Search Peugeot service box on your web browser, it's an official Peugeot website free to sign up and once registered you have access to parts lists, diagrams and numbers.
Technical information is also available but is not free, I believe for one Vin/chassis for 6 hours is about £7 and goes up depending how long you want access.
Vehicle manuals are also available, a brilliant range of support functions, very useful.
The wiring diagrams are from the SEDRE, which is best accessed from this site. Do not click the blue boxes - scroll down to the £9.99 offerings, and you get the full Service Box Documentation and SEDRE for ALL the listed models, irrespective of which you choose. Highly recommended - usual disclaimer.
Hey guys, hope you're all safe and healthy,
I have a Peugeot 308 its 2011 FAP and its in pretty good condition, but I noticed when switching gears from P to D when having the brake pressed the car kinda shakes, and whats the worst, I don't know if it used to do this before lol, does anyone has...
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I'm looking to upgrade my rims
but I just realized that they are 4 studs, not 5 stud
Now I can see I will need to upgrade the rotors and 5 lug conversion, is there anything else I need to do to get this to work
I run a Peugeot 308 1.6L turbo XTE hatch
and theses the rims I'm...
Have read a lot of posts around this subject & honestly I'm not fully clear on what actions I should be taking given the assumed predictable dpf 'fail' circa 125 - 130k miles for which I'm in that bracket?
I also want the car to be able to legally pass the MOT in Jan 2021 and my...