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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-03-2011
NOTE: The LH fender is shown, the RH fender is similar. 1. NOTE: The pin-type retainers are a one-time use item, and new pin-type retainers must be installed after removal. If equipped with an engine compartment lamp, remove the pin-type retainers and position the hood insulation aside. 2. If equipped, release the wiring harness locators and disconnect the engine compartment lamp electrical connector. 3. NOTE: Two technicians needed to carry out this step. NOTE: Support the hood with a suitable hood support. Remove the hood. Mark the hinge locations and remove the hood hinge bolts. 4. Remove the front bumper cover. For additional information, refer to Section 501-19. 5. Remove the fender splash shield. For additional information, refer to Fender Splash Shield—LH or Fender Splash Shield—RH in this section. 6. Release the wiring harness and the hood latch release cable locators. 7. Remove the ground wire bolt. 8. Remove the pin-type retainer and position the rocker panel moulding aside. 9. Remove the fender rear bolts. 10. Remove the fender rear bolts. 11. Remove the fender upper bolts. 12. Remove the fender bolts. 13. Remove the fender brace bolt. 14. Remove the fender to radiator support bolts. 15. Remove the radiator grille opening panel bolt. 16. Remove the fender bolts. 17. Remove the radiator grille opening panel bolt. 18. NOTE: On the RH fender, an assistant is needed to support the fender when removing this bolt. Remove the fender rear bolt and the fender. Installation 1. Position the fender. 2. Install the fender rear bolts.
Filed Under (Peugeot) by admin on 17-04-2010
Fault Caller reported that the Electro Hydraulic Power Steering system (EHPS) was not operating after a low speed accident.
Peugeot dealer reported that if the vehicle is involved in an accident impact which is in excess of approx 1g of impact force, the EHPS control module (ECM) will default to an accident safe mode. Vehicles
In the accident safe mode, the electro-hydraulic power steering system defaults to minimum power steering assistance and will not return to normal operation until the EHPS is interrogated with self diagnostic equipment to check for fault codes, and if no faults are found the EHPS, is reset
Filed Under (Peugeot) by admin on 27-08-2009
206, 307, 406, 607, 807 TUNING & EMISSIONS SERVICE ADJUSTMENT LUBRICANTS & CAPACITIES IGNITION SYSTEM FUEL SYSTEM TIGHTENING TORQUES BRAKE DISKS & BRAKE DRUM
Filed Under (Peugeot) by admin on 12-03-2011
1/Place vehicle on ramp or axle stands. Open Bonnet/Hood. Remove the 4xT20 torx screws from the top edge of the bumper. Remove the T20 torx screw within each wheelarch. Remove the 2x10mm bolts and the 4 plastic clips that retain the lower edge of the bumper. Remove the front sections of both front wheelarch liners by removing the plastic retaining clips. Once the arch liners are loose you can gain access to the 2x10mm bolts each side that retain the bumper to the front wing/fender. Disconnect the fog light connections either side and lift the whole front bumper section clear. See pictures below. 2/ Remove the plastic grille on the upper right of the engine bay by turning the 2 slots through 90 degrees to the right. Remove both complete headlamps, these are retained by 3x10mm screws and the single electrical connection to each headlight. 3/ Remove the 2x13mm bolts at the top of the radiator panel as shown below. Loosen the 2x hose clips at the top of the convoluted hoses from the intercooler. Completely remove the 2 plastic air pipes located on top of the engine (the 2 leading to the intercooler hoses) by removing the 2x10mm bolts that retain each pipe. Remove the single air conditioning pipe bracket on the lower left as you look at the front of the car (see picture below). Push the top intercooler retaining clip through the radiator panel so the top edge of the intercooler is free. Disconnect the single electrical connection to the intercooler fan system. Remove the crash bar by removing the 6x13mm bolts. Lift the radiator panel slightly upwards and forwards so it is free from the locators. Now lift the intercooler upwards and o ut from the engine bay (you may need help here to lift both the radiator panel and the intercooler from its location at the same time) Be careful not to damage the small bore water overflow pipes that run just behind the intercooler.
Filed Under (Peugeot) by admin on 12-03-2011
How to enter MENU mode on all PSA vehicles EXCEPT C2,C3 Press and hold simultaneously On C4 Vehicles use STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS as per manufacturer’s instructions. How to enter MENU mode on C2 & C3 vehicles Press and hold simultaneously 2 A D O TOOLS REQUIRED. Torx driver T8 2x Single DIN Radio Release Keys. 1 REMOVAL OF PEUGEOT 407 & C5 HEADUNIT. REMOVAL OF PEUGEOT 207, 307 & C4 HEADUNIT