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just became owner of a peugeot 207 1.6vvt and im regretting already :roll: its come up with open curcuit fault bank 2 on diag and runs crap ,ive replaced both vvt solenoids and theres power to them ,if i disconnect one solenoid it runs ok anyone know where i can download a free wiring diagram for this or has had the same issues thanks

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Post your VIN up if you want a diagram and be a little more specific - is it the engine management system you want?

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5fw 207 1.6 vvt automatic 2008 . start car ,runs rough keeps cutting out ,disconnect one vvt solenoid car starts and will run all day.checked so far .timing ,power to both vvt solenoids good ,any help please FORGOT TO MENSION BOTH VVT SOLENOIDS REPLACED WITH GENUINE
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Please read my last post - I need a VIN if you want a diagram.

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The VIN will be automatically obscured so that only Forum staff can read it. The VIN can normally be found on the V5 logbook, and in a small clear patch on the lower left of the windscreen. The reason Marc needs the VIN is to make sure he gets the right information for YOUR 207. As they were made in various factories, and with differing components/configurations (including wiring looms) anything without said VIN would be just a guess.

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vin VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]

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forgot to mension p code p0013.

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This is the description of your fault. I'll put up a diagram within the next 10 minutes for you.

Fault codeP0013
After sales description of the fault codeExhaust variable timing electrovalve control fault : Open circuit
Description of the diagnosticsDetection of an open circuit on the exhaust camshaft dephaser electrovalve power stage (For more than 0,5 s)
Conditions of activation of the diagnosticsThe following conditions have to be met
-Main wake-up:
- Battery voltage between 9 and 17,9 V
- Engine running and power relay jammed for 2 seconds
- The output terminal has gone through the high and low statuses
Conditions of disappearance of the faultCheck that there are no fault codes: P2091 - P2090 - P0013 (For 1 second)
Down-grade modes if fault present
  • Change to butterfly mode
  • Deactivation of the adaptation of the exhaust camshaft
  • Deactivation of the adaptation of the basic richness
  • Deactivation of checking of the canister purge
Switching on of the warning lamp and/or warning messageWarning lamp MIL
Main customer complaints likely
  • Emissions outside the norms
  • Excessive fuel consumption
Suspect areasExhaust camshaft dephaser control power stage

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Here's the diagram for your 207 5 DOOR SALOON 1.6 VTi 16V 120 (EP6):

Hardware
1320: Engine ECU / Injector Supply
1107: variable valve position sensor

Wiring:
1452: sensor input VVT1
1453: vvt1 sensor output
1458: VVT sensor earth
1456: VVT sensor supply
1457: VVT sensor clock
1454: sensor input VVT2
1455: vvt2 sensor output
412: Oil pressure signal

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thank you so much for your help
graham.

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No worries, I hope this helps track the issue.

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yes but with out knowing wire colours or rest ofdiagram instructions im a bit snookered im not an auto electrician just an old guy who likes messing

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PSA wiring does not primarily use colours for identification. You will see numbers (often 4 digit) on the diagram, these same numbers are printed on the wires every few cm.

Marc, what are the component code numbers of the VVT solenoids?

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1243: variable timing electrovalve 1
1268: variable timing electrovalve 2
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thats brilliant marc once again im in your debt ,now if i can find my glasses i can have a mess
thanks again graham
fingers crossed...