Peugeot 2008 1.6bluehdi P02ED, P00BC errors.

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Peugeot 2008 1.6bluehdi P02ED, P00BC errors.

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Peugeot 2008 1.6bluehdi P02ED, P00BC errors.
Replaced Maf still the same. Took out Map sensor, which was pretty clean. Sprayed some contact cleaner, and put back , but error still pops up. Mosty happens when driving and releasing accelerator pedal while its in gear. I have Autel Maxisys Elite diagnostic. Maf figures are looking ok. Not sure what should i see on boost pressure on live data.

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Don't use a contact cleaner, as some of these have a lubricant (to help switches work more smoothly) that can 'replace' the dirt you cleaned off. A proper MAF cleaner should do the job and leave the sensors completely clean of any contaminants.

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James - he cleaned the MAP sensor not the MAF sensor.

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MAF was also mentioned, hence my confusion. However, would a contact cleaner (with lubricant) merely replace one problem (dirt) with another ('oil' to allow contacts to move more easily)?

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What are your referring to James a MAP or the MAF?

If MAP - this is just a sensor with electrical connection - so the only thing you can do is clean the electrical contacts with electrical contact cleaner. if the MAF, then neither - use only MAF cleaner specifically or you render these useless and they are not cheap. The wire on the MAF should never be rubbed or coated with anything other than MAF spray.

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Sorry I mentioned, that MAF was replaced, which made no difference, despite that live data figures showed MAF is ok. One more thing to mention car is bit noisy not sure if it's normal to these engines

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I've sent you a PM regarding the errors.

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Ok, so the technical document is basically saying the repair is replacement of the complete EGR valve!

Your vehicle is just out of manufacturer's warranty - but I would still argue this with the dealer - or ring Peugeot up and tell them you are now aware there has been a Technical Service Bulletin about this issue (B1KW012VQ0) "Lighting of the diagnostic warning lamp - With fault codes P02ED and P00BC present".

See if they will agree to do the work free as your car is a month or 2 out of warranty - but they must of known this is an issue.

I've sent you an email with everything.

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I bought second hand EGR valve and fitted it, but problem still exist. Decided to visit Peugeot, and they diagnosed faulty egr, and turbo boost was slightly lower than it should be, still pointing at egr. I then put another egr and problem still exist.
I know that both second hand egr valves were from low mileage cars, and both cars didn't have egr issues. Can't see any split intercooler hoses, or any leaks.

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As you can see the dealer has diagnosed the same.

You may need to tell the vehicle that it has had a replacement valve using Diagbox - but you also don't know the history of those second hand parts - for all you know they too could be faulty. There may be some more fault finding needed here then - it might be the air doser, air supply / solenoid....