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Hello all,
I am working on a 2008 307, 1.4 petrol dohc. I recently removed the timing belt, and the exhaust camshaft pulley and attempted to remove the intake pulley to get access to the inner timing belt cover. The intake pulley was difficult to remove and so I didn't continue.
After carrying out the repairs I refitted everything. When I started the car it started to idle at 1500 rpm. I read the code and it gave po0010, camshaft position.
So I went back and checked the timing and it was all bang on.
Any ideas of what might be causing the high idle?
Thanks in advance for all help!!
 

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You have most likely left a vacuum pipe off or knocked 1 off by accident somewhere.

OR its still cold and needs to warm up to settle down fully.
 

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I'm now pretty sure I induced this fault myself when I tried to remove the camshaft dephaser pulley. I think by partially removing and refitting this, I've knocked out the vvt timing.
Does anyone know how to check and adjust the vvt timing on these?
 

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I believe it is a ET3JP4. The vvt is the variable valve timing. I may not have the exact Peugeot terminology correct. I also have the Haynes manual. They don't mention the dephaser sprocket which is misleading although there is one pictured in one of the illustrations. I'm hoping there is a procedure for timing the camshaft to the sprocket, ie, with the sprocket bolt loosened and the timing pin in, the camshaft can be moved to the correct position.
 
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