Im affraid that to remove the water pump from a Peugeot 405 is not a simple procedure and requires proffessional attendance. The water pump lies under the main engine and in order to remove it u need to also remove the timing belt and puting back in place the timing belt is not simple. Failure to time correctly the timing belt will result in engine mallfunction or very poor performance.
Considering that it's engine was strikingly similar to the Pakyan 1600cc I4, my guess would be that it would be similar in ignition sequence too. The Pakyan sequence was 1,3,4,2.
If you have the right tools its not too bad. To make life easy you need to remove the inlet manifold. Then remove the cables with 8mm spanner. Now you can get the plugs and they'll be tight. You really need to use a 12mm socket and you might need a bar. After you got them all out putting the new ones in is really easy.
probably, abs eror light.because my citroen bx has got same type light. hi from turkey That light is the "water in diesel fuel" light. Ive had it on in my 405 diesel too. Does it look like a bucket with water in it with lines on the side? yellow?
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Way too late for the OP - but just got mine out. They tend to seize into the block - I was able to remove it by using a large shifter to fit onto the hex on the waterpump, and attempting to rotate it in each direction. This eventually broke the seal, and the water pump dropped out. A very large extension was required.....
It is easy to find a used Peugeot 206 in the UK. Fernside Motor Company in Croydon, Surrey has 98 currently in stock. Also, Hartwell Hereford Ford Peugeot has several in stock too.
To tell you the truth i am wondering too how to use the microphone. But i think that there is a program which can make the microphone sound like a karaoke... I think....
Need more information. Too general a question.
The fog light switch on my peugeot 106 is next too the hazard warning switch and the rear window heater switch below the stereo.
just pull the handle away from the door. Put your fingers all the way round and lever it away. shouldn't take too much but be firm and constant with the pressure, and it will just pop off.
back of fuce box under drivers side its a pain too get too
it means that your in great danger.
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its on the right hand side, top on engine, under all the air pipes, there is a fair bit to remove to get to it. when you get the new filter you have to swap a part off the old one to the new one too
You have too remove the exhaust pipe under neighth engine,then remove alternator,then back exhaust manifold. ( it helps too lower crossmember under steering rack too get too exhaust bolts) Then you remove rt axle and rear drive shaft from transfercase. Now you can remove the transfercase!
405, 411, 441, etc. too many to list.
Open the bonnet, Follow the top coolant hose (On the passanger side of the car) from the radiator to the point where it connects to the engine, The housing that this hose connects too is the housing for the thermostat. Remove the two retaining bolts and the thermostat will be accessible.
i have this on my car radio just now too, have taken the battry out and it still says error 5! :(
How do you remove the too much fromm the tase of food?
Yes they do (a whole peeled potato) and they also remove anything too spicy or if it's too sweet (such as chili).
If the battery has been out of the key fob for too long the fob loses its program and the car will not start. Peugeot will try to charge £48 for a reprogram but you can get around this by: - 1) Turn on the ignition 2) Hold down the close button for a few seconds 3) Turn off the ignition and remove the key 4) Start the car The above can be found on page 19 or 20 of the 407 user manual
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Hold and drag it too the remove box when it pops up. The remove box is the phone button but it will say remove when u hold on to the thing you want to remove.
2 ways easiest is too remove inlet manifold other is too remove engine 3 ltrs only
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