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Old 09-01-19, 12:06 PM   #1
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Does anyone have experience with when their RHR needed injector service? My car is 2006 with 100000 kms and someone suggested that the injectors could do with attention.
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Why? My 407 rhr has done 160,000 miles and it ticks over ,drives well,no smoke,50 mpg..so why service them...what if any has made someone say that to you? perhaps your diesel is of poor quality and gums up the injectors...? Perhaps a can of injector cleaner would help that?
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Why? My 407 rhr has done 160,000 miles and it ticks over ,drives well,no smoke,50 mpg..so why service them...what if any has made someone say that to you? perhaps your diesel is of poor quality and gums up the injectors...? Perhaps a can of injector cleaner would help that?
And why I asked. To get it from someone else who has one. There's only two, literally, here in the country. Mine and one another. Yes, the diesel is pretty poor. At least it's cheap. US$1.03/us gal. A can of cleaner sounds like an idea. Thanks
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And why I asked. To get it from someone else who has one. There's only two, literally, here in the country. Mine and one another. Yes, the diesel is pretty poor. At least it's cheap. US$1.03/us gal. A can of cleaner sounds like an idea. Thanks
Hi..the 'why' was to ask 'what made them say that?'
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Hi..the 'why' was to ask 'what made them say that?'
Why the guy said that is because it's a common problem with other common rail diesels here in Ecuador.

I think the problem I have is a slight air leak into the fuel line. On occasion it doesn't want to start and needs a pump or two of the hand primer. I've replaced the most of the fuel line from the filter back. I believe the fuel filter distorting (allowing air to enter) is a known problem on 307 RHRs. 407s?
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I cant say I've heard of the filter housing distorting but the push connectors can be troublesome..some thick grease over the connectors could help
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I cant say I've heard of the filter housing distorting but the push connectors can be troublesome..some thick grease over the connectors could help
Ok. Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out.
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My last 307 ran OK but would barely get 400 miles out of a full tank of diesel.

Had the injectors cleaned and refurbed and the next tankful and every one after did 500 miles.
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My last 307 ran OK but would barely get 400 miles out of a full tank of diesel.

Had the injectors cleaned and refurbed and the next tankful and every one after did 500 miles.
Very interesting. Which engine was that? DW10TD? ATED? RHR?

How many kms/miles was that at?

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ALL 2 litres are DW10

The full peugeot code for an RHR is DW10 then ABC depending on age THEN TED4

So 8 valve would be DW10BTED
16 valve would be DW10BTED4 the 4 means 4 valves per cylinder

ANY 1 would benefit from cleaning IF they are clogged by bad fuel quality
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