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Your peugeot 306 20 16v year 2000 wont turn over you have all the ignition lights on but the stater motor will not turn over have just replaced the starter but problem still present?

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2011-01-16 08:09:47
2011-01-16 08:09:47

Turn your headlights on and try start the engine, if they don't dim then the problem is still in the starter motor. If you bought the motor 2nd hand, maybe try exchanging it or check it has been refitted properly. Ive currently got the same problem with my xsi, bu haven't had a chance to fit a new one because of the weather here.

When you replaced the starter did you also replace the starter solenoid? I had the same symptoms on my 306, starter wouldn't turn, battery was OK and headlights worked. Road service was able to start the car by bypassing the starter solenoid. I replaced the solenoid (and the starter because they're sold together) and fixed the problem.

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