peugeot 307 front mudguard
You are searching repair manual in PDF format about peugeot 307 front mudguard use another keyword for search another post or files
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 (Toyota) by admin on 15-01-2011
1. Clean Mudguard Mounting Areas. (a) Clean and degrease front and rear body panels where mudguard is to be located using 3M Prep Sol-70. 2. Installation of Front Mudguard (a) Starting with the passenger side front wheel well, remove the two socket head screws and retain. (Fig 2-1) (b) Using the nylon pry tool, remove and discard the vehicle’s bottom plastic fastener as shown. (Fig 2-2) (c) Position front mud guard in place and align the three mounting locations. Insert the plastic fastener included in the kit into the bottom mount location. Ensure fastener body is fully seated and depress center pin fully until it locks into place. (Fig 2-3) (d) Using the two screws removed in step 2-a, install the top screw first. Push mudguard tightly against fender and tighten. Then install the (2nd) lower screw. Push mudguard tightly against fender and tighten. (Fig 2-4) NOTE: Turn the steering wheel to make it easier to work inside the tire area. (e) tighten the screws so they will not become loose. (f) Repeat above steps for driver side. 3. Installation of Rear Mudguard NOTE: FOR KLUGER VEHICLE APPLICATION (AUSTRALIA) ONLY: If Vehicle is fitted with OE rear mudguard (plain type), remove and install accessory mudguard PT908-48080 (moulded type) using existing holes and existing fasteners. (a) Starting with the passenger side, locate the two bolts directly behind the rear wheel. Remove and retain the vehicle’s bottom bolt closest to the tire and install the M6 nut spring on the bottom inboard hole. (Fig 3-1) (b) Locate the two dimples on the rear bumper lip. (fig 3-2) (c) Install the #10 nut springs over the dimples on the rear bumper lip (lower two locations) (Fig 3-3) (d) Screw the #10 x 0.6” screws into the nut springs ensuring the screws go through the dimples into the rear bumper. (e) Remove the two screws and retain.
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
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 30-01-2011
1. Clean Mudguard Mounting Areas. (a) Clean and degrease front and rear body panels where mudguard is to be located using 3MTM Prepsolvent-70. 2. Installation of Front Mudguards. (a) Put the front mudguard in place and install the grommet into the lower mounting hole (one location). (Fig. 2-1) (b) Secure the front mudguard to the inner panel using the tapping screws (four locations). (Fig. 2-1) NOTE: Turn the steering wheel to make it easier to work inside the wheel well. When tightening the screws, push the front mud guard onto the inner panel to remove the gap between the front mud guard and the inner panel. (c) Fully tighten the tapping screws so that they will not become loose. 3. Installation of Rear Mudguards. (a) Remove the screws and tapping screws securing the rear bumper to the inner panel. (Fig. 3-1) Screw (hexagonal): One location Tapping screw: One location