Urea and Emissions Fault

Dijon16

Member
How come we have not heard from Palo Verde on this? He will sort out who needs to take ´´responsibilty´´.
 

narzor

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Hi all, my C4 Grand Picasso has developed the same issue. Dealer in Canberra started by saying I need to top up the tank (though it had 4L in it...) and I've done so, but error recurring. Does anything have a service bulletin or something I can point to? My warranty expires in August and the dealership closes on 30 June :( Will check the underside for the white ammonium deposit, that might be the problem with my suspension!
 

Cymru

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Have the same problem with my 2015 308 Allure and the countdown is down to 850km. The Peugeot dealer in Cardiff says I need a new tank and injector and Peugeot Oz will only pay 50% of the parts cost which leaves $3925 as my cost. It also needs a replacement battery supplies & protection unit which is an extra $933. Can't believe this expense for a vehicle with less than 60,000 on the clock. Any views on whether the main dealer is the only option I have ?
 

dmccurtayne

Member
I suggest you watch the YouTube video below I have been a psa mechanic for over 20 years. This is a common issue and not reasonably durable. I have explained this over and over for years glad he did a video. Contact peugeot Australia.
 

gromzx

New member
Mine has failed twice this year. Once for the tank, and then the injector 6 months later.
Starting to lose hope...
 

BlindFreddie

New member
Have the same problem with my 2015 308 Allure and the countdown is down to 850km. The Peugeot dealer in Cardiff says I need a new tank and injector and Peugeot Oz will only pay 50% of the parts cost which leaves $3925 as my cost. It also needs a replacement battery supplies & protection unit which is an extra $933. Can't believe this expense for a vehicle with less than 60,000 on the clock. Any views on whether the main dealer is the only option I have ?
Got a similar quote from the dealer for a battery for my 308 T9 Hdi. Bought a battery for less than half the price with similar specs from the NRMA (who checked the electricals first to make sure it was the battery). Have bought several batteries from the NRMA over the last twenty years because they come with a three year warranty. On one occasion they replaced a battery close to the three year period without any issue. Must admit was surprised the original battery in the car lasted 6 years.
 
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