Eolys

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Tom309
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Re: Eolys

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On the "after sales campaign" we have several cars that have not been to main dealers for a while. Is there a way (other than asking you to check for me) of finding out if there are outstanding items. What sort of age and/or mileage do they usually go to?

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You can check actual recalls here:

https://www.check-mot.service.gov.uk/

But this won't of course cover After Sales Campaigns, but if you have and PSA cars Tom, let me have the VINs for those and I can tell you.

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Hi Marc,
Eventually I have taken the car in for the recall. This had been delayed due to covid and a faulty adblue tank (update on the tank to follow in Paul_R's thread).

The recalls I think (HVL & JMK) were for a software update for Nox emissions and a check and in my case the replacement of the catalytic converter. It appears that the joints rust at the weld points which can lead to holes, in my case at the bottom joint. So I now have a new cat compliments of Peugeot. I haven't driven enough to see if the software update has any detrimental effect. Thanks for the notice of the after sales campaign.

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Correction: The recalls were JMK/HUL for software update and to check the catalytic converter

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Well done - that's less money out your pocket for the Cat anyway :-D

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Yes, very happy with Peugeot for that.!