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Old 20-09-17, 11:44 AM   #1
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Couple of queries:
1. Where is the fuse panel? My lighter socket is dead and I suspect the fuse. The owners manual I downloaded suggests it should be near my right knee - but there's nothing in there!!
2. Last service by Peugeot replenished the DPF (it was displaying 'Minimal Level'). Peugeot said they couldn't reset the system because there was a fault 'somewhere'.
They said it would be costly to pursue it so I told them to leave it. Any ideas on what it may be? If the sensor is a likely culprit, where can I find it?
Would greatly appreciate any thoughts/suggestions.
Many thanks.
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Old 20-09-17, 07:30 PM   #2
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According to SEDRE the lighter socket uses fuses 7, 12 located in the BSI and BSI is on the RHS under the dash fixed to the side panel bodywork [front of door post].
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Old 20-09-17, 11:25 PM   #3
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You need codes read to find out 100% what is wrong with dpf system most common issue is fuel cap sensor

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Old 21-09-17, 07:48 AM   #4
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807 fusebox is the BSI unit it is on the drivers side A pillar above the battery box and impossible to see into !

As above you cannot just leave the DPF fault it NEEDS to be fixed if you do have a blown fuse it might feed the DPF control box too meaning its not working because its got no power but cap sensor fault as above is very common
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Old 21-09-17, 01:02 PM   #5
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Many thanks to you all for responses. I'll have another look for the fusebox (who the hell designs a fusebox you can't get at???).
I take your point re the fuse/DPF control.
Where do I find the filler cap sensor?
Grateful to all for your advice.
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