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Old 03-10-11, 04:55 PM   #1
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Following on from my previous thread https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...le-roll-15064/ I have now got Planet and hooked it up to see what faults were present.

Result..... only 3 faults showing, they are:
  • drivers side door module - wing mirror open circuit
  • passenger side door module - wing mirror open circuit
  • something to do with AUX1 on the radio (think thats because my phone wasn't connected at the time, so it beeped)
And thats the lot...... i.e. nothing showing as being wrong!

I have been into the FAP settings..... got a filter load of 48% clogged, and a diff pressure of 0mbar (on tickover) and when revved to 2500rpm only reached 20mBar ish.

So I'm a bit of a loss now what the vibration/chugging is

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Mine is same both door modules i take no notice of them yours seems the same as mine when my DPF was blocked no fault codes checkthe parameters and post the readings up by pressing F prtsc together then paste to paint and save as jpeg .

20 mbar sounds like yours is slow like mine was should really be around 6mbar i might be corrected on this but anyway mine was chugging for 12 months before i had planet to check and mine showed 128mbar when i got it but could have started low and got worse not sure.
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Will go back out in a few mins - just doing the PP update

Was your diff pressure of 128mBar on tickover? or when driving? I think there is a way of logging the readings isn't there.... anyone know how and then I can post that too
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Mine was done at 2000 rpm but if you can post readings would be better as someone will know for sure on here.
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This was mine before i had it removed .
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Old 03-10-11, 06:02 PM   #6
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Here we go.... 2 pics - one on tickover, and one with some revs

What does seem odd is the manifold air temperature is less than the maf air temperature?
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I am not sure myself Mr Kent it dont look that bad but one of peugeot tech guys will be along i amsure to let you know.
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Following on from my previous thread https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...le-roll-15064/ I have now got Planet and hooked it up to see what faults were present.

Result..... only 3 faults showing, they are:
  • drivers side door module - wing mirror open circuit
  • passenger side door module - wing mirror open circuit
  • something to do with AUX1 on the radio (think thats because my phone wasn't connected at the time, so it beeped)
And thats the lot...... i.e. nothing showing as being wrong!

I have been into the FAP settings..... got a filter load of 48% clogged, and a diff pressure of 0mbar (on tickover) and when revved to 2500rpm only reached 20mBar ish.

So I'm a bit of a loss now what the vibration/chugging is
first to is just car software problem dont worry about this
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Old 03-10-11, 07:07 PM   #9
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first to is just car software problem dont worry about this
They all work OK anyhow, so not worried.

I think the AUX1 was as a result of not having my phone in my pocket, so bluetooth didn't connect - beeps about 30 secs after switching on ignition if not connected... and is works so not a problem with it
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Old 03-10-11, 07:17 PM   #10
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First two faults I sprayed wd40 round both wing mirrors and behind the glass fault never returned.

Radio fault most 407's I've scanned have this fault.
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