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Old 15-06-13, 07:48 PM   #1
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Default Van immobilised Please help me expert 2006

Van running fine, then came out of the shop, wasnt sure if van was locked or not (key fob buttons worn out) so pressed a button was the lock one, then pressed open quickly, got in and she will turn over but not fire.
Got a constant yellow symbol on dash its yellow with a pump looking thing .
Please help it on double yellows and im out of town.
Thanks in advance
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Old 15-06-13, 09:03 PM   #2
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Get a proper peugeot diagnostic check done. Theres no quick fix.
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Old 16-06-13, 06:56 AM   #3
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French piece of CR%P!
Wish I kept my transit now
LOL
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Old 16-06-13, 09:15 AM   #4
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French piece of CR%P!
Wish I kept my transit now
LOL
That may have been said 'tongue in cheek' but most of the mebers on here actually like Peugeot's and could possibly be unimpressed with your assesment. I've seen a fair number of transits on the hard shoulders of many motorways but can't actually recall seeing a Peugeot van on the hard shoulder. Yeah - I know that there are probably more ford vans on the roads than there are Peugeot's AND I haven't seen every single vehicle that has ever broken down which makes my observations less than scientific but I'd feel more comfortable riding in a pug than a ford.
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Old 16-06-13, 09:27 AM   #5
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Was very tongue in cheek lol.
Had a good few pugs, citroens & fiats & not had any problems till this one.
Driver door somehow drop ruining wing & door.
Gear linkage went costing me 160!!
Now it wont start.
Only had it a couple of weeks.
I got a transit just for a changed but ditched it after 2 months as it actually cost me more in repairs than it was worth.
So yes tongue in cheek & slight frustration as its my living.
Apologies if offence caused to anyone it wasnt intended.
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Old 16-06-13, 09:37 AM   #6
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Disconnect the battery for 5 mins then reconnect this sometimes cures faults on these
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Old 16-06-13, 11:14 AM   #7
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Disconnect the battery for 5 mins then reconnect this sometimes cures faults on these
Doing that as we speak
Hopefully it cures the problem
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Old 16-06-13, 12:14 PM   #8
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left it disconnected for an hour and still wont start.
Gonna get codes read tomorrow, looks like I get the day off work tomorrow & a night down the pub tonight, every cloud & all that
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