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ok my mistake dont listen to what you are told its not a peugeot 206 1.9 it a peugeot 206 2.0d sorry about that and thanks to all that replied.
hi i have a peugeot 206 1.9d 2004. i bought it of a friend that put petrol in it my mistake. i now have it flushed and running quit well maybe the odd skipped beat but getting better all the time. the problem i have is starting it need a very good battery and really has to crank over a lot to start but it does in the end but if i stop it even after letting it run for some time the same thing happens. any help wold be good. thanks for looking cj.
 

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Yep change the filter and yes had it running every day for about two weeks. Also put diesel cleaner through it.
 

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Have you checked fault codes. May give you an idea if any other damage has occurred.
 

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Only comes up with air intake valve and I have change that. Now no codes showing.
 

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Is common rail engine? Can you monitor fuel pressure? Let it run on idle see what pressure you have ? Then engine off ignition on and watch for how the pressure drops if it drops of too quickly something leaking back.
 

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If this is the oil school xud engine with mechanical injection and not common rail HDI. I would look at glow plugs and the wax stat/cold start device on the pump or if its one with a ecu the cold start solenoid on the side of the pump

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