Some news. Thanks for the offers of help. Got a price and part number from my dealers. Will post part number in the new year, as I left it at work. Any way, dealer price is £251 inc vat. :mygod: so last option that. Anyway, with the part number. I found one at lunch online, new in a box. £150. Free post. result. On my part it's down as 96446862XT. Although, as you point out. You need the dealer part number for your car. So will post further details in the new year, along with a full how to do, with pics in the new year. To help others.
Part numbers do NOT matter parts that should not fit will fit and work in most cases Peugeots part numbers are not any use as most sellers post the long number which is the part MANUFACTURERS number and Peugeot cannot cross reference this number.
Add to the fact that most parts do NOT have the Peugeot part number anyway and you can see that cross referencing them is a minefield I tried and gave up
My conclusion was as stated all parts fit all cars as long as they have exactly the same functions if you have esp the comm must be from an esp car this is one of the few that need to match exactly
I am new to the Peugeot 307 model 2006
And I need to upgrade the ecu of the Gearbox, how can you advise me on that and guide me on the right way to update
And what is the program for that
please help me
thanks to all
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