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    I have a 07 307 HDI 2.0 136bhp auto AM6. It has started to pulse slightly under load up hills. Has anyone had this problem or know what it might be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roj00 View Post
    Hi,

    I have a 07 307 HDI 2.0 136bhp auto AM6. It has started to pulse slightly under load up hills. Has anyone had this problem or know what it might be?
    I've noticed this effect on the 2006 307 Hdi we used to have and on the 2010 308 hdi we now have, both auto.
    Never been too pronounced to worry about...only occurred on uphill under moderate load...Often thought that it might be auto trans related?

    'Have also noted a transmission hiccup on very steep uphill left hand bends when taken briskly...seems like the poor transmission might miss out on a gulp of trans fluid??

    Sorry can't be of more assistance.

    John

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    If it is a model with a dpf, it is probably needing a regen

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    How do you do a regen?

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    The exhaust particle filter will block with soot if you do all urban driving. There is usually an error message. A long motorway run can allow it to self-regenerate, ie, allow the computer to change the combustion to heat up enough to burn out blockages. The other way is to force a regen using a Lexia connected to the computer port. It can be extremely hot and spectacular. Youtube shows the idea.

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