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Diagnostic tool

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Hello there can anyone help me and tell me if a icarsoft pc11. Or pc2 it might be called his decent to try start my Peugeot partner combi 2004 20hdi similar to Peugeot planet help please
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Have you contacted the seller for compatibility? It will likely depend on the model & year as to what functionality you will get. In the case of the one below it does not cover exact specific models - just general for French cars, so I'd send them an email and make sure you provide the year, engine and exact model type.

https://www.icarsoft.com/Product/s-348- ... CP_II.html
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Very helpful thanks it is that one it's for sale on eBay i won't bother 👍
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I really need some one who has Peugeot planet diagnostic and knows how to use it and lives near Barnsley south Yorkshire or is willing to travel to me i don't want it doing for nothing? But car is crank no start
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Have you checked the obvious things like immobiliser? Has the battery been disconnected, fobs reinitialised etc?
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Yes the battery has been disconnected a few times why does that make a difference please
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If you have disconnected the battery, you likely need to reinitialise the fobs, otherwise the immobiliser won't authorise engine starting. See here for details and procedure:

BSI Reset / Battery Disconnect / Reconnect Procedure
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Had a full diagnostics test today and it as low fuel pressure so told me to get a new rail pressure sensor and if it isn't that then the pump have you come across this before as a common problem
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It's not unheard of here. Some fuel rail pressure sensors are supplied separately by Peugeot, and some are only sold by them as part of the complete rail - as they are assembled at factory and can be sensitive to being removed / replaced.
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