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Old 06-11-16, 11:15 AM   #1
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Hi All,

Where do you guys and girls get your workshop manual from?

I am looking for one for my Boxer 2012 3.0 HDi

I need to replace the wing mirrors with long arm ones, easy enough to get to the mirror screws but the connector is buried deep behind the door card, I presume.

The interior is pristine and I donít want to go digging at the plastic without knowing where the fastenings are and in which order to tackle it.

Quite happy to buy a manual, but donít know where to start looking. Haynes donít do vans unfortunately.
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You want the Peugeot Service Box Documentation (parts and repair procedures) and SEDRE (wiring diagrams and location drawings). Easiest way to get it is here. You will actually get the Peugeot databases for all cars and vans, irrespective of which model you click.
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Hi, thanks for that, I tried to download it but it's 12Gb, will try again tomorrow from work..
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Old 29-01-17, 10:34 AM   #4
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Regarding these e-manuals I am looking for one for a 2012 Expert 20 HDI, how comprehensive are they?

I am not looking for full engine / gearbox strip down but a useful manual with wiring info and fault codes would be ideal.

Have you experienced the dreaded Peugeot plastic dipstick tip snapping off?

Thanks for any feedback.

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Old 29-01-17, 11:47 AM   #5
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They are totally comprehensive as regards parts, and pretty good with illustrated repair procedures. The wiring diagrams are computer-based and also give component location.

They do not cover fault codes afaik. For that, Peugeot expect the use of Planet or Diagbox.
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Old 29-01-17, 12:02 PM   #6
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Thanks Ian, I will buy one of those.
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You want the Peugeot Service Box Documentation (parts and repair procedures) and SEDRE (wiring diagrams and location drawings). Easiest way to get it is here. You will actually get the Peugeot databases for all cars and vans, irrespective of which model you click.
They're not comprehensive at all. For instance, the speed sensor in the gearbox is not covered. They're very basic.
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They're not comprehensive at all. For instance, the speed sensor in the gearbox is not covered. They're very basic.
I think it is, but it is referred to as tachometer. What we normally call a tachometer (rev counter) is driven by an engine sensor (as you'd expect), but literally, a tachometer is a speed measurement device.
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I think it is, but it is referred to as tachometer. What we normally call a tachometer (rev counter) is driven by an engine sensor (as you'd expect), but literally, a tachometer is a speed measurement device.
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I think it is, but it is referred to as tachometer. What we normally call a tachometer (rev counter) is driven by an engine sensor (as you'd expect), but literally, a tachometer is a speed measurement device.
There is a tachometer mentioned in gearbox section, they call it a screw not a sensor, and there is a drawing of one, but not where to locate it. IN terms of finding anything (you'd never know to search on "screw") and locating it (no description of it's location) the software is next to useless.
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Hi, thanks for that, I tried to download it but it's 12Gb, will try again tomorrow from work..
You can juts sign up for an online account, no need to download it
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