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Hi, I'm in need of some advice please. I recently bought a 2002 206 cc 1.6 got it through the mot and drove it a few times . I started to experience a flat battery ( didn't realise there was a set procedure to remove and refit said battery) . I had removed the battery and charged it a few times and the car always started but I started to leave the car with the battery disconnected as I was unsure if the battery was knackered or something was draining it over a few days. Anyhow now have the 'eco mode active' message and the car will not start/fire, I borrowed an odbII reader but it will not connect so I'm guessing the BSI has died, but I just guessing. If it has died I'm guessing 2 options, have it repaired or use a donor , I know reading other threads I require the eco too, but can I use any ecu/bsi from any peugeot? Or do I just need to match the code?
Sorry it's long winded, trying to give as much info as I can.
Thanks in advance.
 

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You have things wrong way round your car is in eco mode BECAUSE it wont start !!

once it starts eco mode switches off

You have probably lost the keycodes do the well posted key test read any thread on non starting and you will find it then tell us the results of that dont change ANYTHING yet

Have you fixed a worn key case ?
 

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I only replaced the case and reset the fob to activate the remote locking, the car had been started afterwards with no problems until the battery went flat again.
 

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If you had searched as suggested by reliable 406 you would have found that the battery being disconnected can cause the BSI to lose the key information and would need to have the keys reprogrammed.

Key in ignition and try to start
Ignition off but leave key in ignition switch
Open drivers door
Car beeps means key is programmed - No beeps means key info is lost and needs programming

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I have done the key in ignition test and no bleep, so I'm guessing the BSI has become corrupt . I will contact the forum members for assistance but failing that I'm guessing main dealer ( which I don't want to do ) , send his away for reprogramming or replace with a second hand unit.
 

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You JUST need the key recoded the BSI is not corrupt it just lost the keycodes simple process no posting of units or main dealer pulling trousers down required !!

Info is all available on the forums of how its done and whats required.
 
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