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Are there are snags or problems in having a towbar and associated electrics fitted to a (2007) 307 TD ?

Mine also has the optional Peugeot reversing sensors fitted which may also cause a hiccup perhaps, am I likely to run into problems with the can-bus system when adding additional the electric plug for the trailer connection and so need to get it sorted/recognised using Planet, or is it all reasonably straightforward?

Is it gonna cost me heavy ?
 
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I'd fit a genuine wiring loom and an aftermarket hitch.
You will need to turn it on in the BSI and theres a fair bit of wiring on the new Full CAN cars. A wire has to be fed up to the BSI from the rear.
 

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Charlie said:
Hi chaps
Are there are snags or problems in having a towbar and associated electrics fitted to a (2007) 307 TD ?

Mine also has the optional Peugeot reversing sensors fitted which may also cause a hiccup perhaps, am I likely to run into problems with the can-bus system when adding additional the electric plug for the trailer connection and so need to get it sorted/recognised using Planet, or is it all reasonably straightforward?

Is it gonna cost me heavy ?
Had mine done for arounf £200 IIRC. Just a universal one.
 

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Thanks chaps, I am being quoted £160/180 fitted - neither fitter sees any problem with the electrics on the Pug and both have done em before so I can only assume its either straightforward without problem, or these guys have the facility to overcome the Canbus thing anyway.
 

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There's a smartbox thing you can use which stops the car picking up on the extra load of trailer lights. Don't know any more about it!
 
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