Anti pollution error

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by lardychris, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. lardychris

    lardychris Guest

    I have been experiencing terrible trouble with my 307 HDI D Turbo. The anti
    pollution warning light has now come three times in a couple of months and
    the car has either completely stopped or gone into hop home mode. I have
    taken it to a Peugeot dealer who informed me that the car requires a
    complete replacement of the fuel system due to Iron Filings being found in
    the Fuel Filter Housing. £2750.00 yeh right !! has anyone else experienced
    such problems and found a resolution ?
    lardychris, Jun 14, 2005
  2. lardychris

    G.T Guest

    I've heard of such a case with my parent's boss. His car (2001 307 HDi) had
    the same problem as he was complaining about the lack of power. Same
    diagnostics, same solution, almost same price. The complete fuel system
    (including tank, IIRC) has been replaced last year or this year (my memory
    makes me doubt), out of warranty, fully paid by Pug.
    G.T, Jun 14, 2005
  3. lardychris

    Nom Guest

    If that's what they want to do, then go ahead and let them. It's not gonna
    come out of your pocket, as it's obviously a manufacturing defect.
    Nom, Jun 15, 2005
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