How do you get a new 306 diesel car key when you've lost the master?
take your VIN numbber to a dealer. it also helps to have proof of ownership. was just wondering, whats a vin number? where would i find it? cos i have lost the keys of my peogeout 306 and im wondering how to get spares Your VIN number (or Chassis number) is etched under the bonnet, on to the bulkhead of the car (the Facelifted model has it on the back left hand side at the top near the fire wall). The number will probably start with a V. Take a note of the number and take that, along with any documentation you got with the car and the FULL 2 page V5 Logbook (your legal ownership document) to your nearest Peugeot Dealer and request a new set of keys from them.
Hi will a peugeot 406 2.1 diesel engine fit in your peugeot 205 diesel van or will it be better to fit a 306 dturbo can some one help with this question?
question please send me code Peugeot 306 .9 diesel car Model no clarion cdc634 digital audio / 6 disc CD changer please send me this CD player code thank you Answer please send me code Peugeot 306 .9 diesel car Model no clarion cdc634 digital audio / 6 disc CD changer please send me this CD player code thank you my email address asad_al.com
this will happen on all diesel engines (if its going to make reasonable power) its basically soot/carbon from the exhaust and unburnt diesel. on some high power turbo diesel cars there is proper plumes of black smoke. you only need be worried if there is blue smoke while on boost as this means the turbo is shot. but black = good
pug diesel turbo r good for 150,,,170 thousand miles... The above answer is mad I bought my partner a pug 306 D its done 130,000 miles I dont know for sure if its ever been replaced but it was in serious danger of snapping when I checked it. A manual for this car will state a chgange every 72000 miles max but recommend every 36,000miles. Using the above advice im sorry is dangerous. I hope…
No only if its got a 't' in it. It will be 70 BHP diesel, same as 1.6 petrol (But all Diesel engines are a "turbo" - it's how the diesel engine works." All diesel engines are not turbo charged !!! The easiest way to identify if the engine is turbo charged is to look at the exhaust manifold and see if you can see a turbo, a normally aspirated engine will have the exhaust…