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Without checking your car physically, its not possible to give you any idea what it could be or not

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Sounds like to me it is the cable that is rubbing inside the case as it is coming apart. Change it first.

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type question into google and click images

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It is better to seek help from mechanic

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That model was sold with a choice of 3 engines. On all the crankshaft is located at the bottom of the engine, above the sump, and the camshaft at the top of the engine under the cam cover.
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Try checking the tailgate allignement / shutting correctly as this will auto open the locking request from your key/bipper, if the boot switch is not fully operated,

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Disconnect the battery totally and get a battery charger on to it so it is back to full charge.
Leave it disconnected for 3-5 hours while it is charging and then reconnect.

While the battery is disconnected, make sure any electrical connections you played with when working on the car have been properly connected back up.

When changing electrical items on the car, including sensors, you should always disconnect the battery first,

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is this gas or diesel,,, one of these is yours, and we cant guess it.
what country, this can change what EFI car uses. if any.

1.0 L D4D I4 (petrol)
1.1 L TU1JP I4 (petrol)
1.4 L TU3JP I4 (petrol)
1.4 L ET3J4 I4 (petrol)
1.4 L TU3JP I4 (petrol)
1.4 L TU3A I4 (petrol)
1.6 L TU5JP I4 (petrol)
1.6 L TU5JP4 I4 (petrol)
2.0 L EW10J4 I4 (petrol)
2.0 L EW10J4S I4 (petrol)
1.4 L DV4 HDi I4 I4 (diesel)
1.6 L DV6 HDi I4 (diesel)
1.9 L DW8 I4 (diesel)
2.0 L DW10 I4 (diesel)

to work on any car engine, whats under the hood(bonnet) counts.

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In this model, the gearbox should be fitted with speed sensor, as it provides the info of vehicle speed to the instrument panel(dashboard) by means of speedometer and the total distance covered. So, does the speedometer work proberly, does the needle move correctly? If yes, you have to change the instrument panel. if the answer is no, then the speed sensor is not working, either the sensor itself or one of its wires is broken. Notice that this sensor is a hall-effect type, which means that there are 3 pins on the sensor , 1st is 12V supply, 2nd is 0V (earth) 3rd is a signal wire that transfers signal to the points I mentioned above.
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you will have to take it to the dealer and have them reflash the module

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maybe this will be helpfull

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Get it scanned for error codes. Could be throttle body TPS problem.

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above us USA , oriented, what you have in your country?
google for it, and find it. using clear text. search.

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Possible headlight switch would be my first guess.

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contact a main dealer they can supply the code if is the original radio or follow this link as has helped in the past
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have the OBD read by a suitable mechanic ,sounds like an engine sensor ,the crank sensor would be my first thought as the rev, info is sent from that sensor but you need the code to be sure

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I can think of several possibilities:

1. When replacing the battery, some sort of shortcircuit might have occurrred messing up the fuses.
Solution: Refer to your user's manual to identify where the wipers' fuse is located and try replacing it.

2. As far as I'm concerned, a way to "reset" the computer in the car is disconnecting the battery, so the computer may have been reset with wrong parameters.
Solution: Have you tried disconnecting the battery for a couple of minutes? and plug it back?.

3. If your model has automatic wipers, try switching from auto to manual mode and viceversa.

4. When the battery on my 206 was almost worn out, the lights kept turning on after killing the switch, followed by a quick beeping (which normally indicates the power in the battery is draining). At first, I thought it was the switch of the headlamps, but after replacing the battery with a new one, the problem got solved. Maybe the battery you just put in is faulty?

Hope any of the above helps.

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am sorry, but there is no fuse box in glove box. is the steering on the right hand?

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speed sensor

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