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hi,
i have Peugeot 307 2006, 1.4l.
fuse #8 ( contactor or cut-out for the connection circuit related to ant-theft system, that what it says in the manual) or people say ignition switch fuse
i start the car normally, but when i drive for some time and turn off the car and try to start again the fuse blows out.
if i change the fuse and start it blows out again, but if i wait at least one hour or so until the car cools down and start it does not blow.
the fuse is 20 amps.
i tried to start the car and keep it to warm up and start again it's no problem. but it stays on for long time (may be until the body is hot) and start again the fuse blows.
any help
 

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hi,
i have Peugeot 307 2006, 1.4l.
fuse #8 ( contactor or cut-out for the connection circuit related to ant-theft system, that what it says in the manual) or people say ignition switch fuse
i start the car normally, but when i drive for some time and turn off the car and try to start again the fuse blows out.
if i change the fuse and start it blows out again, but if i wait at least one hour or so until the car cools down and start it does not blow.
the fuse is 20 amps.
i tried to start the car and keep it to warm up and start again it's no problem. but it stays on for long time (may be until the body is hot) and start again the fuse blows.
any help
Sounds like your starter is faulty...:confused:
 
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You`ve already posted this , please wait for answer .:nod:
Or, instead of waiting for an answer, read the forum rules....

Rules :peugeot Forums- Peugeot Models, Peugeot 206cc- 307cc- 307sw, Boxer, Peugeot 807

Then follow rule 1 religiously....

http://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/general-discussion-2/307-blowing-fuses-wont-start-when-warm-help-5348/

Lo and behold, there is an answer you could have found yourself!! Starter motor, due to resistances between hot and cold operation
 
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