20 Most Recent 2007 Peugeot 207 1.4 Questions & Answers

fuel is leaking into the sump
if diesel it will be from the pump and if petrol will be leaking injector seals

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Jan 28, 2018

Mate click the link below and scroll down the LEFT side of the link page and click on the car make then scroll down the middle of the page until you come to the year and model of your car, Click it then click the download just about the year and models of the cars....CHEERS..

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Jun 06, 2017

did you erase code with diagnostics after doing job. Maybe that's why.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Oct 31, 2016

No I doubt that completely.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016

Ticking over fast what is that in American English?

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016

When the lights were specified on the build order in 2007, a bumper containing the lights was installed. Peugeot did not plan for later installation of the lights.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Aug 20, 2016

Once the engine is "hot" ( after you have driven it about 20 miles), feel the radiator and the top radiator hose. Both should be hot or really warm.

Please be careful not to burn you hand or fingers.

If they are not hot, then you have either no thermostat, or you have a thermostat that is stuck in the open position.

If they are really hot, you have either a screw-in-the-block temperature sensor or a dash gauge that is defective.

(Could also be a bad wire between those two.).

God bless your efforts.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Mar 10, 2016

code p 0336 refers to crankshaft position (CKP) sensor--range / performance problem===causes --insecure sensor/rotor---air gap---wiring---CKP sensor
I have no listing for the E118 code to help you with
find an accredited service shop that has experience on your make of vehicle and they will tell you the code reference and verify the 0336 code as well

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015

Probably once each 10 years.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Sep 14, 2015

burning fuel is a pollution problem . no doubt it is a O2 sensor needing replaced .

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Sep 13, 2015

I had this problem on a bmw once. I was using universal bulbs though. When I went to the dealer and bought bulbs from them, the warning turned off. Worth a try.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Jul 16, 2015

Buy shop manual to insure you get this right--very critical.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Jul 06, 2015

Check the throttle cable. Transmission may also be the culprit

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on May 06, 2015

The computer has detected a problem with the emission system on the vehicle. Start by checking your gas cap is on and tight. Have a look under the hood for any disconnected hoses especially around the air filter assembly. The vehicle may have to be scanned to properly diagnose an emission fault

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Apr 25, 2015

It's not unusual for 207s to show the anti-pollution warning randomly. In my experience it isn't significant and you just learn to live with it, but as yours is consistently showing at start up accompanied with the engine management light, it maybe something more serious. If the car appears to be driving okay, then I would be inclined to ignore it, if not, you will have to have a Puegeot dealer put it on their computer diagnostic machine - pricey !

207s have a bad reputation for random fault indications as a whole (Google it), some of which seem to be ambient temperature related - my father's 207 randomly shows the air bag light on very hot days but this goes away after a few start/stop cycles and a drop in temperatures. Fortunately, his MOT is due in March so when it goes for an MOT the light is always off - air bag fault indication showing is now an MOT failure.
Some people wouldn't be happy driving with an air bag indication, or any other fault indication, showing even for a short period of time, so this is a personal decision as to what you do about it.

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Apr 25, 2015

Check the thermostat. It monitors the temperature of the coolant and turns the fan on to cool the engine when it detects the temperature is too high. When it goes faulty it can cause this issue of the fan being on all the time. (Better that it fails on than fails off and overheats the engine).

2007 Peugeot 207... | Answered on Mar 12, 2015

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