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Old 03-03-15, 03:23 PM   #1
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Hi all I'm new the forum so thought I'd say hi also a new peugeot owner picked up my 63 plate tepee yesterday. Just a quick question does any one know what the function of diagnostic , consult and abandon does on the on board computer. I have spoken to a few peugeot dealers and they not got any idea if any one could help I would be very grateful I have looked in the manual but there is no information thanks Dan
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Old 03-03-15, 05:19 PM   #2
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Welcome from another Tepee owner.
I've often wondered about the menu too. You can change the time, or change from Metric to Imperial units on mine, but that's about it. Not much help I know!
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Old 03-03-15, 05:34 PM   #3
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Hi Dave thanks for your reply and your welcome it's a weird set up I've fiddled with the basics as you do new toy syndrome lol the dealers have no idea just it should be ok if I press it, to which I replied and what if it's not was met with i dunno so will pay them a visit got a pull on the steering to the left which needs sorting I take it that's not normal
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Mine's a bit "camber sensitive" if there is more camber than normal, which is quite often on the roads down here. Not so much a "pull" as a sort of slight tendency to go that way. if that explains what I mean. Tyre wear is normal on mine and it handles fine. If it's actually pulling it wants looking at I'd say.
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Old 03-03-15, 06:56 PM   #5
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Thanks Dave will check the tire pressures first off,its been pulling on the motorway so a nearly perfect surface feels like I'm always pulling to the right to keep it in a straight line and if I do just release the wheel it's straight over to the left of the lane
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Old 03-03-15, 07:09 PM   #6
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Yeah, obviously check the pressures. On mine the right pressures are on a sticker on the lock side of the frame of the driver's door. Otherwise I'd get it looked at.
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Old 03-03-15, 07:42 PM   #7
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Thanks Dave for your help had a look at the plate it's says 2.3 bar so 35 psi that sound about right to you
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Old 03-03-15, 08:02 PM   #8
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I'm terrible, I check them and then immediately forget what they should be because I know it's on there!
Sounds about right though. 2.3 is just under 33.5 psi (14.5 psi to the bar roughly)
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That's great Dave thanks for all your help much appreciated
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