Question about 2008 Peugeot 308 1.6
My indicator was clicking at twice the speed that it should. I checked and the rear indicator was not working. I changed the bulb and now nothing in the cluster works.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: indicators are not working
had this before where the front indicators were not working and like you it drove me mad because the vehicle was booked in for its inspection.straight away i suspected the hazard switch,Anyway i had a spare flasher unit so i changed it and they worked ,So after i came back i took the old flasher unit apart and cleaned the contact on the solonoid and that started working as well when i put it back in.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
Hi it sounds like the switch for the lights, try tapping the switch see if they come on if not remove it and have a closer look at it. It may need replacing.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2010
SOURCE: no sure how to change
Before you replace them with what you got from the first Peugeot on the list, take one out and write down the brand/number and go to an auto parts store to have it cross referenced. You will be inviting trouble or even disaster by using the wrong plugs. Before you start, make sure there is no debris around the plugs that can fall into the holes and cause possible engine damage once they're removed To remove the plug, follow the ignition wires to the spark plug and pull the wire off the plug by using a pulling/twisting motion. Use the appropriate sized spark plug socket on a ratchet and remove counter clockwise. I would recommend changing them out one at a time this will preclude the possibility of mixing up the wires. If the heads are aluminum, get some anti seize compound while you're at the auto parts store and put some on the threads of the new plugs before installing them to prevent the plugs from seizing and damaging the head in the future.
Posted on Jun 26, 2011
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