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Old 13-08-09, 05:10 PM   #1
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hi everyone,i know i dont post anything but can you help me please.
ive the chance to buy a 53 807 very cheaply but it has an anti pollution/electrical problem,anyone know if this will be mega expensive,any assistance on this matter would be greatly appreciated and ill owe you one
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Old 13-08-09, 05:49 PM   #2
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i forgot to mention its the 2.0 HDI LX model
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Old 13-08-09, 06:32 PM   #3
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pedro you really need to get some codes off it first to give you an idea what the problem is.
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thanks for the reply betty,appreciate it,as im a complete balloon,what codes do you mean please mate
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Anti pollution is very generic it could mean theres a problem anywhere and it could cost from 0-1000`s to fix , ideally you should have someone with the right codereader plug into the car and read the fault codes (and keep a copy of them , VERY IMPORTANT) it has stored in its memory, then from this you can work out were the fault is and how much too fix,
if you buy without doing this you should be saying to yourself did the last owner get the codes and realise it was too expensive too fix , ie this is where you come in.
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Old 13-08-09, 08:54 PM   #6
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right thank you very much,i think ill leave this,its sounding expensive allready.thank you very much,i will keep you updated as i know your eager and have baited breath over this
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Will be interesting to see if you walked away from cracker or a bag of sh*t, with so many cheap cars about at the minute it`s a buyers market, always do like a joiner , measure twice and cut once.
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Old 13-08-09, 09:26 PM   #8
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ok then,now im a bit more intrigued,who would have one of these code readers,AA,RAC? or anyone,ill ring up tomorrow and see what the bobby moore is,i hate to have a bargain slip through my fingers,im a tight git lol
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As long as they can read peugeot codes (EOBD reader , Peugeot Planet) .
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Hi just wondering if anyone can help, i have a 54 reg 807 2.2hdi with an anti pollution fault. i took it to my local garage and they put it on diagnostics and it came up with a code P1425 which read add additive, the local garage did not know what to do with this and told me to contact the dealer. On doing this they said i need an additive put threw the particulate filter at 35 a litre and i need 5 litres plus 2 hours of labour this being quite expensive. on shopping around when i got back home i can buy a new particulate filter for 170 with the postage, does anyone know if buying a new one will cure the problem or does it still need any work by the dealer. Many thanks Simon.

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