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Old 01-10-17, 12:07 PM   #1
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Default Peugeot 307 1.6 hdi Cut out wont restart?

Hi Guys,
The OH has got a 307 2006 1.6 HDI 110, it's just cut out on her way back from the shops, managed to tow her home but its refusing to fire up? oddly as well i noticed the electric windows aren't working either? (they were before?)

Looking for some starting points as I don't have ODB reader for the pug!

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Old 01-10-17, 12:35 PM   #2
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I don't know a lot about cars but I'm having problems with mine so been reading some posts some people are say that if the oil and water are not at the correct levels the engine won't start as a protection measure best of look
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Old 01-10-17, 12:49 PM   #3
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First post could be loads of things

Second post is absolute rubbish !!

Back to first post windows wont work because its now in economy mode this is NOT a problem merely a symptom economy mode WILL NOT stop it starting ignore that its not an issue and will go away once it fires.

As for most likely things
1 run out of fuel
2 timing belt failed
3 something electrical has failed cutting power to engine
4 key codes lost look up beep test and DO it

After 1-4 you need diagnostics not a micky mouse code reader proper diagnostics with live data while cranking codes wont find it live data will.
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First post could be loads of things

Second post is absolute rubbish !!

Back to first post windows wont work because its now in economy mode this is NOT a problem merely a symptom economy mode WILL NOT stop it starting ignore that its not an issue and will go away once it fires.

As for most likely things
1 run out of fuel
2 timing belt failed
3 something electrical has failed cutting power to engine
4 key codes lost look up beep test and DO it

After 1-4 you need diagnostics not a micky mouse code reader proper diagnostics with live data while cranking codes wont find it live data will.
Hi Reliable406, thanks for the tips, just been and had a play with it (the car!) luckily I went for the fuel pump, had it out and made sure everything was free, voltage tested and that was ok, popped it back in and the cars started?? assuming either something got stuck or there's an intermittent fault on it?? so looks like i'll be fitting a new pump and see how it goes!
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1.6 HDI engines RARELY have a tank pump its just a sender most have a primer bulb at the front so if it does have a primer it will not have a pump they never have both.
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oh ok thanks for that, perhaps it's the sender then? Not sure if this pic will identify it? Thanksimg_9117.jpg
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senders are all the same with or without pumps this is what causes confusion the sender unit is standard through the range some have pumps some dont ALL have wiring to the pump !!

Check for primer bulb at front thats the easiest way it will be under the engine cover near the air filter case.
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So changed the fuel sender and had no "episodes" til today when it cut out on me on a dual carriageway mid overtake!
Anyways AA called and towed me home and sent me this?

We have recovered your vehicle.Patrol found the following fault code/s:System : Engine control 1 - 51R / Diesel EDC 16 C3 Status :P1351 - Glow duration control. Error Message : Faulty. Error static. Status :P0422 - Particle filter. Error Message : Signal error. Intermittent. Status :P0335 - Crankshaft position sensor. Error Message : Malfunction. Intermittent. Status :P0238 - Boost pressure sensor. Error Message : Open circuit/positive short. Intermittent.

Have looked around for someone who could red the car with Peugeot Planet but doesn't look like there's anyone near me? so looks like i'll e purchasing it myself and have a play!

Does the above read out give ring any bells with any of you Peugeot experts??

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Old 06-11-17, 12:39 PM   #9
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Crank sensor fault is the only 1 in that list that would cause cutting out all others are symptoms BUT it does not mean fit a new sensor it means something on the crank sensor circuit is causing it it MIGHT be a faulty sensor but it could just as easily be wiring.

Problem is it could be a common feed or earth to ALL the things in that list causing the issue rather than any 1 thing
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Ok probably easiest to change the sensor first then if it?s still u/s I?ll start belling out the wiring! ?
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