Any online brakers should have parts or you could try ebay, a lot of breakers sell there
Theres two 10mm bolts at the back of the engine... bottom of the manifold... open these... then theres 3 rubber hangers.... one either side of back box and one on the centerpipe in front of the petrol tank.
On a 307sw THERE IS A RUBBER BULB AT THE BACK OF THE ENGINE( REMOVE THE PLASTIC COVER ON TOP OF THE ENGINE FIRST BY LIFTING UPWARDS ) SQUEEZE THIS SEVERAL TIMES TO BRING THE FUEL THROUGH TO THE ENGINE.
An oil filter gasket is the rubber seal at the bottom of the oil filter that seats on the engine.
Toothed rubber Cambelt
It's near the front of the engine compartment and has ( 2 ) rubber hoses connecting it to the engine ( at the top and the bottom of the radiator on opposite ends )
follow the bottom radiator hose which goes into the engine. where the rubber house stops is the thermostat metal housing with two bolts holding it onto the engine block.
You can't without extensive modifications, adding counter balancers, etc. The cheapest way is to isolate the vibration by mounting the engine on rubber bushings. Place the bushings between the engine and the and the mounting surface - like big rubber washers.
The radiator is at the front of the engine compartment . It connects to the engine with ( 2 ) large rubber hoses , 1 at the top of the radiator and 1 at the bottom of the radiator at the opposite end
the diagnostic socket on peugeot 307 is under the ash tray( behind the gear lever). Lift up and remove the rubber pad and there it is. Dave
they are small planes which are powered by rubber bands
In the front area of the engine compartment . It has 2 good size rubber hoses that connect it to the engine. 1 that runs from the engine to the top of the radiator and a 2nd hose that runs from the bottom of the radiator on the other end to the water pump on the engine .
It is bolted to the front bottom passenger side of the engine. It is round in shape and will have a medal line and 2 rubber lines going to it.
The Mickey Toddler Socks don't have rubber strips on the bottom, but paired with a good pair of shoes it shouldn't be an issue.
Cut the rubber seal and gently push the windscreen out.
You can't without ruining the rubber.
i is a small,light ,powered by rubber band plane
Those "rubber looking caps" in the valve cover are the spark plug wire boots. At the bottom of the hole is the spark plug. The oil you refer to is engine oil.
Check that the solenoid is working and is the right one. Make sure the rubber is good and that the middle has not dropped out.
engine rubber mounts or timin out
They are small airplanes which use rubber elastic bands as their power source
Most home improvement stores sell rubber stoppers for the bottom of furniture. It will stop the sliding without damaging the laminate surface.
it is on the rear of the engine below the engine. There is a rubber hose coming out of the motor and the drain plug is inside the rubber hose.
Check manifold housing and inner rubber housing of gear near timing belt. Peugeot parts and assembly pathetic.