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Old 27-12-18, 05:16 PM   #1
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Default PEUGEOT Expert cutting out

I had a problem with my Peugeot Expert 1.6HDI. It cuts out mysteriously when you get near 3000 Revs. (On fast roads). It was the crank position sensors. Does all the timing to the ECU.
It had a thermal intermittent fault. Only happens at high temperature. car runs perfect again when cooled down. Its misleading and you start looking for all kinds of fuel pump, injectors issues. So change the sensor before you start investigating the fuel system.

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Hi and welcome to the forum....i;ve moved your post from a '207' forum (that was over a year old) and started a new thread in the 'expert' forum.... welcome again..have a read of the forum rules..it will help.....
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