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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby Bigbucks » Mon Sep 12, 2011 12:19 pm

I have found on mine the Fuel Injector rubbers were the culprit
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby peaches » Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:34 pm

hi all i have a peugeot 206 and have a problem with the engine cutting out when i slow down or stop at junctions etc , its only just started happening, sometimes it will do it quiet a lot other days not so much .Ive took it to the garage and they cant find a fault as it doesnt show a fault on the computer ive had lots of work done including a new battery but not sure what this new problem is any ideas what this could be it starts straight away every time . :hmm:
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby Capncol » Sat Sep 22, 2012 9:53 am

Hi Peaches. You haven't really given us much to go on really.
Is it a 206cc or other model?
What engine?
Year?
Mileage?
Manual or auto?
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby peaches » Sat Sep 22, 2012 9:51 pm

Hi sorry its a 206 glx, 1360cc,petrol, w reg year 2000 ,mileage is 104000 and its a manual car. Ive had lots of work done this year new head gasket, cam belt ,cataltic converter and back box of exhaust,o2 sensor,clutch,battery ,new brakes ,new radiator. Just about everything has gone wrong so would like to know what this fault is, as weve spent alot on the car and want to get it back running well. Its always run well but now the engine dies when i slow down or stop at a junction , some days it happens alot then it will run well but it is dying on me quiet a few times every day now im hoping its a problem thats not too costly to fix .
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby craigdmjv » Sun Sep 23, 2012 5:16 pm

does it rev low when idling my need the revs adjusting or a new idle control valve
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby peaches » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:07 pm

hi craigmjv yes it does do that on occasions aswell ill look into that thankyou
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby Capncol » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:41 pm

Did this start happening after some of the work was done. Could be timing belt a tooth out. Did the cam belt break or was the head off for some other reason?
I would advise using live data on a good diagnostic machine, and check crank sensor output, temp sensors idle RPM, TPS angle and plausability.
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby peaches » Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:57 pm

we had the head gasket done a couple of months ago as it went and had the belt done at the same time this has only just started happening within the last two weeks a couple of weeks after we had the new catalitic convertor done and work for the mot thankyou for your advise i will look into these
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby tony p » Tue Apr 09, 2013 8:47 pm

1. 1.6
2. Multiplex or not?
3. engine cut out twice when pulling up to lights, only been getting 13 mpg, noticed black soot on the back bumper above the exhaust, engine felt like it was about to cut out all the time when stopped at lights
4. no
5. What did they do?
6. Did it work ?

no fault codes came up or warning lights, changed lambda sensor on manifold, running great now
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Re: 206

Postby schedgey » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:29 pm

Alex LS wrote:1. 2.0
2. Multiplex
3. Engine cuts out when revs drop (instead of idling). Coming to traffic lights, turning into side-roads etc.
4. Yes
5. S/W download
6. Problem less frequent but still occurs occasionally

have just bought 206 year 2000 manual petrol 55,000 miles on clock from day one it has been stalling at traffic lights and turning corners etc first the revs go up on thier own then come down and stalls strong smell of petrol can anybody help solve the problem?
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby Capncol » Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:40 pm

Hi schedgey.
Have you already tried anything to cure this? What engine is it, 1.6 / 2.0?
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby schedgey » Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:18 am

Capncol wrote:Hi schedgey.
Have you already tried anything to cure this? What engine is it, 1.6 / 2.0?

thanks for replying engine size is 1.4 a garage has fitted new coil pack which has made no difference at all i have stopped going out in car as fed up with this happening its quite difficult to start once it has stalled as it keeps flooding :(
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby gazza82 » Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:54 pm

Does it only do it when the engine is warm? I'd be inclined to think that was the crank shaft sensor ...

But check the connections to the coilpack (take off the engine cover). We had one recently where the wiring insulation had been worn away and was shorting out.
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby Capncol » Mon Dec 02, 2013 2:16 pm

Sounds fuel related to me.
Check all the plastic intake pipework for cracks & splits.
Take the spark plugs out. Is one noticeably more sooty than the others? (injector fault)
Check the MAP sensor & wiring (drivers side of the inlet manifold)
Check fuel pump for leaks (in tank, access under rear seat) and all associated fuel pipework)
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Re: Does your engine cut out?

Postby wales1975 » Thu Mar 13, 2014 5:32 pm

1. 2.0?
2. Multiplex
3. Happened once on a dual carriageway, slowing down for a roundabout. Cut out, engine started up straight away. Then once when idling outside house when waiting for car to defrost.
4. Went to an independent Peugeot specialist and plugged it in, no errors.
5. They suggested a service, even though its fully serviced....
6. I refused to service it again.

Anyhow, I changed all the spark plugs and dropped in an OEM coilpack, checked the battery etc. My car hates being started in the mornings when its cold it misfires a little and revs idle at 1200 rpm for 2 minutes then all is well again. Might try getting injectors cleaned.
2002 206cc 2.0SE - Manual gearbox.
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