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Old 10-08-11, 06:08 PM   #1
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Default 407 Fault Codes: C1325 & C1384

Friends,
Please Advice!

I have 407 1.6HDI and since 2 month ago I'm getting "ABS & ESP faulty" message on my RT3 screen and engine icon lights on my dashboard.

I diagnosed the fault at local Workshop who said the error code is C1325 & C1384.

Does any of you have at least an idea what might be the problem and what should I check or change?

and also heater started to blow cold air out of driver side only passengers side roasting. Possible cause please?


Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-08-11, 06:18 PM   #2
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For the heating problem your heater box needs repair flap has bust, if you aren't willing to have ago yourself expect to spend 's

Aren't to sure on the c codes, but most likely the abs/esp fault it's either faulty abs sensor/s or brake pedal switch.


all common 407 faults.

Need more info for engine management light!!

Someone will probably be along soon with what the codes are!!

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Friends,
Please Advice!

I have 407 1.6HDI and since 2 month ago I'm getting "ABS & ESP faulty" message on my RT3 screen and engine icon lights on my dashboard.

I diagnosed the fault at local Workshop who said the error code is C1325 & C1384.

Does any of you have at least an idea what might be the problem and what should I check or change?

and also heater started to blow cold air out of driver side only passengers side roasting. Possible cause please?


Thanks in advance!
c1325 left rear abs sensor
C1384 brake switch
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Old 10-08-11, 08:46 PM   #4
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Change the sensor and the brake light switch.
yes the flap is broken in your heaterbox. Its a dash out job unfortunately.
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Thanks a lot guys.....

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rear is recommended change both because tank must be go down
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rear is recommended change both because tank must be go down
I thought if you were lucky you didn't need to take the tank down as the wires run up above, and hence just pull them through.... would be a lot easier and quicker too
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yes the flap is broken in your heaterbox. Its a dash out job unfortunately.
Just how much dash needs to come out? or just the centre console area?
Thought I read somewhere how someone had done it without removing the dash, and just removed the vents etc.
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or just the centre console area?
Thought I read somewhere how someone had done it without removing the dash, and just removed the vents etc.
I vaguely remember reading similar post few days ago too. I think the way it was done was by removing the top louver or something like that. Best try a google search on the forum
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Just how much dash needs to come out? or just the centre console area?
Thought I read somewhere how someone had done it without removing the dash, and just removed the vents etc.
Not a hope. The whole dash has to come out and then the top of the heater box has to be stripped. There is a repair kit now to fix the flaps. You'll not have to fit a new one.
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