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Old 09-11-14, 03:05 PM   #1
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I would put this thread in the 407 section but need urgent replies.( MOD NOTE:: IVE MOVED IT TO THE 407 SECTION)

I took my Pug to the local garage after various codes were found.
They replaced the EGR valve and MAF sensor, fixing 2 of the 4 errors. However, now there is ESP ASR fault. Some how they have broken this or failed to connect a cable or something... I hope its the latter

I have looked through this forum and other have fixed this by replacing break peddle sensor, fuse box, abs pump, abs sensors in or near the wheels. To many options or things to replace, especially considering this only happened after the replacement of the EGR valve

Whats worse is they don't have an idea what the problem is and continue to blame the problem on it being French Crap.

I did notice also how the boot break light continues to glow even after locking the car.

A full list of my car can be found on this thread. https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...78/index3.html

original error codes https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...-p0100-123233/

update: there is no communication with that part of the ecu code 001 hence why the engine management light is on consent.

really need help before tomorrow if possible
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first thing is to calm down
add your location to your profile so people know where you are, second have a look on the planet owners map and get it read to see which sensor/s are at fault.
My guess is either an abs sensor or brakelight switch is causing the abs/esp fault.
as for the high level brakelight thats a new one for me but again planet might help.
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Thanks for the reply I can't find where the abs sensor would be located so I can find the part number I assume the break switch is under or attached to the break peddle?

If the sensor had gone would this cause it not to communicate with the ecu?
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There is an abs sensor on each wheel so you need to get it on planet or replace all 4 sensors and the switch is on passenger side on rhd models
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Can't find that switch and will need to find a planet person I think pretty soon
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update...

Apparently the Planet is pointing to the ABS pump. (or more to the point can't communicate with it) Still not sure why the top tail light would be on constant and why the traction control would be effected. ESP fault?

Seems a bit of an odd thing for all these things to mess up after an EGR replacement?

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First of all look at the simple things first find more details about the break light switch. If this malfunctioning it can cause issues with ABS etc. Check the link below.

https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...t-fault-17688/

But the PP2000 not communicationg with the ABS/ESP unit it does not mean your car is at wrong, it might be the PP2000 is a clone and cannot read 100% of all cars. Happens with mine sometimes.
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ahh!!!! that link will help no end, now I know what and where to look for..

I will have a look at that in the morning.

The garage states I will need to leave the car with them for 7-10days so they can remove the abs pump and send it to PEUGEOT 407 2.0 HDI ABS (PUMP & ECU/MODULE COMBINED) - Part No: 15710604 / GQ6004C010AFZ
they will remanufacture the pump! Apparently you can't just whip it out and install one off fleabay

Where is the best place to purchase this switch from anyone know?
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lets go back to post #2 where abouts are you ??
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lets go back to post #2 where abouts are you ??
near junction 29 M1 just outside Chesterfield
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