water and any summer collent combined with anit-freeze
This is a very common fault on these cars (i've had 5). Two of the most common causes of which are
1. A dirty idle control valve - Find, remove, clean and reinsert it.
2. broken Lambda sensor - replace original
Buy a Haynes manual first. Its quite an involved process so you may want to get someone else to do it or make do. I did mine when I took the dash out to replace the heater blower fan. If I remember correctly you have take the plastic cowl off from around the steering column and then remove the piece of fascia that surrounds the plastic covering the dials. Not sure if you have to remove the steering wheel but it will make it easier. You will need a set of torx bits a and screw drivers to do it.
I am in South Africa and I just found out I need a new starter motor for me Peugeot 206cc. R3500 approx incl labour. WHAT! Is it this expensive in other countries?
what you need to do is is take your radio out and then take the top 4 screws out of the top of it so you are looking at the circuit board then what you will need is this program here http://www.eserviceinfo.com/download.php?fileid=1998 download that and also look at this picture http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y287/tone4life001pu9971.jpg
when u have the program and looked at the picture u will see that there is solder on thos 10 solder points work out where the solder is ie 3,5,6,7,8 or similar and then enter those number into the program u downloaded and press gen this will give you the code for the radio
hope this helps as its a crime that u have to do all this for a stupid code lol
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.
On the 1.1, it's screwed into the exhaust pipe near the engine, and has a plug/socket connection on top of the tyransmission. The Haynes manual shows it and tells you how to change it.
Cost approx �63.00 from Motormania
you must also buy a lambda 22mm 3/8 socket to get it of,you can not clean them either
check for obstructions in tank interfering with sending unit
Mine broke so took of cowlings and released security chip holder and found the pins, as I couldn't turn the key I decided to take a small chisel to the pins after a couple of hits I found the key would turn all the way. Fixed it I thought, but NO lock jammed up fully this time. More hits and key turned. This time I turned the key to just past the A position and found the pins could be depressed, undid the 2 screws holding the barrel in position and hey presto the barrel comes out. Undid the 2 screws at te rear of the barrel and removed the metal rear section, then with a bit of fiddling carefully removed the plastic switch mechanism (noting position of key and that if switch orientation). Barrel now works ok with no sticking so checked switch operation and found to be ok. Looked at switch section and noticed a small bit loose inside which I removed, checked switch again still appeared ok, so reinstalled everything and now it works ok - now I'm happy again, 106 mobile again. Hope all this helps someone. Cheers Grumpy old git 29.7.2006 Now this problem has repeated itself twice and has been 'temporarily' cured by the chisel method. This last time I did a thorough inspection of the plastic switch with the contacts and came to the conclusion that it was not the problem as thought before. As the key when it is turned first operated the steering lock I turned my attention to this and am now of the opinion that the 'peg' that locks the steering column is the most likely cause as any resistance to the peg comming out will stop the key from turning at all - striking the pins using a hammer and chisel puts a longitudinal shock on the lock assembly and presumably relases the pin. This last time I have tried repeatedly hitting the side of the barrel with a hammer to no avail, but one hit longitudinal with the chisel method and 'magic' the key turns. Cheers Grumpy old git 4.5.2007
erm mine broke and i had 2 grind the pins out and remove the ignition barrel i am currently trying to find a way to wire up a new igition i baught from motor spares company if u have any idea where the wires are meant to join onto the new ignition id be gratefull PS / theres probably an easier way of doing it mate but im from doncaster so...........................
If its anything like a Renault which i suspect, then you will have to remove the cowling,undo a torx screw which is tucked between the barrel and the dash/clocks, i used a short torx bit and pliers for this. There may be two pins on the underside of the barrel, if these cant be pressed once the key has been turned to a certain position, then they will have to be carefully drilled out without damaging the metal tube which its housed in, then it should be possible to pop it out, just disconnect the two connector plugs which come from the ignition switch befor pulling the barrel out.
As stated above, the steering column cowling should be removed. The next thing to do is disconnect the wiring. This is done by unplugging the three colour-coded, two pin plugs under the steering column. Next remove the barrel retaining screw (torx on recent, hex-head on older models). Now turn the key so that it aligns with the arrow between the "A" and "M" positions. This allows the two retaining pins to be pushed in easily to facilitate the removal of the barrel. Note: - take care not to stress the wiring by ensuring that each plug is free to pass through the barrel socket before pulling on the barrel to remove it.
The Department of Motor Vehicles(U.S.)or the Ministry of Transport(Can) should be able to help. However, if this is a criminal matter, the police can locate the owner through the National Crime Information Centre(N.C.I.C), or the Canadian Police Information Centre(C.P.I.C)
yes, but u need to buy a 106 first. coz the wheel is proportionally smaller like the car. the steering wheel is 2.63inches smaller so u need to turn it less to go around a corner so not a good idea.
This is a BIG job. I sugest taking it to a garage inless you have a lift and special tools.
Clutch change is graded three spanners by Haynes difficult but not impossible - since you ask the question here I guess that means you don't even have a Haynes manual so probably are best taking it to a garage. Peugeot estimate 4 hours for gearbox removal and refitting - make that 8-12 for the average DIY mechanic doing it for the first(hopefully only) time. Try a clutch clinic. Given the age of the car is it worth it?
probably loosend up or worn over time replace it and also check pulleys for wear
It's easy.first you lift the bonnet and disconnect the clutch cable from the lever and tie apiece of string to the end of it. Go to the clutch peddle and unhook the cable and gently pull it through. now you attach the new cable to the end of the string and gently pull it back through good luck roy
as with any car the weakest point is the windows so i would say yes but every car is easy to break in to
if you mean the switch that adjusts the headlights inside the vehicle - 0 is for 1/2 people in front seats - is for 3 people, 1 is for 5 people, 2 is for 5 people and max load, 3 is for driver and max load
As far as I know, the clutch on these "newer" models of 106's is adjusted automatically. If you don't think that that seems to be the case:below the battery (when standing in front of the car it should be on your right hand side) there is a bolt (or the thingie you "screw" onto a bolt... I don't know the word for that in English since I'm dutch). After the bolt there is a small kinda cilindrical shaped device from which a cable runs. If I'm not mistaken you can adjust the "thingie you screw on a bolt" to adjust the take-up of the clutch.
The early 50,s Nash Rambler had front seats that folded flat to make a bed I'm not sure how long they continued this.
Read your owner's manual. what if you cant get hold of an owners manual Try harder. Dealer, junkyard, eBay, parts store (they'll probably let you look at their book for free), or check the library for a service manual. But, you asked "how do you know". If the audio is not working, it's the fuse that looks burned. If it is working, pull them one at a time until it goes out.
Hi: You can change the internal Battery yourself as long as you do it within 20 seconds, so make sure you have the correct type of battery, It should tell you that in The Manual once you have changed the battery, Just switch the Igntion on and within 30 seconds press the unlock button for 3 seconds. Should work again. Terry
Unfortunately, there is no simple instruction for "how to fix..." Repairing anything requires a little investigation to figure out what's wrong and a little effort to replace whatever isn't working right. Usually there isn't a fuse that only operates a singingle circuit, but I guess it's possible with European engineers. Most fuses protect several devices so if nothing else has failed I wouldn't necessarily suspect fuses, but then again it's a foreign car built by foreign engineers. I've never been able to figure them out. For brake lights on a foreign car I would still check the fuses first. If all fuses are ok I'd check the brake light switch. I don't know where it is on a peugeot so you'll have to search for it. Often it is connected to the brake pedal ( It is just behind the brake pedal, fiddly to change but simple!) and the switch turns on as soon as you touch the pedal. If that switch has failed or is adjusted poorly you won't get brake lights. If it isn't the brake light switch, I'd check the turn signal switch. On most cars the brake lights are also used as the rear turn signal lights and the turn signal switch has contacts that disengage the approprate stoplight when your turn signal is working. If the turn signal switch has failed the brake lights might not work. Next I'd check the sockets and electrical connections to the brake lights.
as above but make sure when u refill the rad there are 2 bleed valves in the system there is 1 on the rad an a Allen key bolt located on top of the water pump only do 1 at a time and allow for water to run through befor tightening
All you have to do is turn the ignition off and press and hold the left button on the dash and then turn your ignition back on there will then be displayed a symbol of a spanner and a timer starting from 10 and wait for it 2 count all the way down then turn your ignition off and job done.
In the 16 fuze box in the engine compartment 12, 13, 14, 15 are left hand main, right hand main, left hand dipped and right hand dipped respectively. These are the lower 4 fuzes, 2 on each side. They go 12, 13, 14 and 15 as you would read a book.
someone hooked up the radio wrong...rewire... if its the original radio...haven't a clue.. Dave answer you have no constant live running to the memory pary of the radio all it takes is to change 2 wires over unfortunatly i forgot which 2 but any mechanic could advise
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