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PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 1:14 pm 
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Long story short, I am posting the video of my problem here:

(It is a 2005 Peugeot 206 1.4 HDi on 214k kms)
The car has been doing this for over a year now. Sometimes it is all fine for months, sometime the problem gets more severe. Few weeks ago, for the first time, the engine stopped on the move and did not start again for few minutes.
The only OBD code I read is about the air flow sensor. But I am not sure if that is the problem. Some mechanics say this is electrical-related, some say diesel pressure sensor.
ALSO, not sure if related to this or not but; I have experienced 2-3 times in the past months that the starter motor was completely out of order (not a single sound when I pressed the starter) and was able to start the engine only by push starting. After, the starter worked normally...
The prices they talk are really high and I doubt giving it away when the problem is not properly diagnosed. Any ideas on this problem?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:19 pm 
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Test the fuel rail pressure

looking at that, I would say its related to the turbo as it seems to be dropping pressure, noting the rev's drop as its building Pressure, I would say its the boost control solenoid or a map sensor going bad, its worth checking all the vacuum hoses too but it needs some move

Where are you from ? as its pointless giving you any links if you not in the uk

edit. the boost control solenoid is the weak point on Pug and Renault diesels, Renault have redesigned there part 7-8 times and still haven't got it right


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UPDATE: Today I have made a visit to the local Bosch Diesel service, and to my surprise, their diagnosis device spotted a signal which others could not, and it is P0335 (Crank shaft sensor). It looks as a more probable cause to my problem, what do you say?


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Common fault I would replace and re scan

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It could be a number of things, sensor breaking down under load - replace the sensor, A wiring fault or bad connector or a bad reluctor ring

If your going to replace the sensor replace it with a good quality item (Bosch) you can get cheap pattern part items for £25 (seem to be 2 types)



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Bob225 wrote:
It could be a number of things, sensor breaking down under load - replace the sensor, A wiring fault or bad connector or a bad reluctor ring

If your going to replace the sensor replace it with a good quality item (Bosch) you can get cheap pattern part items for £25 (seem to be 2 types)


Wiring fault or dodgy connection would explain intermittent nature of the fault and why it hasn't shown up on previous tests/interrogation

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