Peugeot 807 Antipollution Fault
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    Default Peugeot 807 Antipollution Fault

    Hi, this is my first post. I own an 807 2.2 hdi. Iíve only had it a few weeks, and the previous owner explained that the EML intermittently comes on with an Antipollution message but doesnít effect the cars performance. Since then Iíve established that itíll go in to limp mode randomly so I have to stop the car and turn engine off for a few minutes, to which itíll work as normal again. They also said that the garage they took it to checked for faults and found none, and concluded it could be a dodgy sensor somewhere. Does anyone have any advise as to what could be causing this occasional EML illumination. Could it be a DPF?

    Thanks in advance.


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    A failed throttle body has the effect of affecting the the car's performance by putting the car into limp home mode. My advice is to check out this item which is located at the centre front of the engine. What is the year of manufacture of your vehicle or more importantly, what is the engine code?
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    More than likely the old 2.2 check vacuum lines to egr turbo etc known to fail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceenine View Post
    A failed throttle body has the effect of affecting the the car's performance by putting the car into limp home mode. My advice is to check out this item which is located at the centre front of the engine. What is the year of manufacture of your vehicle or more importantly, what is the engine code?
    My car is 2005 but Iím not sure on engine code. Can source this though.


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    Would that cause the antipollution fault too? As I said, there are no codes to accompany this message, so not sure what it is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KristianBrit View Post
    Would that cause the antipollution fault too? As I said, there are no codes to accompany this message, so not sure what it is.


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    Howís the fuel filter condition?
    Probably should put something clever here..
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    Not sure about condition of fuel filter. However I could definitely find out if itís been replaced from service history.


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