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Old 23-04-12, 10:58 AM   #1
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I have a 2008 boxer 3.0 hdi van
How can I disable the speed limiter and how do you operate the speed control on the dash. I did not get a manual with the van so am struggling to get answers.
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Old 23-04-12, 11:02 AM   #2
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manual here: INFOTEC - Peugeot Servicebox
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Old 23-04-12, 02:06 PM   #3
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phew! I bet it shifts a bit witha 3.0 in it?
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Without connecting the van's ECU to a dealers computer/software I'd be amazed if you could get around the speed limiter. I've been looking for ages to be able to do that on a Ford Transit, looks like only the dealers machine can do it.
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You can turn this off i think with pp2000 for peugeots .
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I would have thought so Martin. There is a facility in diagbox to do it, cant see why a boxer should be different to other models. Unless of course commercials have different regulations.



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Nah, doubt vans do... lorries etc maybe, but wouldn't have thought vans would need to be restricted
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Nah, doubt vans do... lorries etc maybe, but wouldn't have thought vans would need to be restricted
all our 3.5 ton sprinters are restricted to 70mph.........bit pointless really, i can do 70mph on a unrestricted single carriageway which is 60mph but cant keep up on motorways
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But are they restricted by Mercedes, or by your employer?
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But are they restricted by Mercedes, or by your employer?
oh right........by my employer
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