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Old 07-10-18, 02:29 PM   #1
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Hi

Just had a shiny new battery fitted to my 1.6 hdi blu 308. 2015
Also had my Adblue filled (10l)
All done at Halfords

Issues (2 of them)

Urea warning still comes up. Does this go away in time?

When I lock the car, the alarm goes off, every time.
I tried the bsi reset procedure a few times, but still off it goes?

Do I have to go to the dealers for this after getting these changes done?
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If the alarm sounds after locking then it must be seeing something open like bonnet switch for example i dont mean the bonnet is open i mean the alarm THINKS the bonnet is open.

Not saying it is bonnet im just using that as an example.

Urea warning probably needs reset
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My urea warning went away immediately after I filled it up but there is a post here from someone who had to wait a few start-ups.
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Old 07-10-18, 08:44 PM   #4
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Ok. Will give it until tomorrow pm before ringing Peugeot.

Probably have to take it there fore the alarm anyway
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This post.

https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums...-light-328616/

And then he sent me a PM saying-

"You were right. It went off after about 100 miles!! Hopefully it will stay off."
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Aha, I saw that post, and like Moby Dick, without the epilogue, the rest didnít make sense.

Thanks for that. I will be doing my normal 60 mile commute tomorrow so that added to todayís jaunting should give a positive outcome.
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One of the free recalls mine had done was to correct the Adblue warning fault so see your dealer.
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Good point. Our car had a wiring loom changed although I don't know why it needed to done. The blue cap on the AdBlue tank was also changed.
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I also have had those recalls done last year.

Booked in Wednesday morning for a diagnostic test.

Will update afterwards
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Took the car in for 8:30 this morning for a 30 min diagnostic.
Should have been plenty of time. But I was still there at 12:30.
They had cleared the Adblue warning but not the alarm.
Took me home in a courtesy car and at 3:30 I got a call that is was all done.
Apparently they had issues uploading firmware to the car as it kept stopping part way through.

£144 lighter, a forced day off work and an unhappy boss I have the car back working again.

Not happy. Routine operations on this car always seem to cause an over extended stay at the dealers. Even for recalls they don’t have the part in and only tell me when my car is in bits in the workshop.
Unfortunately there is no other dealer about so I am stuck with them.
Shame coz I really like the car and overall it’s been good to me
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