peugeot 306 wipers

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dispatch
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peugeot 306 wipers

Post by dispatch » 27 Nov 2003, 22:16

i am looking for help with my peugeot 306 xsi
i recently bought it and found that the wipers do not park
also they do not work on intermitant wipe
if anyone knows how to fix this i would be gratefull if they could tell me how .[8D]

wheeler
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Post by wheeler » 28 Nov 2003, 01:33

its more than likely a faulty timer relay.

dispatch
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Post by dispatch » 28 Nov 2003, 20:14

thanks for the help i had a feeling it was something to do with that
i dont suppose you know where it is located?
im guessing its in the fuse box somewhere.<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by wheeler</i>

its more than likely a faulty timer relay.
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Ben83
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Post by Ben83 » 03 Dec 2003, 19:17

dispatch,
I had a similar problem earlier this year, which disappeared on its own. I did get some advice here, although I never got to the bottom of the problem. These two threads might be worth a read:
http://www.andyspares.com/discussionfor ... IC_ID=2618 and http://www.andyspares.com/discussionfor ... IC_ID=2883
Please let me know if you find a solution, so I've got something else to try if mine ever comes back!
Cheers,
Ben.
1995 306 1.4.

dispatch
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Post by dispatch » 06 Dec 2003, 15:49

im still having problems locating the relay
i think im going to get the help of the dealership

IanS
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Post by IanS » 07 Dec 2003, 20:36

The relay for the wipers is the blue one behind the trim pannel below the steering wheel (where the fuses are). Replace the relay and this should rectify your problem - it did for me!
Ian

tacker
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Post by tacker » 13 Dec 2003, 00:05

same thing just happened to me but mine is a 306 van dont have any blue relays any ideas

dispatch
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Post by dispatch » 15 Dec 2003, 01:55

i dont have any blue relays either

jackherer
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Post by jackherer » 15 Dec 2003, 20:54

turn the wipers on and see if you can hear/feel which relay is clicking.

kevin
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Post by kevin » 17 Dec 2003, 19:50

On the 309/205 and my 306 there is a black 6 pin relay in the box

tacker
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Post by tacker » 14 Jan 2004, 05:55

opened up the motor there are 3 pins inside the connecter plate cleaned it and adjusted the pins works sound now

shawn
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Post by shawn » 14 Jan 2004, 14:19

On other older cars that I have had the self park switch is built into the wiper motor.
How would a relay know where the wiper arm was on the screen.MMMmmm??

dispatch
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Post by dispatch » 19 Jan 2004, 00:39

this wiper thing is doing my swede in
i will spend some more time on it next weekend

bezbow
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Post by bezbow » 21 Jan 2004, 23:16

My 306 rear wiper has a mind of its own. Only works when it wants
to! Often when off!!

Russell
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Post by Russell » 25 Jan 2004, 03:58

I haven't looked at the 306 circuit schematic but when my Porsche 924 intermittent wiper relay died (it went intermittent-intermittent), it was possible to remove the relay and jumper the relay socket with a short length of wire with a couple of spade connectors to restore the self park. That's been working for the last 15 years OK [:-)]
I bet the controls are likely to be very similar.
Cheers
Russell