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Hi...i'm hoping someone may be able to give me some ideas.

I have 54 plate, 2.0 136bhp. I have had the car for a few months now and have sporadically had the generic anti pollutiin warning but only when driving over 70...uhumm!! This puts the car into limp mode which is rectified upon re-start. Other symptoms are what id describe as infrequent gentle splutters as i drive, at any speed.

Well Monday the car wouldnt start at all. The garage are baffled. They say diagnostics says the dpf is blocked but they disconnected the dpf and still the car wont start......
 

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Hi...i'm hoping someone may be able to give me some ideas.

I have 54 plate, 2.0 136bhp. I have had the car for a few months now and have sporadically had the generic anti pollutiin warning but only when driving over 70...uhumm!! This puts the car into limp mode which is rectified upon re-start. Other symptoms are what id describe as infrequent gentle splutters as i drive, at any speed.

Well Monday the car wouldnt start at all. The garage are baffled. They say diagnostics says the dpf is blocked but they disconnected the dpf and still the car wont start......
you need it on planet have a good read here http://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/introductions-28/brief-faq-guide-new-members-83170/

this is a good reason why when you have warning on dash you should get them investigated with planet asap
 

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Thanks for the quick response, apologies for my rudeness...no please or thank yous :(
Guess I need to get the car to a Peugeot specialist for a proper diagnostics... problem is getting there now.
 

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Thanks for the quick response, apologies for my rudeness...no please or thank yous :(
Guess I need to get the car to a Peugeot specialist for a proper diagnostics... problem is getting there now.
have a read of the link i sent you as there is a map op people on this forum with the same diagnostics equipment as dealers but they are a lot cheaper
 

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Thanks :)...I've spoken to the garage and they have assured me they can do everything a dealer can except key recoding, not sure of the difference with Peugeot Planet?

They have done a forced regen and given me these codes;

P0299
P0471
P1351
P1447

looking through them it looks to me like its the pressure sensor?
Would Peugeot Planet provide more clarity? Thanks for your help
 

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8) Diagnostics. We don't support generic code readers on this forum, for the simple fact they've given out incorrect information in the past, don't pick up all faults, or cannot display live data or check components. The only equipment we support and recommend is Peugeot Planet or Diagbox diagnostic software used in-conjunction with the LEXIA3 cable. I've done some tests with various scanners on my car with a known EGR, diesel heater sensor, and glow plug faults and only Planet picked up these fault codes and read the live data to show that the parts were indeed faulty. And on two occasions I've known a national breakdown firm say that a customer's high pressure fuel pump has failed because that's what the code said, only for it to be an issue with the tank lift pump - one was a blocked filter, the other was weak current to the pump due to an old battery.

If you need a diagnostic check, or need to contact a member, but don't have 20 posts to your name, then read this thread:

How to: Contact a member for Peugeot Planet Diagnostic

If there's nobody close, see item 12. We're always after more members for the map, and doing local diagnostics will soon pay for the equipment in no time.
 

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Thanks :)...I've spoken to the garage and they have assured me they can do everything a dealer can except key recoding, not sure of the difference with Peugeot Planet?

They have done a forced regen

HOW can you force a regen on a car that wont start :)


Engine would still start with blocked DPF it would not rev or cut out after a few seconds but WOULD start.
 

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As reliable says, they cannot have done a forced regen without a running engine. The engine has to run at high revs for about twenty minutes for a forced regen and gets the exhaust to a very high temperature.
 
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