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keith gillie, Tyne and Wear

Peugeot 3008

has there been any faults been reported on park assist

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You can see from the previous report underneath your question that I have experienced 'Parking Assistance Fault'. My new car has now been into the Peugeot Dealer that sold me the car in Nelson twice to have this problem sorted out. I went away on holiday last week and the fault has returned. I have sent a picture of this fault display to the Service Manager and am awaiting a suitable date to take the car back for repair once again.. I would appreciate any help from someone who knows what the fault is due to and how it can be fixed. Andrew from North Yorkshire

I received my new car 3008 Allure 1.2 Turbo (1st or 2nd car of the first badge in Singapore) on the 1st week of Sep 2017. Since then, it has gone back to the Peugeot workshop twice to fix the same problem (Parking brake fault. Have the vehicle repaired" & followed by "Hill start system fault". The 1st time I brought it to Peugeot workshop, they said "fixed" but came back with the same problem which happened again the next morning. Every time the warnings came out the car would stall and I have to restart the car. Sent back to the workshop for a couple of days more for them to fix. They said they installed new software in the ICU. Have been driving a few days now and so far ok. However, today there was a warning saying "Parking assistance faulty". Not sure this is related to the same problem or is it a new fault. However this doesn't stall the car, just that it shows the warning. Let me know if you've got the above problem settled and how it was fixed. Quintus Ong from Singapore

Submitted: 19/07/2017 16:23:01 | ID: 142639

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Sarah, Monmouthshire

Peugeot 207

My passenger door isn't opening from the outside , it can only be opened if I open from the inside. The door also won't open if I press the red padlock button either. Any ideas please?

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sounds like the anti hijack is switched on. Open the door and if you look at the closing mechanism youll see a slot where you can put your ignition key into....Turn the key and hijacking mode should turn off and should open from the outside again roddy from Gloucestershire

Submitted: 25/04/2017 16:32:03 | ID: 140895

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Shaun, Scottish Borders

Peugeot 308

My heater is only blowing cold air out, does anyone know the reason this could be? Thanks.

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Had the same problem Particle filter needs replacing Tomh from Bedfordshire

Submitted: 14/01/2016 17:44:30 | ID: 126136

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John Foxall, England

Peugeot 207 2010

I have a Peugeot 207 1.4 petrol (3 years old) About 8 seconds after starting the engine from cold (audible warning) and it shows on screen "engine temperature too high". The temperature gauge is at max and the red light in the temp gauge is on. The engine lower screen shows "STOP", the engine fan starts and continues until about 6 minutes after switching off the engine. I have just paid out £1260 for a service and a steering ECU replacement on my wife`s Peugeot 107 at a rip off merchant - sorry I should have said "dealer"and I do not want to repeat the experience again. Please remember this is with a COLD engine. Any suggestions please? (1.4 VTi EUS 95 Millesim 5)

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Hello John. Don’t know really, but looks like it could be the thermostat sticking. Try asking question on here http://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/207. Always had a decent response and very knowledgable. Hope this helps. Mick from Nottinghamshire

That sounds to me like a problem with your coolent temp sensor. If the guage is going high with a cold engine it will give the ECU the impresion that the car is over heating and to protect the engine best it can it will put the cooling fan on and keep it on until the ECU goes to sleep. Peter H from Lanarkshire

I have identical issue on my in-law’s five year old 207. Have you find a solution to the problem? The dealer talk me to come on Monday to get the sensor replaced. Will this solve the problem? Jozef Orpiszewski from Poland

If it’s DIY, first place to start is temperature sensor replacement: Google it to find its location, check wires for good connection/no corrosion. If that doesn’t work, bring it to mechanic, could be wiring short or damaged ecu AC Motors from Ireland

Sorry I don't know the answer but I have exactly the same problem as you this morning. My 207 is nearly 4 years old and exactly the same scenario as yourself. Immediately after starting the car it went straight to audible sound and red light and message Enging temperature too high - switch off. The cooling fan was still running for about 5/6 minutes after engine switched off. Quite worrying for a non mechanical lady, thinking the car might go on fire at any time. Do you think there could be faulty heat sensors on this particular model? Anne from Cheshire

Sorry I don't know the answer but I have exactly the same problem as you this morning. My 207 is nearly 4 years old and exactly the same scenario as yourself. Immediately after starting the car it went straight to audible sound and red light and message Enging temperature too high - switch off. The cooling fan was still running for about 5/6 minutes after engine switched off. Quite worrying for a non mechanical lady, thinking the car might go on fire at any time. Do you think there could be faulty heat sensors on this particular model? Anne from Cheshire

Hi John Contacted my local dealer and very nice lady phoned me back to say that there is a recall from Peugeot for this fault and that it will be replaced on my car under warranty. Try your local agent. Good luck. Anne from Cheshire

Will the engine management cut the car it and so it Sandy from Nottinghamshire

I have the same problem Will the engine management cut the car out and stop it Sandy from Nottinghamshire

Exactly same problem - AA man said sensor at fault, plus engine warning light came on too, couple of days later! ! Well worried. Still under warranty (just) so taken to dealer today. Sensor replaced, BUT, told this fault is / was subject to a manufacturer's recall. i.e. Peugeot knew of the problem and will replace sensor automatically without cost to owners. Begs the question , how to know of this recall if no notification from Peugeot ? Was told only way to know was if taken to dealer if fault developed ! So if your car warning lights come on when there is no fault, you can have the sensor replaced FOC, but what if they DON'T come on , through the same faulty sensor, and you DO have a serious problem arising ? Get it checked with your dealer -Peugeot have issued a recall for this, so it should not matter whether of not you have warranty. P.S. It will be an automatic MOT fail if not rectified. Luke Gallacher from West Midlands

Thanks for this Luke. Will update. David from West Midlands

Submitted: 12/12/2013 15:35:55 | ID: 59125

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D D, Australia

Peugeot 307 2006

My Peugeot 307`s driver`s side rear light cluster failed. I assumed initially it was the bulbs. On taking them out of the cluster 3 out of the 5 were discoloured, although all the filaments were intact. I changed them all to be safe but it made no difference, the complete cluster still didn`t work. On closer inspection of the white plastic connector for where all the wires come in, I see the middle prong in the connector has melted or burned away, such that it is shorter than the other four. There is some darkening of the plastic around the base of the connector. Presumably this line has been heating up for some reason. My question is whether this is a known issue and whether it`s an easy fix for an Auto Electrician? Cheers. (307 Hdi Station Wagon/Estate)

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It’s a common issue with rear light clusters, that pin which has melted is your earth pin caused by high resistance - simple fix repair connector Kev from England

Peugeot are renowned for this problem, more so if you tow. Fit another earth to the cluster. My block connecter has melted and I can't get one anywhere. Scappy is good but most have already gone. Main dealer is a rear wiring loom - ouch. Peugeot will never admit to this problem. According to them it don't exist. WAKE UP PEUGEOT IT DOES. Look at all the forums (if you dare) derek from Gwynedd

Hi..It is a common fault, I have the exact same issue on my 307 sw...Its caused by rainfall which goes down the drainage groove behind the boot lid...the problem is that there is no seal between the rear light cluster and the groove causing the water to pass through the gap and into the cluster...causing it to short-out Rob from Worcestershire

Submitted: 21/12/2012 16:02:08 | ID: 66006

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Chris, Kent

Peugeot 207 CC 2007

My Peugeot 207 CC has the red leather trim. It just seems to be stuck over the original black dashboard. This is coming unstuck and curling back. Has anyone else had the problem and found a solution as it is difficult to actually get at it under the slope of the windscreen? Peugeot garages don’t have any ideas.

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Hi Chris, wy wife’s stiching on the left hand side of the dash has rotted and the front of the red trim is peeling back from the top near the windscreen. Peugeot said it would cost about £2,000 to replace. I can’t believe that because, as you say, it’s just put on over the normal black trim. Did anyone answer your question? Regards. Bob Moffat from Lincolnshire.

Hi my.red dash looks apsolutely awful. Doubt I will be able to sell it? I have seen at least three other red dashes of Peugeot this has happened too. What can we we do as out of warrantee? Not good advertising mind for peuguet as people admire my car for all the wrong reasons e.g. the cured up dash! Might have to get a black dash second hand to replace. Lorna from Lancashire

Submitted: 03/08/2012 11:34:07 | ID: 88807

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luke, Nottinghamshire

Peugeot 208

hi, my 208 2012 (62) plate 1.2 - 3 cylinder engine seems to be burning a litre of oil a month? that's how much I'm currently putting in each month. It started happening around the 40,000 miles. It was still happening at 45,000 miles. I have taken it to the main dealers a couple of times and to different main dealers but they cant find anything wrong with it. It has been serviced by a main dealer since the start. A month ago the car broke down and the garage said that the CAT converter has gone, so I explained the issues I've been having with the car and they said it could be down to that? After the car was fixed I was still having the same issues. has anybody else has this problem with the same engine?

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Hi Luke i am having the same problem with my 208 2013 plate1.2, it is at this moment at my local peugeot garage having a new engine & Cat put in. Peugeot have admitted there is a fault & are prepared to pay half the repair bill but i think they should pay it all. Did you get any help with your repair bill? Mike from Perth and Kinross

Hi Luke MY answer is same as Mike. Would be very interested in whether Mike has managed to get full payment? Marie Souter from Perth and Kinross

Submitted: 17/07/2017 09:12:15 | ID: 142600

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Will, Telford and Wrekin

Peugeot 207

Hi, I've recently purchased a Peugeot 207 (06 plate) for myself as a first car since i only recently passed my test. When i put the key in the ignition, all warning lights appear and then go off. However, (minus the handbrake and seatbelt lights), the battery indicator light stays illuminated. This does not go off at all until i start up the engine. This has been something that i've noticed since i got the car, and i've drove both short and long journeys covering approx. 400 miles so far in the hopes that the car will charge the battery whilst driving. Despite this, the battery indicator light still illuminates whenever i get in the car and only goes off when actually driving or the engine is running. Can anyone please advise me on the situation please? As i stated above, i'm a new driver and need help and guidance to understand everything to do with my car. Thanks in advance, Will!

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Hi the reason that the battery indicator only goes off when you start the engine, is that this indicates it is being charged by the alternator. Adrian from Devon

Submitted: 12/05/2017 15:47:26 | ID: 141264

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Barbara, Cheshire

Peugeot 206

Replaced reservoir and pump , and it still won't work, pump has been tested and it works fine, but will not pump water up to window washer when fitted on car , anybody any ideas

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If the pump works OK on a bench test but will not work on the car then you have a wiring problem or fuse gone. If the pump is running when fitted to the car but not delivering fluid you may have a blockage in the line or the filter. Or the wiring may be connected the wrong way round giving you reversed polarity, causing the pump to run in reverse. Hugh from City of Glasgow

Submitted: 01/09/2017 18:53:33 | ID: 143427

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Chris, Australia

Peugeot 307

My original CD stacker was not being recognized by the original radio. I have changed my radio - Got the VIN code changed etc. Still the same. Changed the CD stacker (Blaupunkt) I was told No code needed. Still the same. So same combination for 2 radios and 2 CD players. Original radio back in now. Maybe both CD stackers have the same problem or ??? any solution.

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i have a peugeot 307cc i opened the roof drove around all day , then when i tried to close it it would close nothing that I've done appears to work HELP augustine.willock54@yahoo.com.co.uk from West Midlands

Submitted: 13/04/2017 06:08:00 | ID: 140591

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GK, Gambia, The

Peugeot 207

hello, my peugeot 207 has something like a hole in front of the screen between the air conditioners and there is a cap that you can screw in and out in order to open or "cover" the hole... whats that thing for?

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Search google for 207 air freshener look at images and I'm sure that is what you are on about. It is a built in air fresher, Citroen have similar in some of there cars Jason from Gloucestershire

Submitted: 15/05/2017 16:02:00 | ID: 141310

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Geoff, Lancashire

Peugeot 308

HI I am having trouble trying to get my radio to work on anything radio/satnav/telephone/cd the screen is lit up and is asking to insert radio update cd.Before it went off altogether it kept going on and off saying it was updating the hard drive but allways comes back on but this time its just stopped working .Any help or advice please.

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Hi Geoff I have exactly the same problem. My mileage has reverted to kilometres, rear parking sensors no longer work, stereo not working, display and sat nav not working. Message on display system saying insert upgrade cd. Peugeot have ordered an update cd for me at a cost of £60.00. What they have made very clear is that if the CD doesn't do the job I will need a new "excuse my girly lack of car knowledge"....new stereo system plate computer thingy at the cost of £2500. I have a peugeot 308. Faith from North Lincolnshire

Hi Geoff I have exactly the same problem. My mileage has reverted to kilometres, rear parking sensors no longer work, stereo not working, display and sat nav not working. Message on display system saying insert upgrade cd. Peugeot have ordered an update cd for me at a cost of £60.00. What they have made very clear is that if the CD doesn't do the job I will need a new "excuse my girly lack of car knowledge"....new stereo system plate computer thingy at the cost of £2500. I have a peugeot 308. Faith from North Lincolnshire

Hi Faith Thanks for your reply looks like you have the same problem has me my car has also converted to kilometres I would be grateful if you could let me know how you get on with the cd but £2500 is certainly out of the question Geoff from Lancashire

Hi Geoff, I am having the same issue as yourself. Yesterday my CD player stopped working and when tried after 2 hours it said 'checking for error file', but then it came on and worked as normal. This morning, however, I have received the 'insert upgrade CD' and my mileage has also reverted to km. I hope there is an easy fix for this as I don't fancy spending £2500 either! Chloe from County Tyrone

Submitted: 24/11/2015 13:30:33 | ID: 123933

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Amjad Darr, Bristol

Peugeot Expert

We have a ramp on the back of the vehicle. Which is rattling a lot when we drive. It's quite annoying. How we can fix it.

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Try removing the spare wheel. I found this was the problem and not the ramp. william ellis from County Londonderry

Submitted: 17/07/2017 23:24:30 | ID: 142615

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John, Aberdeenshire

Peugeot 106

Where do I find the fuel filter

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Fuel filter is under the passenger or drivers side wing of the car looks like a small silver canister with a pipe at both ends. It is tucked away up and in the body work. Chris from Kent

Submitted: 03/01/2017 17:35:06 | ID: 137769

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Adam N, England

Peugeot 807 2005

I’ve got a problem with my Peugeot 807. At first I got the message that the passenger airbag was deactiveated and the airbag fault and the warning lights turned on. Sometimes it disappeared but now it’s back. Now also the wipers and lights doesn’t work, but if I turn the ignition on and off it starts working again for a while. Also the warning light for "Antipollution fault" turned on. Can anyone please help me?

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Have you been able to fix this fault? I have the same fault only while the engine is off the lights/wipers work ok and the passenger airbag deactivated/airbag fail is displayed after a few seconds. Once the engine is started the wipers and lights come on and can not be turned off. (It was raining and dark when I looked at the car). The only thing I could find was the lid on the under bonnet fuse box was loose and there was moisture in it. I sprayed some wd40 in there and have left it to dry out Phil from Rutland

Hi guys. I have the same problem, have you had any joy? I also get handbrake on warning? 07973242854 Jim Horton from Leicestershire

I had the same problem. Took my car to Peugeot in Portugal and they said there is a fault in the steering wheel. They are really good and unlike the garages here know what they are talking about B from Ceredigion

Hi, can you tell me if you got this sorted please? My peugeot is giving me the same problems and faults, anti pollution fault first and now the air bag one. It also doesn't unlock with the remote if you haven't used it for a few hours, only with the key inserted in the lock. Please help. d from Norfolk

The 807 is the worst car I have ever bought. Airbag, coolant tyre pressure warnings. Switches falling off. Handles peeling with razor sharp edges. Window sticking down. Now has permanent airbag fault so will fail MOT. Iain from Surrey

Submitted: 05/11/2012 10:54:37 | ID: 89826

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Paul, Lancashire

Peugeot 308 SW 2008

My Peugeot 308 SW`s seatbelt warning alarm keeps going off even when noone is sitting in the seats. This only happens with the three seats in the back of the car. If I have every seat occupied and everyone fastened in it also does it then. Any ideas why?

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Did you find any resolution to this problem? Have exactly the same problem myself and garage can’t come up with a diagnosis or solution... It’s driving us crazy... Lesley G from Ayrshire

I also have this problem on my 308SW. First happened about 3 months ago - hardly ever use the rear seats - and no one sitting in the rear at the time. First one sensor went off - to stop I fastened seat belt and it was fine then after a couple of days the next sensor started giving problems ended up fastening all the seat belts. Then after week or so they started to go off again even with the belts fastened. After removing the seats and putting them back in to see if this cleared the problem booked the car in for a diagnostics check but before putting in I had to unfasten all the belts and amazingly all was fine so cancelled the diagnostics. OK for over a month then started up again. Currently I have two belts fastened and one not and have again got the car booked in. Extemely annoying fault. Did you get a solution?. What’s the problem and how do I fix it? (1.7cdti) Graham Tennant from Renfrewshire

Rear seat belt problem drove me mad as there seemed to be no rhyme nor reason for the alarm to keep going off. After a month of it with no ideas from various garages I took out the middle row of seats pulled up the carpet and disconnected the sensors from the wiring loom. Trouble is I can hear the wife nagging again now!! Jason from Lincolnshire

Mine started doing this today (20/2/13). If you take the seats out, detach the plastic trim from in front of, and behind the seats, and lift out the carpet panel, you will see a black plastic strip with a connector at the near side end. Disconnect the plug to disable the system. It’s less frustrating to disable the system and check any passenger’s have done up their seat belts then to try and sort out a random problem that I doubt will show up in a diagnostic check and will probably be expensive to repair. I suspect the fault is where the plug connects to the flexible PCM in the plastic ’strip’ rather than the wiring... Laurence from Dorset

My Peugeot garage had the car when the alarm was being issued, but said they couldn’t find the fault! All three seats started alarming yesterday (05/03/13) even though the seat belts were connected. Garage can’t book my car in till next week - and when I asked them to disable the alarm in the meantime, they said they couldn’t. Something to do with Europe regulations. Anyway, thanks to this helpful post I have now successfully disabled the alarm. Note - you only have to take off the front plastic strip - and to do so you just need a small screwdriver to release the clips over the metal bar. If Peugeot find the real reason for the problem, I will post here too. THANK YOU! Tony from Sussex

I have had the intermittent seat belt fault with 2 of the three rear seats in my 308 SW. After two visits to the Peugeot garage (first time said they couldn’t find anything wrong) they now say it needs a seat belt pickup, apparently a bar with sensors and transmitters, fitted. The quoted price £128. Asked if they could disconnect and they said no as may cause other faults. After reading this I will be disconnecting it myself. There is no guarantee that after being replaced the same fault won’t develop! Rather not waste my money CLC from England

I wish I had read this forum before I booked my car in - it is now in the garage for the 4th time. I have paid to have one seat belt stalk replaced (and labour!). Then it was reccomended that I replaced the ariel base unit (after the garage spoke with Peugeot in France). I also did this. I’m over £300 out of pocket and it hasn’t resolved the problem. The seat belts alarmed the day after I got the ariel base unit fited and now the seats don’t alarm when my passengers don’t put their seat belts on. So frustrating... Diane Hedlund from Mid-Lothian (Edinburghshire)

My wife has this problem with her Peugeot 308 SW, the rear seat belt alarms keep going off. I have read the above posts but cannot find the correct plastic trim to remove? Could some one please a little clearer and explain how to locate and remove this trim to get at the connector? Mark Smith from Berkshire

Thank you so much for your answers, this problem has been driving me mad. On my 308 under the nearside rear seat, lift the carpet, remove plastic cover and slide the connection apart. No alarms, but peace at last. Well done all. Norm from Sussex

Had the same problem. Warning light stayed on along with the very loud alarm beeping even if nobody was sat in the seat. Tried taking the seats out as some have suggested and it made no difference. Took the car to my local garage. Using WD 40 with the plastic arm attached to the canister, the mechanic sprayed a liberal amount into the offending seat belt connector. He then clicked the seat belt in out a number of times and then the warning light went off. So far no alarm either. He then did the same for each seat belt just to be sure. He thinks the fault is caused by poor seat belt connector contacts. I’m assuming it’s my kids dropping god knows what food/liquid into the seat belt connectors. If any of you have kids/messy people, it might be worth a go. Hope this helps Chris from Caerphilly

Thank goodness for this web-site my rear seat belt alarms have been driving me and everyone else in the car nuts for months now. I have tried the seats up, down in and out of the car I shall try all the options mentioned here and keep my fingers crossed. Paul from Suffolk

At last, I found somebody else who suffers from this crazy faulty beeping in Peugeot 308 SW’s. I live in Turkey and have one 2009 model 308 SW, it was very good, in the beginning, but then suddenly it started beeping randomly. It is very same problem I have, one of the rear seat belt alarms goes off even when nobody sits on it. I asked this stupid problem many times to local service stations around, but no solution came out. But what I have really realised is this problem goes off when the weather is particularly wet or rainy as well as during a couple of days after it rained or snowed, in my opinion. For example in summer when the climate is relatively dry there is no such problem ever. But especially in winter it goes crazy. I think it is really connected to the humidity level at medium. I am really curious about your experiences in summer and winter - has anybody noticed this difference yet? Enbiya Türedi from Turkey

I had exactly the same problem with the intermittent rear belt alarm going off on my Peugeot 308 SW. The alarm was completely random and would sound with/without someone in the seats and with/without belts. As I commute every day this was doing my nut. After various failed fixes I read this thread and I followed Tony's advice and removed the three rear seats; popped out the plastic clips over the metal bar with a screwdriver; took the carpet up; located sensor connection on nearside (ie. passenger side) and disconnected it. I put the carpet back down, clips on, seats back and sanity restored, for free! Iain from City of Edinburgh

Finally, others with the same problem as me! This has been happening with my Peugeot 308 SW for over a year now. It has been in the garage 4 times. (Thankfully Peugeot paid for last 3 visits). We have been without the bleeping for a few months but lo and behold, it has started again! I have always said it's the rubbish seat belt connectors so will definitely be trying the WD40 trick or failing that disconnecting the lot. I was told by the garage that if it is disconnected the car may fail its MOT, but I think I'll just reconnect it before the test! Such a stupid problem for quite a decent car! Rachel from Cornwall

Finally, others with the same problem as me! This has been happening with my Peugeot 308 SW for over a year now. It has been in the garage 4 times. (Thankfully Peugeot paid for last 3 visits). We have been without the bleeping for a few months but lo and behold, it has started again! I have always said it's the rubbish seat belt connectors so will definitely be trying the WD40 trick or failing that disconnecting the lot. I was told by the garage that if it is disconnected the car may fail its MOT, but I think I'll just reconnect it before the test! Such a stupid problem for quite a decent car! Rachel from Cornwall

Same problem, intermittent over the summer, now constant, different seat every time, seats in or out. Quoted £54 for a diagnostic (even if they find nothing) the kids are in isofix with their own seat belts. Thanks to Jason, 5 mins pulled the plug silence! 1811 from South Yorkshire

i solved the seat belt alarm on my peugeot 308 SW. The problem started when i puted a rubber car mat over my original peugeot carrpet mats. THE SOLUTION: i removed the carpet mats and ussed just the rubber mats. Probably the seat belt sensor is not buit-in the seats and it is under the mats Stefan Sirbescu from Romania

i solved the seat belt alarm on my peugeot 308 SW. The problem started when i puted a rubber car mat over my original peugeot carrpet mats. THE SOLUTION: i removed the carpet mats and ussed just the rubber mats. Probably the seat belt sensor is not buit-in the seats and it is under the mats Stefan Sirbescu from Romania

Could you please give more details on where the connector is placed? Maybe some pictures? I removed the seats, took out the six plastic clips and removed the plastic trim. There seems to be 2 sets of cables? One black and the other is made of mulicoloured wires. One of the cables ends into a hole on the cars metal frame ( right side - behind passenger seat) - the hole is covered by a rubber gasket- is this the one? It seemed that both wires went to the side if the car - Must I remove the side plastic trim aswell - or is the connector on the floor? Please give me some advise as the alarm goes off randomly - The guy at the peugeot garage said they did'nt find anything when they ran diagnostics on the car - It's probably because you're using child seats - he said. So we bought a family car which is not suitable for child seats? - stupid answer Pablo Cortez from Norway

Could you please give more details on where the connector is placed? Maybe some pictures? I removed the seats, took out the six plastic clips and removed the plastic trim. There seems to be 2 sets of cables? One black and the other is made of mulicoloured wires. One of the cables ends into a hole on the cars metal frame ( right side - behind passenger seat) - the hole is covered by a rubber gasket- is this the one? It seemed that both wires went to the side if the car - Must I remove the side plastic trim aswell - or is the connector on the floor? Please give me some advise as the alarm goes off randomly - The guy at the peugeot garage said they did'nt find anything when they ran diagnostics on the car - It's probably because you're using child seats - he said. So we bought a family car which is not suitable for child seats? - stupid answer Pablo Cortez from Norway

I have had this problem for quite a long time as well and seem to have found a solution to our problem! I removed the sensor bar from under the rear seats and had a close look at it and it was covered in condensation. I put on the front room radiator for a week because its the biggest to dry it out and then refitted it that was in March it is now the end of May and no spurious alarm soundings. Removing the sensor bar is a easy job, remove the rear / middle row seats. Where the front of the seats clip onto the metal pivot points there are small plastic clips which can be removed with a small screw driver. Then pull back the carpet to reveal the sensor bar which is held to floor with 3 plastic clip like things about 2 inches in diameter. The connector is at the nearside (left) of the car under the polystyrene trim and this is just unclipped from the loom. Presto removed. Now the problem is how to prevent the condensation returning I am reluctant to spray with WD40 in case it messes with the electronics on the circuit board. Any help with this would be great as I'm not an electronics expert. The large round rubber grommet is an access to the top of the fuel tank and fuel pump and sender unit. Ian McGurk from East Renfrewshire

I have had this problem for quite a long time as well and seem to have found a solution to our problem! I removed the sensor bar from under the rear seats and had a close look at it and it was covered in condensation. I put on the front room radiator for a week because its the biggest to dry it out and then refitted it that was in March it is now the end of May and no spurious alarm soundings. Removing the sensor bar is a easy job, remove the rear / middle row seats. Where the front of the seats clip onto the metal pivot points there are small plastic clips which can be removed with a small screw driver. Then pull back the carpet to reveal the sensor bar which is held to floor with 3 plastic clip like things about 2 inches in diameter. The connector is at the nearside (left) of the car under the polystyrene trim and this is just unclipped from the loom. Presto removed. Now the problem is how to prevent the condensation returning I am reluctant to spray with WD40 in case it messes with the electronics on the circuit board. Any help with this would be great as I'm not an electronics expert. The large round rubber grommet is an access to the top of the fuel tank and fuel pump and sender unit. Ian McGurk from East Renfrewshire

Just a tip regards the Issue of the Seat Belt Alarm going off, Switching this device off In my opinion is just the sort of thing that your Insurance would pick up on if an accident happened, the way I would go to solve this issue, contact Peugeot UK with your VIN Number & state that no matter what Peugeot agent / dealer you go to, they can not solve the problem, in my opinion this issue should be of concern to Peugeot & with the amount of complaints, they should put this right FOC. Trebor from Lancashire

I had this fault with the seatbelts alarm going off in my car (308SW 2008) but it actually caused an electrical fire last week! Peugeot have stripped down my car to find the problem and it was the sensor on the seatbelt over heating and caused the burning. It was under my 10 year old son's seat. I have never evacuated a car so quickly! I think this should be a recall issue now. Claire from Hertfordshire

I had this fault with the seatbelts alarm going off in my car (308SW 2008) but it actually caused an electrical fire last week! Peugeot have stripped down my car to find the problem and it was the sensor on the seatbelt over heating and caused the burning. It was under my 10 year old son's seat. I have never evacuated a car so quickly! I think this should be a recall issue now. Claire from Hertfordshire

I followed the fix and it worked BUT forgot to reattach for MOT and the car failed on the sensor lights not doing their first boot flash! Reattached the sensor and it failed again! coz the sensors lights came on and beeped in the MOT station FFS. Had to have it replaced at £450! finally passed its MOT and has been silenced at last. Oh it was water or moisture ingress. Though where that came from is anyones guess David Robinson from West Sussex

Thank you guys , had my car since Feb and it's driving me mad . Tomorrow I'm trying all the above . Cheers guys Nicola from Cornwall

Hi all I've just tried doing the WD40 thing inside the seat belt connectors put them back in and out a few times Took a drive up the road and hey presto no annoying alarms going off!!. The test will be when I drive to work and back a few times,easier to do than pulling up carpets and removing Connections!,have a try it may work for you I'll report back if it doesn't solve the problem. Malcy from Staffordshire

PIECE OF CAKE TO FIX FIRST, Take all three rear seats out (very heavy, best thing is to slide them back into the boot). SECOND, remove the carpet from beneath the seat, just gently tease it out. THIRD, At the near side end of the rail there is a little black electric terminal connector, unplug this, problem solved, I just broke off the bit of polystyrene, and then slotted it back in. FOURTH, Put it all back together. Your rear seat belt sensors will no longer work though. EASY PEAZY, LEMON SQUEEZY Ho, ho, ho Leif Ellison from Cornwall

got the same on mine but on front passenger side too. No one sitting on them and alrm going off intermittendley ( 2008 308 SW) like everyone else here its been driving me mad. Last time I messed about with Peugeot electrics it caused more problems downstream. I also share the correspondents concern about insurance companies reaction so I offer an alternative. A quick search on Ebay led me to a solution. Simple clips shaped like seat belt buckles that you just slot in. My car may be a bit dim because once I put these in it was satisfied that all was well and I haven't heard the hideous alarm since. Cost about £10 for four. Fix time 2 mins. Job done. Happy days.... (finally) mark kirkham from Worcestershire

Thank you Mark Kirkham for your comment. I just ordered the clips from ebay and they solved the problem. That noise was driving me crazy, not to mention that it was really embarrassing when I had to pick friends and trips were a little longer. It's unbelievable how Peugeot is getting away from this by refusing to fix the problem while admitting that it was their fault. This is outrageous to say the least! Paulo P from Portugal

Holy crap there are a lot of us out here! I'm trying the "remove-carpet-thingy", but being non-UK it took me awhile to realise that "passenger seat" and "left side" are the same in UK lol. Oh well going to try the solution now, hope it works! / Andreas Andreas from Sweden

Just reporting back after 1hr of driving: • It seems to work. THANK YOU • All the seatbelt-lights are on, but there is no beep. The lights turn themselves off above 30km/h as per normal • The Peugout garage said "he'd never heard of anything like this before". Oh, come on. Anyway, all good here. And for those who still wonder: • Remove the chairs. • Remove the small plastic holders around the metal bar where the seats recentely sat. • Remove the plastic cover over the metal bar • Carefully lift the carpet up (there's no glue or anything) • The cable is located close to the door on the left hand side All good! Again, thanks! Andreas from Sweden

I too have this problem in my Peugeot 207. It is always the rear near side seat. Hardly anyone sits in it and it just goes off.....getting louder and louder then stops but the red light stays on for ages. Just recently it has been going of at least 3 times in a 20 minute journey, gets louder then fades then gets louder and finally stops. My kids say its casper the ghost not buckling up. I am wondering if it some kind of sensor malfunction. Going to ask the garage when I take it in for its MOT as I can't afford to shell out loads before hand. Might try the cleaning trick just incase of any loose bits of muck as got underneath and is irritating it. Emma from Worcestershire

I had Same issue with my 308sw intermittent seat belt alarms over last 12 months, random seats in the back regardless of whether passenger in there or not,seat belt trick worked for a few months then alarms came back My local dealership said it was probably the sensor strip under the carpet in the back with fault, followed Laurence from Dorset's advice above and disconnected plug under carpet, easily done and found I could pull up and replace carpet without undoing any screws Problem now gone away, i could pay for replacement sensor bar but don't want the expense and not MOT failure without one so happy days again Cheers guys Andy from Bath and North East Somerset

Submitted: 12/06/2012 09:30:08 | ID: 84396

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Bossie, South Africa

Peugeot 308

Hi, Got 308. Depollution fault on dash. Chain done, CO2 sensor done, Acceleration pedal sensor done, Diagnostic indicate: Inlet cylinder position sensor, throttle position sensor. Car wont heat up to 90 and takes up to 20 minutes, cannot drive whilst heating up as fan goes on and engin wont go over 3000 rev. Also jerking when on higher speed. Any advice?

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Had same problem .... try changing camshaft sensor , bout 30 quid hope it helps bloody 308 adrian from Cheshire

Submitted: 31/05/2017 05:33:48 | ID: 141643

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Martin Wilson, England

Peugeot 207 2008

My Peugeot 207 has its engine warning light on and anti pollution fault. Also other warning lights keep popping up like electric circuit fault and airbag light, but go back off. There`s no power loss and it`s been in Arnold Clark twice but is still not fixed. Any suggestions?

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Hello, I had anti pollution fault come up on my 207. All it needed was a new fuel filter. Hope this helps. Paul Griffin from Essex

I have the same problem with my 207. Antipollution failure light coming on intermittently plus occassionally faulty gearbox light too. Had it looked at, put on diagnostics machine, serviced and mot done this week but all the garages (been to 2 different ones) seem to suggest is clearing the codes and hoping for the best. My 207 is an automatic, petrol, 09 with 25,000 on clock. Also interested in suggestions! Claire Moggridge from Surrey

I have the same problem with my 207. Antipollution failure light coming on intermittently plus occassionally faulty gearbox light too. Had it looked at, put on diagnostics machine, serviced and mot done this week but all the garages (been to 2 different ones) seem to suggest is clearing the codes and hoping for the best. My 207 is an automatic, petrol, 09 with 25,000 on clock. Also interested in suggestions! Claire Moggridge from Surrey

Hi all, A couple of weeks ago I picked up a second hand Peugeot 207 (2008) with low mileage. After driving it for less than 50 miles the engine light came on as well as the antipollution error. I called the dealer and he said it sounded like the coil pack needed replacing. He came out with his mechanic and checked the diagnostics and indeed it was the coil pack. This was replaced and so far the car is running fine and back to normal. Nell from Bristol

Submitted: 07/11/2013 14:29:37 | ID: 57519

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Brian Thomas, England

Peugeot 207 SW 2007

I have a Peugeot 207 SW 07 plate. The dash warning light for faulty bulbs keeps activating showing faulty r/h rear brake light, r/h rear reversing, r/h rear indicator, r/h rear fog. Has anyone else experienced this fault? I have spoken to Peugeot about it but they want me to fetch it to them which I don’t want to do because they will charge me an arm and a leg for something which I think can be rectified simply. Any ideas?

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Hi Brian. I cannot answer your question but I have exactly the same problem as you describe with a 207 (year 2008). I would be very interested in knowing if you get a good answer. Happy Easter. Flemming Quist. Flemming Quist from Denmark

I wish I had an answer, I am experiencing the same problem, I hope someone can help us this Easter Jean from Surrey

Hi, I had this prob the beeping drove me insane! Have up and have into taking to a peugeot dealer, they told me it was a very common fault (1 of many) the 207cc has. what the dealer advised me in an email anout my car was "the earth wire burnt out/short circuited at the connection to the lamp. It requires a new earth wire fitted between lamp and wiring loom cost: £45.60 inc vat." Hope this helps u guys!! Although if anyone can help me with the rattle in my roof that would b great!! Driving me nuts!!! Plus my car seems to jump as if it has dirty fuel in it but garage tested it by connecting it to some computer and have basically told me I'm imagining it my cars perfect! HELP! Ruth from County Tyrone

Hi, I had this prob the beeping drove me insane! Have up and have into taking to a peugeot dealer, they told me it was a very common fault (1 of many) the 207cc has. what the dealer advised me in an email anout my car was "the earth wire burnt out/short circuited at the connection to the lamp. It requires a new earth wire fitted between lamp and wiring loom cost: £45.60 inc vat." Hope this helps u guys!! Although if anyone can help me with the rattle in my roof that would b great!! Driving me nuts!!! Plus my car seems to jump as if it has dirty fuel in it but garage tested it by connecting it to some computer and have basically told me I'm imagining it my cars perfect! HELP! Ruth from County Tyrone

I've got exactly the same problem. Please check rear lamp connector. The problem is there. The whole lamp is loosing earthing and lots of errors occurs. I've cleaned connector and socket and voila problem solved! quanto from City of Edinburgh

I've got exactly the same problem. Please check rear lamp connector. The problem is there. The whole lamp is loosing earthing and lots of errors occurs. I've cleaned connector and socket and voila problem solved! quanto from City of Edinburgh

hi, how to cure the faulty warning light problem its the earth on the rear light connector, 2 choices, firstly open the boot you will find a plastic wing nut looking screw adjacent to the light panel, unscrew this this will enable you to remove the rear light unit , you will see a panel with all the bulb connectors pull back the locating tags which will release the cover exposing the connector, simply pull out the connector you will see the pin 2nd in will be blackish maybe even burnt you maybe able to scrap and clean this up also bend the pin slightly before reassembling, this might cure it if not, choice 2 on the p c bulb board there is a 6mm diameter hole you will need a 6mm nut and bolt plus wire and crimping connectors bypass the connector and bolt the earth wire directly onto the board , choice 1or 2 will cure the fault, p.s. try the right rear side light first hope this helps JOHN Beere from Surrey

hi, how to cure the faulty warning light problem its the earth on the rear light connector, 2 choices, firstly open the boot you will find a plastic wing nut looking screw adjacent to the light panel, unscrew this this will enable you to remove the rear light unit , you will see a panel with all the bulb connectors pull back the locating tags which will release the cover exposing the connector, simply pull out the connector you will see the pin 2nd in will be blackish maybe even burnt you maybe able to scrap and clean this up also bend the pin slightly before reassembling, this might cure it if not, choice 2 on the p c bulb board there is a 6mm diameter hole you will need a 6mm nut and bolt plus wire and crimping connectors bypass the connector and bolt the earth wire directly onto the board , choice 1or 2 will cure the fault, p.s. try the right rear side light first hope this helps JOHN Beere from Surrey

My daughter had a similar problem on her 207SW. So start investigation from the previous tips. The connector was fine no signs of corrosion etc. After conducting a few tests, with extra earth wires etc. It transpired it was simply loose bulb connections, giving an intermittent signal setting off the annoying warning system. Remove all the bulbs and tweek up all the positive contacts at the base of the holders - this ensures there is increased tension to hold the bulb firmly against its earthing pin location. Half hour and no cost to fix.....been OK for the last week. RIchard Wilson from Hampshire

Well thank you John from Surrey. Spot on with solution and clear directions to achieve it. Recommend give this a go. Maggie Maggie from Somerset

These 'bulb faulty' warning lights nearly always relate to the rear lights. Most common fault I found was damp / condensation within the power connectors that plug into the back of the light cluster. It doesn't have to be much to cause the warning lights to activate. Pull out the connectors and spray a little WD40 into them, same with the light cluster socket. Should help. Always try the cheapest and simplest things first. Egryn from Gwynedd

These 'bulb faulty' warning lights nearly always relate to the rear lights. Most common fault I found was damp / condensation within the power connectors that plug into the back of the light cluster. It doesn't have to be much to cause the warning lights to activate. Pull out the connectors and spray a little WD40 into them, same with the light cluster socket. Should help. Always try the cheapest and simplest things first. Egryn from Gwynedd

I have the same with my peugeot 207 56 reg check your earth on your back lights that should solve it Mark from Lancashire

Submitted: 03/04/2014 09:36:33 | ID: 93756

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Helen, Australia

Peugeot 208

I recently purchased a Peugeot GT line 208- i have had it for 2 weeks ( now 1000Ks on the dial) Driving it yesterday at 80KPH on the freeway the engine suddenly shuddered and I lost power and slowed to 40KMH, I pressed the accelerator and nothing,so I limped along for 200 metres and stopped. A red sign flashed intermittently stating "Major Engine failure, please contact your Peugeot immediately. This could have been a potentially dangerous situation had the traffic been heavier and I was unable to pullover without someone running into the back of me. They towed it away to the nearest dealership as it was the weekend and everything's closed! I will know tomorrow. Has anyone experienced this scary situation- reminiscent of the VW cars power failure issue of 2015

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Yep, The same thing happened to me four times over 8 months and 4000 miles at random intervals. Disconnecting the battery fixes the problem but also clears the error code so the dealer will not fix it under warranty without a code. On the fourth occasion I limped the car back to the dealer with the error code (P1339 - cylinder 3 coil problem) and the dealer simply switched coils 1 and 3 to see if it made any difference. No, it didn't - failed again after 60 miles, so I drove the car to the nearest VW dealer and part-exchanged it against a new Polo. Until you have experienced this type of total, unexpected power failure you don't realize how dangerous it can be. Dealer totally unsympathetic and I'm glad to be rid of the car. wilywhitewombat from Herefordshire

I fear for you with this car. I had a 208 1.6 HDIe and have NEVER owned a car with as many engine problems. They were almost all to do with the engine management system. Barely a week would go by without another light and terrifying beeping sound coming on. I spent a fortune replacing filters, sensors, converters etc etc. Eventually after yet another engine management light incident I was told I needed a new alternator and battery, "just £1600 you know". I cut my losses and sold the heap of junk for £3000 after having spent a similar amount on repairs. I since have bought a £1500 9 year old VW Polo and it hasn't given me any bother in 15,000 miles. Stephen Kyle from County Down

Submitted: 07/05/2017 11:23:12 | ID: 141146

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Ana, Portugal

Peugeot 208

Hi, my daughter has a 208 Peugeot from 2015. Sometimes the display "dies", it turns black. No informations, no music, nothing. After 20-30 mns it comes back to normal. The heat had something to do with that? Any help appreciated thank you

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I've found this fault a few times too I found that if you hold the menu button in when it does it for about 15s it turns it off completely, then just hold it again to turn it back on hope this helps for now Sean from Merseyside

Submitted: 29/04/2017 16:53:24 | ID: 141001

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M draper, Buckinghamshire

Peugeot Expert

My problem is my rear left side back door top latch will not work on the lever I've checked and it looks like the cable connecting the top catch has snapped How easy is this to change

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easy fix, a bit tight in the door panel but I have changed the bottom catch and re-attached the top one a few times, careful not to lose the small plastic clip that attaches the rod to the release catch. it can fall into the door but is generally easy to find with a bit of wire. steve abrahams from Lincolnshire

Submitted: 11/03/2017 19:47:49 | ID: 139763

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Claire Todd, England

Peugeot 207 CC 2010

When unlocking my Peugeot 207 CC the mirrors do not automatically open. Does anyone have any ideas as driving without them is dangerous?

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Inside the car where your mirror controls are where you select left and right mirrors pull it backwards while the ignition is on this toggle open and close states of the mirrors Chris Bee from England

Thanks so much! Just had a panic as thought my electrics had gone! Problem solved CSS from England

Brilliant!! Both my mirrors had locked closed and weren't opening. Just gone out to car and followed above instruction - all sorted - fabulous!!! Thank you so much ???????? Mags.B from Cheshire

Big help - Sorted it THANKS ! Jon from Surrey

Great simple advice problem sorted many thanks Barry from Bournemouth

Submitted: 20/09/2012 09:39:53 | ID: 81148

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Jason Johnston, Ireland

Peugeot 308

Hi. I have a very annoying dull humming noise coming from my car but it stops a if I gently rub the break or gently turn the wheel can you identify the problem please. Regards. Jason.

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Check the front wheel bearings. Mick from Portugal

Submitted: 02/08/2017 22:56:23 | ID: 142876

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Rona Bromwich, Essex

Peugeot 107

How much petrol or miles do I have left when the reserve tank beeps: motorway and urban driving please?

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About 5. Rathi from Surrey

Submitted: 15/05/2015 19:08:27 | ID: 116067

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Steph Shirley, West Midlands

Peugeot 107

Hi, I have an 09 Peugeot 107 manual, 1 litre. After filling up this morning, I drove about 100m away and my car beeped, just once. The same beep you get if you only have one bar of petrol. I didn't think anything of it but driving home from work (about 30 miles, motorway driving) I heard the beep again, just one single beep. There are no warning lights on the dashboard, nothing else seems to be strange. I've read that constant beeping can mean a problem with the clutch, but it's just a single beep so I aren't sure. I drive around 45 miles a day. I've had it for about 8 months and nothing has gone wrong yet (that I can tell at least) Can anyone shed any light on what this might be? Thanks!

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Mine did that it was the gear box you will get a beep when engine doesnt like what gear its in although took dealer 11mths with no luck and local garage 5mins to diagnose Mrs Tanya E Benford from Cornwall

Submitted: 21/12/2016 19:54:37 | ID: 137520

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Gemma, Yorkshire

Peugeot 207 2007

I have started to get a warning light saying "STOP Oil pressure too low" on my 2007 Peugeot 207 with only 24,000 miles on the clock. When I am driving the car the light goes off but as soon as I stop the car it comes back on and starts bleeping. Does anyone know what is wrong with my car and is it a big job to fix? I will never buy a Peugeot again as I have already spent £700 on various things for this car that should not be happening at this age. Can anyone help?

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Hi Gemma, we had exactly the same problem. When we took it back to the garage, they said the head gasket had gone on the car. They changed this, we got it back and within 20 minutes, the same thing happened. It went back again and they discovered the wrong oil filter had been fitted. This was changed and it’s been fine since Simon Hoole from England

Hi, I too am having the same issue - only had the car since Saturday! Been in for a full service and all new filters etc, and again back in the garage - they think it’s a wiring problem and I shouldn’t worry. Kinda scary when it beeps at me though. Oil is all correct! Gemma from Northamptonshire

I have had the same problem for 3 years and still not resolved! Ive had the pressure switch changed 3 times,re-wiring, numerous oil changes and filter changes and its fine for about 3 months but then the cycle starts again.This time round I have now got a tapping noise coming from the engine alongside the warning coming on again. Its booked in with a peugot dealer next week so we'll see what they say..... Dave from West Yorkshire

I have had the same problem for 3 years and still not resolved! Ive had the pressure switch changed 3 times,re-wiring, numerous oil changes and filter changes and its fine for about 3 months but then the cycle starts again.This time round I have now got a tapping noise coming from the engine alongside the warning coming on again. Its booked in with a peugot dealer next week so we'll see what they say..... Dave from West Yorkshire

Not something to treat lightly, as I've just found. Also had the warning as well as the engine oil pressure warning; both seem related in this particular problem. Technician could not diagnose directly, so went through a number of expensive replacements on a trial and error basis (catalytic converter, oil pump, then told timing chain tensioner broken... fortuitously broken part had not ground the engine to smithereens). On further investigation technician found this is a fault with Peugeot 207 engines (Mini too), subject of a recall to replace the crankshaft timing chain sprocket (timing pinion)... seems to be the common problem, showing up with rather innocuous seeiming warnings.. Manuel from South Africa

My peugeot 207 10 plate had exactly same problem oil warning light came on 5 month after purchase topped oil up approx week later the car had a catastrophic loss of oil and had to be towed to garage it now won't hold any oil in engine at all currently with peugeot for investigation but timing pinion was mentioned. KP from Northumberland

We also had this problem with our 2009 Peugeot 207. It only happens in the summer when it's very hot weather and we have the aircon on. It was pretty scary, driving at 90 kmh and the engine just cut out. Pulled over and within a few seconds could start the engine starts again. Didn't happen once all winter and today, as it was quite hot, we had the aircon on and it happened again! Checked oil level and it is fine. Tonia from France

Hay to all! led me answer yor question about oil presure.... I had 2 peugeots in my garage for solving the oil presure and after changin the filters and senzors whee canclude the oil presure pump is at the failing point... changed the pump has solved the problem stani from Slovenia

Submitted: 02/02/2011 09:45:52 | ID: 69554

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Singh, Derbyshire

Peugeot 307

Peugeot 307 The word OFF and LIN 66 have appeared in the panel that shows the mileage reading of my Peugeot 307 . Can anybody tell me what this means?

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On the left hand side of steering wheel you will find the controls for your cruise control,it looks the same as your radio remote control,on the stalk is a part you can turn with your fingers,you need to turn it until it turns your cruise control off and your speed limit off,usually in the middle setting,I hope this helps. Kevin from Kent

Submitted: 07/07/2017 13:43:22 | ID: 142423

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Steve, Kent

Peugeot 308 2009

Hi, I’ve read somewhere that there is an Aux port in the glove box of my Peugeot 308 so that I can plug in my MP3 player, however I can’t locate it in mine. The glove box looks very small and most of that it taken up by the fuse box - am I being daft or is it there somewhere? Thanks.

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There are 2 connectors in mine. One Red and one White. You need an aux cable to fit both of them for good sound. They are in plain sight right next to the fuse box. If you can’t see them you probably don’t have them William Stuart from Lincolnshire

In our 2010 version, on the RHS of the fuse box - should be a smaller box with red and white input sockets? Bugsy C from Australia

I have the same car, found and bought a red and white plug but I can seem to switch the radio to aux, is there a technique behind this? There is no aux button and I have tried holding the rest? Tom from Hartlepool

I have the same car, found and bought a red and white plug but I can seem to switch the radio to aux, is there a technique behind this? There is no aux button and I have tried holding the rest? Tom from Hartlepool

I have the same car, found and bought a red and white plug but I can seem to switch the radio to aux, is there a technique behind this? There is no aux button and I have tried holding the rest? Tom from Hartlepool

There should be a button saying SOURCE. Push it until you find the aux option on the screen Luke from Bristol

Submitted: 21/01/2013 16:17:06 | ID: 89055

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Glyn Smith, Lancashire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, I have a Peugeot Boxer autocruise starfure Motorhome. The front brake warning light came on and I had my front brake pads replaced. Since having them replaced I have only done 1200 miles and the warning light has come on again, can you advise

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check by the clutch pedal on floor is there an oil patch if so hydraulic clutch leaking new seals needed. mines on its way out and needs new seals. Rick Bennett from Portsmouth

Submitted: 12/03/2017 15:54:28 | ID: 139792

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Paul Routley , Warwickshire

Peugeot 206

Hi I gav a peugout 206 sw when I put my key in the ignition the car won't start no clicking nothing.lights are on the dashboard. Leave the car car for a few hrs then it starts?

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Yeah had exactly same problem with my Peugeot if you leave for a while it starts it is the starter motor needs replacing i'm 99% sure of that Louise from Middlesex

Yeah had exactly same problem with my Peugeot if you leave for a while it starts it is the starter motor needs replacing i'm 99% sure of that Louise from Middlesex

It's Common problem! Simply shift your automatic gear stick from parking to D and to parking again and start the car. If it does not start try it twice or more all lights on dash will be back & it will surely start. It could be some electrical circuit bellow gear stick. Old Peugeot have several electrical issues & few mysteries which are not known to their service centers even & solved automatically. Sadique from United Arab Emirates

Submitted: 11/10/2014 06:49:01 | ID: 104416

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Kevin mcnamara, Middlesex

Peugeot Partner

Beeping noise can't stop it no lights on dash

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It may be the battery. My van does this and usually goes away after leaving the van for a few minutes lucia huerta from West Midlands

Submitted: 04/07/2017 20:45:00 | ID: 142363

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Luciano Martins, Midlothian

Peugeot 308

How do I connect my Bluetooth to my Peugeot 308 2010, I can't see any Bluetooth setting or anything?? Any can help me please thanks ...

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Activate blue tooth of Phone, set menu to Telephone, Configure, wait until it finds your Phone, then press PIN 1234 on telephone. Jan from Netherlands

Submitted: 03/06/2017 13:46:09 | ID: 141709

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J Thewlis, West Yorkshire

Peugeot 3008

I have recently acquired the above model car which is also an automatic. I am not sure if it has an alarm fitted. There is a button in the car for the alarm but it does not appear to work. I wondered if this model was actually fitted with an alarm or it isn't working.

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The button inside the car, if it looks like a car with an upside down rainbow inside it and the word off beneath then that is to turn the internal motion sensor off when you park up so you can lock the car with an animal like a dog inside without the alarm going off. Dave Barratt from Derbyshire

Submitted: 29/06/2017 21:24:04 | ID: 142267

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Paul hughes, Worcestershire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi can you give me some advice regarding the motor home I have just purchased. Engine is the 2.5 turbo diesel drove it for two weekends third weekend would not start , engine turns over but will not fire up tried draining fuel pump that was clear . Would this model have fuel lift pump of any kind not sure how the system works have only basic knowledge.

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Hi Paul,if you haven't sorted out your problem yet,open the bonnet of the motor home and look at the back left hand side close to the battery,there should be a fuel cut off switch there which may have tripped out,reset it and try again.hope this helps john hargreaves from Yorkshire

Submitted: 25/05/2017 17:39:29 | ID: 141550

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James, Fife

Peugeot RCZ

Spoiler doesn't work on automatic mode

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you have to be doing 90 mph for 3 minuets for it to open up completely dennis from Wiltshire

Submitted: 06/06/2017 21:57:50 | ID: 141772

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mike, Staffordshire

Peugeot Boxer

Hi, my boxer/elddis motorhome just reached 9000 miles when on start-up I get 'change oil' warning, then disappears. Had oil changed only 7 months ago and have done about 4000 miles since. Suspect engineer did not reset display correctly or could the oil be contaminated? Oil level and dipstick reading normal. Any ideas?

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Hi have you tried pressing and holding trip button and holding whilst turning ignition on ? Rob copper from West Sussex

Have just had same problem myself which was cleared by having the service counter reset Ken from Lancashire

Submitted: 09/05/2017 21:44:21 | ID: 141199

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Geoff Kay, Lancashire

Peugeot Boxer

1997 boxer 2lr petrol motorhome. Red light comes on and off on the far left of the dashboard next to the green turn indicators. No symbol on the red light just a blank red light. No body at my local garage knows what it is. Has anybody any ideas? If not I will have to go to Peugeot and ask.

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hi geof if red light flashes on and off indicates a fault in the operation of the injection or ignition system its called ENGINE OPERATION WARNING LAMP [AUTODIAGNOSTICS] REGARDS PAUL paul willis from East Riding of Yorkshire

Submitted: 28/06/2017 11:24:25 | ID: 142218

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gordon mcf, Oxfordshire

Peugeot 308

inside the car stays very bot around 35 C and cabin cooling does not work when car going. car interior stays hot when not left to cool down. how can I get the cabin cooling to work?

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Your heating and ventilation system may be stuck in recirculation mode, not allowing any fresh air from outside to be drawn in. Hugh from City of Glasgow

Submitted: 06/07/2017 17:03:10 | ID: 142402

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Pete, Ceredigion

Peugeot 308

After a month or so off road, we attempted to start up our 308. As there was ice on the wind shield I tried turning on the blowers to de-ice However there's no air coming out at all even on highest setting (not hot, not cold, nothing at all) when pressing the different options for feet/hand/windscreen, I can hear the mechanism moving the 'diffuser' or whatever it's called to the correct position, but no air comes out at all. I've checked the 40A fuse under the bonnet and it looks fine Any ideas?

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Hi Pete, We have exactly the same problem as yours after our Peugeot 308 SW has been off road for almost 2 months. We took it to a nearby garage and were told that there's no power to the heater fan resistor and suggested to book in with a Peugeot dealer for further checking and repair. We just wonder if your car's problem has been resolved and would appreciate any advice you may have for us please. Thank you very much for your kind assistance. Lorraine King from Wiltshire

We have the same problem with our Peugeot 308 T7 HDi. We left it for a month and the air con has stopped working altogether, no heat/cold or fan. We recharged the battery because that was flat but the air con is still not working. Melany James from Australia

Submitted: 09/02/2017 23:12:30 | ID: 138846

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