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  1. RShinner
    02-03-19 10:23 PM - permalink
    207 1.4 16v petrol
    96K millage
    Location G83 balloch

    Can you help please.
    1 week had an anti pollution failure warning which cleared.
    2 days ago the car started perfectly, pulling away it stalled, car would then not restart, it cranks over well, when cranking it kicks as if it wants to start but will not fire up.
    I have beep tested the key which is ok,
    The check engine light remains on when ignition switched on.
    OBD11 reader shows fault P0597.
    I checked for spark and found the plugs in poor condition so replaced them, I have a good spark on all 4, I have checked fuel flow which seems ok.
    I have read through posts on this forum regarding this and they all recommend live diagnostic test (PP2000).
    I don't have the budget to get the car transported to and from a main dealer for this test, I was wondering if you can help. Are there any pointers/ things I should try initially and how much would you charge to come over to Balloch to run a live test.

  2. Berridale
    12-01-19 09:12 AM - permalink
    tried everything so far.
    No relays on this model Berlingo 2004 that i could find.
    VDO system.I have a Citroen Berlingo with the 1.4 engine VDO TPS/T body, it dies on bumps .
    Changed the fuel pump , checked connections , changed TPS-new, Throttle body.

    We are on a farm , very steep and it won't go up the track dies and sometimes on bumps, cattle -grid.
    There don't appear to be any relays, all done in the computer , so the manual says.
    The VDO system has a seperate cable wheel Throttle position sensor, unlike the Bosch.

    When it dies it just has little throttle response and you disconnect the battery , or turn it off and re-start and it is ok for a while.
    Checked for faults, just an exhaust sensor.
    Even tried putting the seat belt on.

    Any ideas?
  3. jmcc
    09-06-14 07:39 PM - permalink
    hello reliable, i have bought a 2005 pug 307 1.6 petrol. it has a few service stamps in the book but as it has 87500 on the clock and no mention of it having had the cam belt changed, i was thinking it should get done to be on the safe side, as i have no way of knowing if it was done. are you a mechanic or do you know of one ( a reliable one ) who would do the job for me. this is my first pug and it seems like they have a lot of electrical probs with them. also this pp equipment that you have, apart from me having to replace the battery, but i didn't know about this bsi reset thing, i just changed the battery as in old school, it didn't seem to make any difference, my car seems to be running ok. do you think i ought to get it on pp, and if so would you be able to do it. i live in falkirk. i am new to the forum and pugs and just looking for a little guidance. hope you can give me some good advice. cheers
  4. smiggypitbul
    03-06-14 12:21 PM - permalink
    hi i got your name through the map on the forum,my 307 was put on a delphi diagnostics machine and it threw up a whole load of fault codes and ive been advised to get it on a peugeot planet? was wondering if you could help? thanks in advance
  5. ilton38
    11-05-14 12:50 PM - permalink
    I have a 5008 1.6hdi 2010, a airbag/seatbelt pretensioner warning light has been on dash for a while now, i have tried to read code using cheap code reader from ebay but it shows nothing, is their anything else i can try before booking it in as MOT is due soon i believe this will cause it to fail.

    Thanks Paul
  6. chalkhills
    28-04-14 06:37 PM - permalink
    I'm looking for someone nearby (I'm in the Campsies) who could help (paid help) me re-enable my central locking 'plipper'.

    All was working well until I disconnected the battery this morning. Now the car starts fine but the remote key fob no longer works. I've tried all the pairing procedures offered on the web to no avail.

    I understand that you have peugeotplanet and may be able to help.

    If you could I'd be really grateful if you could get in touch. either by email


  7. davie78
    26-04-14 09:46 PM - permalink
    hi reliable.
    I have a 2002(52) 307 2.0hdi 110,having probs with minimum level fault codes, (tank is over 3quarters full) anti pollution fault and car has been in limp mode for some time,hoping I could maybe get the car to you if you could help.
    thanks, Davie
  8. shuggie1977
    21-04-14 03:26 PM - permalink
    Hi reliable
    I have bought a cruise control stalk for my wife's 307 and was wondering if you would be able to activate it with Peugeot planet. It's a 2005, 2.0 hdi and has the right type of steering column (I've done a trial fit and it plugs straight in). Would you be willing to help? If so what are your rates?
    Thanks, Shuggie.
  9. dez68
    18-04-14 06:39 PM - permalink
    hi reliable,
    have a problem with 206 I just bought 10 days ago and was wondering if you could help
  10. alistair4287
    13-04-14 07:48 PM - permalink
    Hi Reliable, I have just fitted a towbar with dedicated electrics to my 59 plate 407 and it says that it needs coding, would you be able to run this on your system? Many thanks

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