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Old 18-08-07, 09:51 AM   #1
 
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Default Boxer 2007 water in engine

I have a 4 week old motorhome on a Boxer chassis. Currently the injectors are sitting in a pool of water and are rusting away as we speak I have contacted Peugeot to no avail they say never heard of problem. Meantime my van has a rusting engine. The water seems to get in fromthe windscreen scuttle which is not sealed properly. Has anyone else come across this and if they have, has it been fixed and how?
Any advice on potential problems this might cause with the engine ie cutting out etc greatfully received.
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https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...read.php?t=879

Advice was given and is still valid. If its under warranty its a no brainer,get it back to peugeot.
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Sorry Moose had totally forgotten you had replied earlier apologies I did mean to say van has been to Peugeot and they are saying damage is purely cosmetic and will only give it a spit and a polish Obviously I am not happy as it shouldn't be there and is only present due to manufacturing fault. I would like replacement of damaged items. Some are rusty beyond belief and I would not expect this in a now 6 week old engine. My 2 year old Fiat was in better nick before I traded it in
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It may only be cosmetic to them,the fact remains that the water shouldnt be there in the first place. Its a bad day when a fiat is better built. There must be a plug or a seal missing at the bulkhead.
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It may only be cosmetic to them,the fact remains that the water shouldnt be there in the first place. Its a bad day when a fiat is better built. There must be a plug or a seal missing at the bulkhead.
Apparently it is something to do with the windscreen scuttle. We have taken the step of rejecting the van. The Fiat X250 has exactly the same problem as this. Just wish they would just replace the affected parts and be done with it.
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Apparently it is something to do with the windscreen scuttle. We have taken the step of rejecting the van. The Fiat X250 has exactly the same problem as this. Just wish they would just replace the affected parts and be done with it.

Good luck with trying to get peugeot to accept this as there fault,please let us know how you get on.
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I also have a new Boxer 2007 water pours in when it rains,dealer says never heard of any problems so will do nothing about it.
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To counter the never heard of it syndrome see

http://www.motorhomefacts.com/module...wtopic&t=31287
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