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Hello all,

Car details: Peugeot 308 SE 1.6 VTi Sport 5Dr - 110,000 miles - 2008 reg, Full Service 3 weeks ago - Last 8 digits of VIN: 55351658

For a few months now my Peugot has been misfiring from a cold start, with the Depollution System Faulty message appearing on the dashboard. I managed to take it to a Peugeot garage today where they carried out a diagnostic check and confirmed the issue. The following faults were also found:

P1136
P1340
P0087
P1337
P1338

They've said that I will need a new high pressure fuel pump and have quoted £757.75 for the work. For me, this is quite a bit of money so I would rather not pay it unless absolutely necessary. I don't want the issue to be "fixed" for it just to come back in a week.

What I want to know is would a new fuel pump fix the issues I have been having? Is that a reasonable quote for such work?

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What's the last 8 digits of ur VIN and can get u a price for the part.

That's a hell of a lot of money for a part and max 2 hours work.

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What's the last 8 digits of ur VIN and can get u a price for the part.

That's a hell of a lot of money for a part and max 2 hours work.

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I've added the last 8 digits to the first post. I'm looking for parts now.
 

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Fuel pump is £389.80 and the feed pipe u should do also is £21.35, labour time for the fuel pump is 1hr 36mins, so even say 2 hours for the job they are ripping u off at £757.75.

if u don't mind not having the years warranty on the part and labour, get the HPFP from BMW dealer they around £230 quid (exactly the same HPFP) and get a local friendly garage to fit for u and u will save over £400.
 
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