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Old 05-01-12, 08:32 PM   #1
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Hi guys, i've been looking as best as i could to find these parts without posting for help, alas i must come and ask the allknowing hivemind of the forums to help me find these parts, part number on peugeot service box will do just fine:

fuel cap sensor (couldnt find it for the life of me on SB)
atmospheric pressure sensor
turbocharging pressure sensor
eolys additive pump?
cooling circuit electrovalve??

as a reward, i can offer 10 free internets coupons, but this time ill post them after the answer :d
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Hi guys, i've been looking as best as i could to find these parts without posting for help, alas i must come and ask the allknowing hivemind of the forums to help me find these parts, part number on peugeot service box will do just fine:

fuel cap sensor (couldnt find it for the life of me on SB)
atmospheric pressure sensor
turbocharging pressure sensor
eolys additive pump?
cooling circuit electrovalve??

as a reward, i can offer 10 free internets coupons, but this time ill post them after the answer :d
What engine ?
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Battlestar, part number of this fuel cap sensor is; P0000150770 Harness 24.37 inc. vat.; can send pic of it if necessary and how i fitted my one. Brad




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Hi guys, i've been looking as best as i could to find these parts without posting for help, alas i must come and ask the allknowing hivemind of the forums to help me find these parts, part number on peugeot service box will do just fine:

fuel cap sensor (couldnt find it for the life of me on SB)
atmospheric pressure sensor
turbocharging pressure sensor
eolys additive pump?
cooling circuit electrovalve??

as a reward, i can offer 10 free internets coupons, but this time ill post them after the answer :d
I'll guarantee all these parts have not failed altogether on your car!
you're wasting your money!
If you want them i can give you options. What is last eight numbers of chassis?
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DV10BTED. 21094259

Thanks sterion, nige, david, luckily i can scratch fuel cap sensor off of the list, i tested it with multimeter and its fine, 150kohms when cap on, and very low with cap off. Thats normal, right?

I am asking because of those errors i get, mentioned it in other thread:

P2408
P1434
P0461

P0069
P1598

I am almost sure that first 3 are connected. whereas, i have no idea in regards to last 2. First 3 are thrown by engine ECU, could it be knackered?
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Dont think its knackered but I would say more due to an unspecified fault. As David says not all those items are going to have to be replaced. Lets see what he can uncover.



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Wouldn't surprise me if its due to the cooling related fault/eolys pump but we'll see.



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Fingers crossed. Meanwhile, i've narrowed down on what might be the cooling circuit electrovalve as mentioned in fault P1598, so its either:

1323 33 - Solenoid (durite hose cooling)
1338 E1 - Water solenoid (outlet tank switch probe)

I dont plan on replacing all these parts straight away, im actually trying to locate them to inspect them more closely for any obvious fault, etc.
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Found one air sensor: 1920 CZ ,just next to air temp sensor on the air pipe thingy leading to engine. is that atmospheric pressure or turbocharging pressure sensor?
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Found one air sensor: 1920 CZ ,just next to air temp sensor on the air pipe thingy leading to engine. is that atmospheric pressure or turbocharging pressure sensor?
You can clean that one with electrical spray is it covered in black carbon build up .
Air intake temp sensor .
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