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Hello,
Just wondering if someone can help as i seem to be going round in circles with mechanics.
I keep getting random bolts of extreme loss of power.
In idle my car starts shaking every so often like its miss firing.
I have had a Anti Pollution Fault erro show up a few times.
There are the error codes on the system that mean nothing to me:
p1435
1519
1448
1447
These codes have been reset 3 times now by different machanics
Whats going on and what do I need to do to fix it?
 

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Hello,
Just wondering if someone can help as i seem to be going round in circles with mechanics.
I keep getting random bolts of extreme loss of power.
In idle my car starts shaking every so often like its miss firing.
I have had a Anti Pollution Fault erro show up a few times.
There are the error codes on the system that mean nothing to me:
p1435
1519
1448
1447
These codes have been reset 3 times now by different machanics
Whats going on and what do I need to do to fix it?
take dpf off and jet wash it also check the yellow connector about 1/2 a foot from the diesel pressure sensor on the common rail
 

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P1435 can be any of these:

EDC15C2 - Additive adding system. Faults additive accuracy.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Fuel gauge fault.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Low additive level sensor fault.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Fuel filler cap present sensor fault.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Faults additive pump.
EDC16C3 - Additive system. Value received by the CAN network incorrect.


A Planet diagnostic would have been accurate and told you which one.

A Google of P1519 says:

P1519 Intake manifold runner control (Stuck closed)

But a deeper search says:

P1519 Engine coolant blower motor - supply circuit/earth circuit malfunction Wiring, engine coolant blower motor, ECM

Again, Planet would have told you the exact issue.

P1447 ELC system closure valve Flow fault
EDC15C2 - PEF filter pierced or differential pressure incorrect. / PEF: Particle emission filter. Clogged particle filter.

P1448 ELC system 2 fault
EDC15C2 PEF: Particulate emission filter overloaded.


So in conclusion your DPF is blocked, probably because of the P1435 fault.

I'd guess its the cap sensor, that's a very common issue on here, closely followed by low fluid. If the second P1519 code is the be believed then the fan isn't working, so probably isn't regenerating.

What year is your car and what mileage? And any history of particulate filter servicing?
 

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It is a 2004 and milage is 71k, i've only had it less then a year so i'm just trying to iron out al the issues with it.
It has been service regularly untill 60k miles
 

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In that case its about right for a replacement on the DPF system, but you should get more life out of it if you clean it.

Get a diagnostic check done on all the components instrumental to a regen.
 

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Hi Gibo,

I took it to Peugeot to see what they think and they advised it wasn't regenerating because of the P1435 fault (EDC15C2 - Additive system. Fuel filler cap present sensor fault).
I had the sensor replaced, took it for a drive and the engine light came up as soon as I hit 80 and went into limp mode. Turned the car of and when i restarted the light had gone out. Still getting loss of power on the motor way.
Not had chance for someone to check if the error code has come back up yet or not.
I've spent all my money on this car for this month so gunna have to wait till the end of the month now.
 

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Replacing the sensor won't make it better. The car still has to regenerate, and if that P1519 code hasn't been treated it won't regenerate.

I hope you didn't pay much at Peugeot for their expert diagnosis.
 

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Hi, I had loads of problems doing my head in so i took it to Peugeot to see if they could just tell me what needs doing and how much it would cost.they charged me £70 just to look at it, but did give all the part numbers that needed changing.

In regards to the loss of power the said the fuel cap sensor needs to be replaced for it to regenerate.

I took it to my local garage and asked them to sort out the sensor.
He changed the sensor reset the codes, drove it about for a little bit and the error didn't come back.

I drive on a motorway everyday, the loss of power thing was still a problem and when i tried to get some speed out of it, the engine light came back.

What do you think I need to do now?i just want this problem sorted ;'(
 

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If you'd come to one of us for a diagnostic, this is what would have happened:

1) We'd have done it for a tenner or maybe even less.

2) We'd have checked all components, such as the fan to see if it's working.

3) We'd also have given you part numbers.

4) Once you'd replaced the faulty parts we'd do another check to ensure the fault codes have disappeared.

As Peugeot have already dealt with it, just take it back to them. If the engine light is on a fault code has been logged.

You should also do what Trustme says - clean the DPF filter.
 
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