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Old 27-02-18, 03:07 PM   #1
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Hi all, I used to get this error now and then but I get it every time on start up now. Fuel tank not closed properly and triple beep with red warning. Is it likely to be solenoid that is faulty? Part number 9651690280 I think. They seem to be about 30 on eBay second hand. Does anyone know how much they are new? Anyone changed one? Cheers
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are the magnets present in the fuel cap??
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Thanks for your reply trem. I don't know to be honest. I just thought the warning came from the flap and the catch. Is there any way of checking the cap for magnets? Are they visible? Thanks for you're input.
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Yea the magnets are visible in the cap,if you use facebook consider joining us at Peugeot 407 UK

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Ok thanks I will have a look when it stops snowing!! No I'm not on Facebook. ?
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Yes I'm afraid both magnets are intact, that's a bugger.
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The magnets seem fine and the log says "flap" so is it more likely to be the flap catch mechanism and not the cap? Thanks again.
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on both my saloons and this sw, the fuel flap is only locked when the car is locked so abit puzzled. time for a pp2k scan
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on both my saloons and this sw, the fuel flap is only locked when the car is locked so abit puzzled. time for a pp2k scan
Hi again thanks for you're reply. Not sure if it different on a coupe but I have a little button I press when I want to fill up and the flap pops open! Do you think a scan would give me a clearer answer? I need to find some kind sir near me to give it a scan (beer tokens provided) thanks again.
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on saloon/sw there is a pin fires out when car locks.you can test this by having flap open and then lock the car,you will see the pin appear if it's working.
Whats your location??
maybe someone close to you that you could try there fuel cap
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