Probably could make it fit with a lot of work. Its not something i would do though, far too much to convert. As well as the engine you will need custom engine mounts, new fuel tank, fuel lines, engine wiring harness, engine ecu, display clocks. Upon this you have the fact that the 206 is a multiplexed wiring system with lots of control ECUs, so getting it to integrate with the older 306 ecu etc(if…
You have a peugeot 306 the orange engine light with what looks a k in it has come on what does this mean?
According to the manual it means engine failure sensed in the Electronic Control Unit or a fault in the ECU. This is coming up on my car also but I dont know why. The idle revs on my car when not used for a few hours are also running low and it cuts out. I must drive it first for a couple of minutes for it to stablise. I found a forum called www.pug206.net which…
the symbol of the engine with the lightening in the middle means your ecu has gone it "safe mode", also known as "limp home mode" , this means your ecu has detected a fault on your ecu/engine/braking systems. A mechanic with a fualt code reader will be needed to get your ecu to tell him whats at fault
Disconnect battery for 10 minutes.Re-connect,then turn the key to second position for around 10 seconds. start the engine,and turn all electrical systems on eg, heater,lights, , stereo etc, (this allows the alternator to adjust for max load) run at idle until warm and the cooling fan cuts in. Ecu is now reset
It is indicating that there is a problem with the Engine Control Unit (ECU). This is normally due to a failure of one of the many sensors feeding it, temperature, air pressure, throttle position, Lambda sensor etc. Check for loose wires in the engine bay first. It needs to be diagnosed on an agent's computer diagnostic system, which will then tell them what the probable cause is.
It means that there is a problem with the engine management system. (ECU). One of the sensors monitoring temperature, air/vacuum pressure, throttle position, etc is out of range. This can be due to a failure of one of the sensors or the wiring to it. You will need to diagnose the problem via a main agent with their computer diagnostic system.
The most likely cause of this problem is a faulty engine coolant temprature sensor It will send a fault code to the ECU which will then illuminate the engine management light. It will also send false information to the ECU making the ECU believe that the engine is hot this will result in the cooling fans running constantly or coolant leakage.
No. ECU generally stands for Engine Control Unit, i.e. the brain or nerve centre for engine. Without it - no go. With that said, not all cars have an ECU. An older car with a carburetor, old-fashioned distributor and all that will run quite happily entirely without anything even remotely similar to an ECU. A Diesel car may not have an ECU etc etc.