
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Old 18-08-17, 09:56 PM   #9
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check under your spare wheel for any signs of water getting into the control modules down there. there is another module under the polystyrene of the roof motor.
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