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Hello,
I am a new member. May I start by a big thank you to all for the very useful comments for many questions. Special thanks to the Forum organizers.
My 2010 Peugeot 308 1.6 HDi automatic showing 'ESP/ASR system faulty' followed by 'antipollution system faulty', the engine management light also stays on. When I switch the engin off, the 'ESP/ASR system faulty' disappear but the 'antipollution system faulty' and the engine management light stays on. When the engin was switched off overnight, all error messages disappeared. After driving about 20 miles, the fault messages came back.
I took the car to a garage for diagnostic, it came up with:
1- P0087 Feul system fault
2- C1391 non confirmation of engine torque
3- F40A Oil gauge fault
The garage done the following:
1- filled the the ELOYS with fluid and reset the counter in ECU
2- changed the fuel filter
(air filter and air cabin filter changed recently in the last service)
The following day, I got the same fault messages! So far I spent about 200 pounds. May I seek your advice on what to do, please.
Thank you.
 

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Thank you very much AYel and Gibbo for your reply. The garage that I went to is a Peugeot and Citroen specialist. He told me that he uses 'Peugeot Plane'. The test gave these faults only. Why do you think that it should show more errors? He charged me 45 pounds for the test and 123 pound for filling the ELOYS with fluid and reset the counter in ECU. Do you think that I should go to the Peugeot dealer to get more accurate fault codes (they charge double the price)?
Thank you again for your comments
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Thank you very much AYel and Gibbo for your reply. The garage that I went to is a Peugeot and Citroen specialist. He told me that he uses 'Peugeot Plane'. The test gave these faults only. Why do you think that it should show more errors? He charged me 45 pounds for the test and 123 pound for filling the ELOYS with fluid and reset the counter in ECU. Do you think that I should go to the Peugeot dealer to get more accurate fault codes (they charge double the price)?
Thank you again for your comments
Kind regards
if you bothered to read the links you would know that you could contact a member for a diagnostics for cheap and how to do that
 
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