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Old 21-07-15, 07:23 AM   #1
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Default ecu replaced when it should not of been

Hello

I have a Peugeot Boxer 2007

Had a fault 6 months ago, main dealer said it was ECU, I said I thought it was a wiring fault.

ECU replaced and loom re-routed at 1300

2 weeks ago, exactly the same fault, as previous

But now they have found and fixed 3 broken wires and a relay, so far so good it seems fine.

I am going to get the ECU sent off and checked out.

MY QUESTION IS:

If it comes back as OK, what the thoughts on going back to Peugeot for a refund etc for the ecu that did not need replacing

Any thoughts?

Thanks Lots
Marcus
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Hello

I have a Peugeot Boxer 2007

Had a fault 6 months ago, main dealer said it was ECU, I said I thought it was a wiring fault.

ECU replaced and loom re-routed at 1300

2 weeks ago, exactly the same fault, as previous

But now they have found and fixed 3 broken wires and a relay, so far so good it seems fine.

I am going to get the ECU sent off and checked out.

MY QUESTION IS:

If it comes back as OK, what the thoughts on going back to Peugeot for a refund etc for the ecu that did not need replacing

Any thoughts?

Thanks Lots
Marcus
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To be fair you quoted the same thing twice this uses up bandwith much better to reply rather than quote everything
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Default sorry chaps

Its my first post (posts)

was not sure where to post it, so I thought general and van as it could be both

I can delete one if required
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Hello

I have a Peugeot Boxer 2007

Had a fault 6 months ago, main dealer said it was ECU, I said I thought it was a wiring fault.

ECU replaced and loom re-routed at 1300

2 weeks ago, exactly the same fault, as previous

But now they have found and fixed 3 broken wires and a relay, so far so good it seems fine.

I am going to get the ECU sent off and checked out.

MY QUESTION IS:

If it comes back as OK, what the thoughts on going back to Peugeot for a refund etc for the ecu that did not need replacing

Any thoughts?

Thanks Lots
Marcus
I would say that if the removed ECU comes back as no fault found your dealer owes you a refund after all they are meant to be the experts on your vehicle
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would say that if the removed ECU comes back as no fault found your dealer owes you a refund after all they are meant to be the experts on your vehicle"

And good luck with that one
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Old 24-07-15, 06:14 PM   #7
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Thanks buddy

I've sent Ecu off to ECU testing company

They seem pretty good, had an email to say they have received Ecu and it will be inspected next week

They will issue a document to say if it's ok or not

Then it will be be a awarked call to Peugeot if it's ok

The chap at Ecu testing said they have had this situation before

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