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Old 25-01-14, 10:21 AM   #1
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Default Clunking gear box,

Now for my second thread of the day, as I have said I am not that mechanically minded in previous posts, when my 407sw diesel auto is reasonably warmed up, up a slight incline or a bit extra throttle I get a high revving before finally it will clunk into gear, dealer took a look and did diagnostics, told me it was either hydraulic block or gearbox, now at quoted best part of over 4k for a gearbox from Peugeot you can see i'm rather reluctant to even consider buying one from them, I have seen on other forums that the hydraulic block is a bit of a weekness on these models, and as it will be the cheaper first option I am hoping it is that, has anyone with the same autobox had these problems on this forum, and if so any ideas how much a hydraulic block will cost and where to buy, 2007 90.000mls

Thanks very much for any replies,
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Old 25-01-14, 11:32 AM   #2
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i'd try a GEARBOX specialist in the first instance (rather than peugeot ,who would probably prefer a new box)the independant is more likely to know how to fix it cheaply and quickly too,yellow pages for local firm??
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Thanks for the reply neil, appreciate it, am in surrey too so will get the yellow pages out, cheers again
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Old 27-01-14, 05:21 PM   #4
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in which case i would try hardy engineering in leatherhead:
http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct...59930103,d.d2k
i wouldn't trust many others....
i have a friends experience to convince me ,he got them to fit a bearing only instead of replacing the whole 'box in a rover 216 bubble shape,much cheaper!
neil
ps it helps to put your approx location in the member info area at the side of the page so specific replies can be given....a common missing item...

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