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Old 26-05-11, 01:54 PM   #1
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Hi,

im trying to do a regen, im using peugeot planet for the first time, i have a 307 hdi 1.6. I have v22 of pp...

when i open peugeot planet, i press peugeot planet diag and a window comes up saying 'impossible to launch the application. try again or try another application.....

im worried!!

then when i tried peugeot planet 2000.....it asked me to put in all these details such as, name of dealership, RRDI ,country, address, post code

im not connected to the internet at all...


PLEASE HELP!

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Old 26-05-11, 03:31 PM   #2
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you dont need to be on the internet, as for the details put in any info here make it up dont worry about that,

i had the same error impossible to launch the application reset your computer and plug in the USB and wait few mintues before you start planet that should sort that aso what i found if you have lots of USB's on the side of the computer try and use the same one all the time as on mine if i use another USB it fails to start maybe its just my laptop but i always use the same one,

as for the regen wait for martin as he would be the best man for this.
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Old 26-05-11, 04:25 PM   #3
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I thought you took filter out

Do not regen with pp
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what do you mean dont regen with pp??
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what do you mean dont regen with pp??
You need a 'reset' of the counters and then clear the fault codes (if any) NOT a regen, you don't regen a new FAP.
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its too late, clicked on 'new dfp fliter' and did it on pp2000 earlier this afternoon.....what will happen now?

what do you mean by 'counters'......i will look into resetting...
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A regen done with pp will put your car sitting on your drive to 4000rpm and hold it there for 10-15 minutes , if your car is not in tip top condition its not good for it , also if there is any oil in the intercooler and it heats up, your car could rev its balls off and you couldn`t stop it even with ignition off .

Do you still want to try ?

Couldn`t find a pug video but if you go ahead then you can make one for us.

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its too late, clicked on 'new dfp fliter' and did it on pp2000 earlier this afternoon.....what will happen now?

what do you mean by 'counters'......i will look into resetting...
You`re ok "new dpf filter" is not regen , its resetting , thats good , now just tell the car to reset counters.
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I would clear the ecu fault codes but i cant get the car to start, its really getting to me.....
im charging the battery at the moment to make sure its not that.

what happend was, when i picked it up from halfords, it was just about running, i.e. the engine would start but if you stopped revving it and left it to idle it would just turn itself of......

but now it wont even start, so im hoping hoping its the battery, but it wouldnt even start when we jump cabled it (i now know that could have ****ed my BSI as well....), so its probably something else...

could it be fuses? or related to the fact that they just changed the fuel pump? im soooo confused and fed up!
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