106 XND Wont move

Discussion in 'Peugeot 106' started by Teznie, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. Teznie

    Teznie Guest

    Hi, I tried to pull away this morning and my car wont move. The front end
    seems to start to pull away (making the rear of the car dip) but it just
    wont budge.

    I haven’t moved the car in just over a week and the weather has been
    quite warm. I tried putting the car in neutral and pushing it, but it
    still wont move. I wanted to try to reverse to see if that worked any
    better but someone has parked right up my arse (as usual) so that’s not
    option until they move. I figure something has seized but that’s just a
    Teznie, Aug 8, 2006
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    Nom Guest

    Handbrake is seized on the rear wheels.

    In future, don't leave the handbrake on if you're leaving it for more than a few
    hours - just leave the car in gear instead.
    Nom, Aug 8, 2006
  3. Teznie

    Teznie Guest

    Thanks, I discounted the handbrake as I have managed to pull away with it
    on before, but if its seized I guess that could be it, How do I unseize
    Teznie, Aug 8, 2006
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    p.cowburn Guest

    I bought and xnd recently from a garage - the ex-owner had sold it to
    the garage as the back axle had siezed somehow - the only repair was a
    replacement axle which the garage salvaged from another scrap 106. I
    don't know how common this is on 106's and I hope your problem isn't
    similar but its just a thought ??
    p.cowburn, Aug 8, 2006
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