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peugeot 307 ,51, 2hdi 90 bhp antipoution fault
i bought this car a 2 weeks ago the only thing wrong with it was the petrol gauge didnt work ,it ran brilliantly for the first week and then i was driving along and it cut out and i tried to start it twice ,wouldnt start so i thought it must be out of diesel so of i went to tesco petrol station with my can come back put the diesel in started first time as normal went back to tescos and put a further £20 diesel in as soon i started it up after puting the £20 in antipoution message displayed and engine management light came on went straigjt home and did some research online and cheap diesel kept comin up so i went and put a further £20 of texaco diesel supreme in lights were still on, i have a freind who had a diagnostic kit it said fuel pump relay malfunction so i went to peugeot and got the relay and bought a manual couldnt find the relay anywhere so went to peugeot and they said that my model doesent have a fuel pump relay and that my freind is using a cheap diagnostic system so its not giving the correct fault , the message and light go off now and again but always comes back on the car still runs brilliantly no loss of power no spluttering no symptons except that when the pollution message and light is on the engine runs on for 5 seconds after i remove the key but when the message and light are off engine cuts out fine when i remove the key, ive heard it could be anthing from a fap,sensors,exhaust fluid,dodgy pump but all this started when i ran out of diesel (if i even ran out of diesel )what i dont want to do is pay peugeot to fix the fault and it just reappear in a couple of days/weeks with the same antipolution message as i read it happens any help would be much appreciated
 

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As I found out from Dave Ireland, the anti=pollution fault on the MFD is generic & could mean anything. The only way to check is to get someone with Planet Peugeot to have a look at the fault codes. A dealer will charge a fortune - look at the map for members on here with it, there will be one close by who wont charge a fortune.

As it only started with the diesel scenario, try changing the fuel filter, they are only a few quid. Before you do, pump the 'bulb' next to it to make sure its rock hard & primed with diesel - Cheers, Neil
 

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antipollution

hi there im new to all this ive found the map and people close to me what i just pm them see if they will do it for me
 
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Pretty much.... but you can't send PMs until you've got 20 posts under your belt :thumb:

Where are you located? and who is close to you?

p.s. for future reference, best only to post your problems in one area of the forums - it will save duplications from everyone :nod:
 
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