406 replacement injection pump immobiliser

Discussion in 'Peugeot 406' started by dbastille, Jun 1, 2005.

  1. dbastille

    dbastille Guest

    does anyone know of a way of bypassing the diesel inj pump immobiliser pump
    code.Even if you take the casing of the back of the pump and cut the single
    wire and give it 12v, it wont rev just idle. Spoke to puegeot and they say
    68 +vat to reprogramme the code!!! Any help with getting this tto run
    would be most apreciated. You can gbet me on or
    tesco .net
     
    dbastille, Jun 1, 2005
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  2. Hi,

    Is your car a 406 2,0 HDI?

    and what year?

    TIH
     
    Tih H via CarKB.com, Jun 2, 2005
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  3. dbastille

    sid Guest

    "> does anyone know of a way of bypassing the diesel inj pump immobiliser
    pump
    Try LSUK. They will be cheaper than peugeot but don't know if they cater for
    the 406. They reset the code to default factory setting via software. They
    can also bypass the imobiliser.
     
    sid, Jun 3, 2005
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  4. dbastille

    dbastille Guest

    hi do you have LSUk number?
    dave
     
    dbastille, Jun 4, 2005
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  5. Found this with a Google search. Is it what you are looking for?

    http://www.lsuk.co.uk/
     
    Keith Willcocks, Jun 5, 2005
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  6. dbastille

    dbastille Guest

    hi all
    thanks for your input, but it looks ,like i may have to buy anotherm
    engine complete, spoke to lsuk and they said ring bosch, soke to a techie
    there and he said try to look at any oil in the intercooler which is
    acting as fuel bcos i mentioned the main reason for repalcing the pump was
    bcos the original one revved by itself for no reason to 5000 rpm even when
    i pulled the key out. Which makes sense if you think about what he said. If
    there is oil in the intercooler then it would rev even wen the key is
    pulled out.So ive decided to put the orginal pump back on and see for a
    fault elsewhere other than the pump. Has anyone had a similar over revving
    occurance??
    dave
     
    dbastille, Jun 7, 2005
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  7. dbastille

    Nik&Andy Guest

    Yes, my 406 2.1TD does this after a good hammering, I now know it's
    because the turbo bearings are leaking oil and it has a blocked breather
    system, I think mine needs a good seing to.
    I will wave a 1/2" voodoo stick at it sometime.

    Andy
     
    Nik&Andy, Jun 7, 2005
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