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Hi I've recently bought a 2005 (55 plate uk) 307 feline 180, 2.0 litre petrol, it's done 33,000 miles and there was no mention of a new cambelt being fitted from the dealer and nothing in the log book. My workmate reckons it might need doing, does anyone have an idea about this, service intervals etc and what I can expect to pay for the job.
 
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There is a link somewhere on here with all the intervals, but I can't find it right now.
 

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this is the info I have found



All 4 cylinder petrol engines: 80 000 km or 4 years.

Diesel engines engines XUD (not HDI): 80 000 km or 4 years.

All HDi engines without particle filter: 120 000 km or 6 years

All HDi engines with particle filter: 180 000 km or 9 years

V6 ES9J4 and ES9J4S: 120 000 km or 6 years.

V6 ES9JA: 180 000 km or 9 years.
 
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this is the info I have found



All 4 cylinder petrol engines: 80 000 km or 4 years.

Diesel engines engines XUD (not HDI): 80 000 km or 4 years.

All HDi engines without particle filter: 120 000 km or 6 years

All HDi engines with particle filter: 180 000 km or 9 years

V6 ES9J4 and ES9J4S: 120 000 km or 6 years.

V6 ES9JA: 180 000 km or 9 years.
Is that just specific to the 307?

Because the interval for the 2.0HDI with DPF (136bhp) on the 407 is definitely 160k miles or 10 years.... confirmed by Peugeot when I asked after buying mine.
 

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Is that just specific to the 307?

Because the interval for the 2.0HDI with DPF (136bhp) on the 407 is definitely 160k miles or 10 years.... confirmed by Peugeot when I asked after buying mine.
No it is not specific it is just a list I found when from a company selling cambelts. I accept they have an ulterior motive as I would expect a belt to last 5yrs min. Personally I get them changed whenever I buy a new car to be sure. Then again I never buy new cars, just new to me
 

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Got me thinking so I have done a bit of checking.

Model Engine Recommended Change
Peugeot 205 All 80,000 km or 4 years
Peugeot 206 All 80,000 km or 4 years
Peugeot 207 Petrol (excl. EP6, EP6DT/S) 120,000km or 6 years
Diesel HDI FAP 180,000km or 9 years
Peugeot 306 Petrol 80,000 km or 4 years
Diesel XUD 80,000 km or 4 years
Diesel HDI 120,000 km or 6 years
Peugeot 307 Petrol 80,000 km or 4 years
Diesel HDI 120,000 km or 6 years
Diesel HDI FAP 180,000 km or 9 years
Peugeot 308 Diesel HDI FAP 180,000 or 9 years
Peugeot 405 Petrol 80,000 km or 4 years
Diesel 80,000 km or 4 years
Peugeot 406 Petrol (Except 3.0l) 80,000 km or 4 years
3.0l Petrol 120,000 km or 6 years
Diesel XUD 80,000 km or 4 years
Diesel HDI 120,000 km or 6 years
Peugeot 407 2.2l Petrol 80,000 km or 4 years
3.0l Petrol 180,000 km or 9 years
Diesel HDI FAP 180,000 km or 9 years
Peugeot 607 3.0l Petrol (Z8) 120,000 km or 6 years
3.0l Petrol (Z9) 180,000 km or 9 years
Partner Petrol 120,000 km or 6 Years
Diesel HDI 180,000 km or 9 years
Expert Diesel HDI 120,000 km or 6 years
Diesel HDI FAP 180,000 km or 9 years


Source : http://www.peugeot.com.au/media/deliacms/media/2/299-d0f042.pdf
 
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