Question about Peugeot 206
Just bought car, serviced 10,000ks ago, was running good for a few days, then battery died I replaced it and now my dash cuts in and out and engine vibrates worse. Spark plugs all seem ok and fuses are good too.
Did you get the car plugged into a diagnostic reader after the battery change?
Some newer car ECU's need to be reset to 'new battery' settings. Over time the system alters the battery charge rate as the battery gets older and weaker so a new battery will overcharge if not reset..
The error code, (P0563), reads as "system voltage high".
Get the car plugged into a good diagnostic system and that will allow you to correct the error code and battery settings.
The other symptoms may settle down once the error code is sorted out.
Posted on Apr 14, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Something similar happened to my van, and it ended up being that I needed to replace a tie rod in one of my wheels. Hope this helps! I know this was posted awhile ago.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
If the starter motor is sticking, it can draw a large current. If there is power down to the starter motor while its not starting then the starter is faulty. You can test this with a multimeter or just a test bulb connected to the smaller of the two wires on the starter, while cranking.Check you have a good earth from the battery to the engine. If the bulb lights up but no engine cranking then its a faulty starter.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Fixed it myself. I checked power and ground on fuel pump, then w/rubber mallet I banged the fuel tank and the fuel pump went on for a few seconds while someone cranked car, it started for arou 20 -30 seconds. This helped me diagn. the problem and I put in a new fuel assembly.\
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Probably a defect lambdasonde or inlet pressure sensor (MAP sensor) it will show many different errors on the test readout ex: inlet manifold pressure, knock sensor, lambda value wrong, idle speed out of range, etc.
read out the faults,after delete the readout, then drive one day, read faults out again , compare the results, and change the components from test
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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