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Old 14-07-14, 03:40 AM   #1
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Default Peugeot 206 ECU Failure ?

Would appreciate any advice ~

I have a Ref 2003 Peugeot 206 1.4 petrol engine with a Sagem (9646988680 / s2000A) ECU

The car starts first time and runs ok - except for a slight intermittent misfire and high emissions in the form of wisp of black smoke when it starts - this reducing but not completely going when driving. The car drives well at speed, has power, does not stall and the slight misfire is hardly noticeable when driving

I can probably resolve the emissions and misfire with new air filter, Co2 / MAP Sensor and Coil pack ~ but there is a fault with the ECU that I would appreciate some advice with

When ignition is turned on on the dashboard ECU light comes on ( which it should ) ~ The ECU light goes off when the engine starts - and stays off, even when the Co2 & Map sensors are disconnected - which is a fault which should show an ECU light on the dash board ?

So the ECU is not showing these faults ~ as ECU dash light stays off when engine is running and shows no faults indicated when connected to a diagnostic tool?

Has the ECU failed ? Many thanks - Ron
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You've made 4 posts and they are all copies of the same question. I appreciate you have an issue you would like to resolve but multiple cross posting on the forum without having the common courtesy of posting a simple introduction is not a great start.
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And on top of that this is the completely wrong section. Maybe you should familiarise yourself with the forum rules. Tread closed.

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