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Hi I Have A Peugeot 306 Q.6 Xr Hatch Back And I Am Havin A Lil Problems..the Car Is Refusing To Start It Is Just Tumbling And I Am Not Gettin It To Fire At All. I Check The Fuses And Felays And Everything Sees To B In Order How Ever Using My Tester I Was Able To Discover That There Isnt Any Voltage Goin To To Fuel Pump Neither The Injectors Are Firin As A Result To That And The Coil Pack Isnt Gettin Any Voltage. Also I Relaised That The Stop Light As Well On The Instrument Panel No Longer Comes On.

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Hi I Have A Peugeot 306 Q.6 Xr Hatch Back And I Am Havin A Lil Problems..the Car Is Refusing To Start It Is Just Tumbling And I Am Not Gettin It To Fire At All. I Check The Fuses And Felays And Everything Sees To B In Order How Ever Using My Tester I Was Able To Discover That There Isnt Any Voltage Goin To To Fuel Pump Neither The Injectors Are Firin As A Result To That And The Coil Pack Isnt Gettin Any Voltage. Also I Relaised That The Stop Light As Well On The Instrument Panel No Longer Comes On.

Any One Could Tell Me What Could B The Problem Thanks
If she won't go, but the battery is good, the starter is spinning well. Check out the TDC (Top Dead Centre)/Crank position sensor. This little fellow can invariably be found residing in the vicinity of the flywheel. Usually fixed to the clutch bell housing.
a long lead with a single bolt holding the sensor end down.

Another favourite whilst we're on the subject of non-starters is the 'double relay'. This fellah controls fuel/ignition systems and failure can be a cause of fuel or ignition failure (strange that innit?). The unit is usually located under or around the ECU under the bonnet, or behind the headlamp. A few we've encountered have suffered water damage and/or pin corrosion too. The unit is usually black, or a rather fetching shade of terracotta . But it doesnt always follow that like colours are compatable. They are commonly cobbled together by Bitron and sport an ID number on the relay body that will resemble 1304 or 1307 or some such. The multiblock connexion is also designed so that the incorrect relay cannot be fitted.
 
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