peugoet parner 1.9d faults

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by pugpartner, Mar 13, 2007.

  1. pugpartner

    pugpartner Guest

    Hi all new boy here...

    i have a peugoet partner 1.9d x reg....the following problem has
    occured driving along the rev counter stopped working van still run ok
    though i stopped turned off the ignition went to start it again
    however there was no battery light, ecu light, glow plug light
    basically nearly all the dash light did not although the van started
    again. but indicators, washer wipe, inside fan did not work untill i
    rev’d the engine then the battery light came on and went off and every
    worked. turned off the engine went to start it up again no lights
    again and no washer etc. also the when first started the battery is
    charging at 11.9v untill i rev it then the batt light comes and goes
    off battery charges at 14.3v.

    sorry it is so long winded has any one any idea of what the problem
    could be.....oh and all fuses are intact.
    many thanks
    pugpartner, Mar 13, 2007
  2. I'll start with a disclaimer: I'm by no means an expert, so take
    everything I say with a cellar or two of salt...

    However, it sounds like at the very least the regulator in the
    alternator has malfunctioned, so a recon. alternator is probably the
    first step. If the regulator did go pop, then you could potentially
    have had quite large voltages on the +v supply. I'm not familiar enough
    with the electronics on the Partner to say for sure, but it's possible
    that the module controlling the dash, instruments and accessories has
    been damaged if high voltages were present for any length of time.

    I'd start with a recon. alt. and if that doesn't cure the problem start
    looking at wiring diagrams for common elements to all the items which
    aren't working normally.

    Good luck.
    Albert T Cone, Mar 14, 2007
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