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The car is a peugeot 206cc its a 2002 model 2.0 16v manual with foglights and multiplexed.

I've got pp2000 working on an old xp laptop and its thrown up some unusual faults or faults on unusual items rather.

Can anyone tell me what these items actually are and where they are located?

I've bought a new speed sensor as thats easy enough and the fault code seems to show up in all the different segments of the diagnostic check.

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A 2002 cc may or may not have a speed sensor as it may come from the ABS unit

Steering fault may be the sensor on the pipe where it runs under engine the wires get oily and fall off
 

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Thanks for the reply i'll check that out, knowing my luck it will be an abs speedo drive because i've already bought a gearbox drive, was only £6 though so not the end of the world. ABS didnt flag any faults though.

Im hoping that the temperature sensor rotor jammed one is the tiny motor inside the dash panel that hold the passenger airbag.

The airbag fault im guessing its either the passenger airbag unplugged, which would tie in with the rotor jammed fault, or ignition module, could that mean left side seat pretensioner module thing whatever its called.
 

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Couldnt try the f6 key as it doesnt appear on most of the faults when they are highlighted.

An update, have tried to fit a new speed sensor in the gearbox but it wont quite go all the way in and is super tight, but the diagnostic is still saying it is short circuited to earth?

Have disconnected the airbag sensor bolted to nearside sill under the carpet and jiggled the wiring and reconnected it and removed the passenger seat and done the same to its wiring connection, now the airbag fault is gone thank god.

Also discovered a fuse missing in the engine fusebox, now the heater and glovebox light is working.

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As I have said countless times a fault code does not always mean the part is faulty so replacing your speed sensor did not fix the issue as the fault is with the signal from the speed sensor.

Check the wiring for rubbing on the engine/gearbox this can short it out your steering fault might also be caused by the speed signal fault or it may not again wiring is the best place to start.
 
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