ABS problem 406 V6 saloon MY97

Discussion in 'Peugeot 406' started by John Banks, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. John Banks

    John Banks Guest

    No ABS light on firing it up or at any time.

    ABS works fine for the first five minutes or so after starting the engine.

    After that until the engine is restarted basically the ABS does not work and
    the wheels lock up. Turning the engine off then on and it works again.

    Wonder if someone has disconnected an ABS light?

    Any info on reading ABS fault codes?

    I found the fault code list, but no way of reading the fault codes.

    Originally I thought it was a sensor problem (since it appeared
    intermittent), so removed/checked/cleaned etc all to no avail. Only tonight
    realised that it seems time based from starting the engine and then fails
    until the engine is restarted.

    I would really imagine there should be an ABS light given that it becomes


    John Banks
    John Banks, Jul 29, 2003
  2. John Banks

    John Banks Guest

    Error was 6910 ring gear wrong number of teeth, but the Bosch list of codes
    could not determine which wheel this was. I was advised that two different
    brands of tyre on the same axle could cause the problem - they were worn so
    I changed them, but no improvement.

    A Citroen diagnostics machine plugged in gave 0910 as the error which is
    incoherent sensor signals.

    Next step is to get 4 channel scope on it whilst driving. It seems that it
    is speed related, as soon as you go over say 60 mph once the ABS doesn't
    work again until the engine is restarted.

    Tyre size is 205/55R16, OEM size is 205/60R15, but this is a Peugeot
    accessory wheel and the rolling circumference should be the same.
    John Banks, Aug 8, 2003
  3. John Banks

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    Sorted with the correct driveshaft. ABS bulb put back in :rolleyes:
    John Banks, Aug 19, 2003
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