Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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To add insult to injury, it is used in Fords, Volvos, Opels, and god knows what else.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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white exec wrote:
09 Jun 2021, 21:13
I just found several listings for that SB MEAPCEM01 by googling it.
You got there too!

The potential PSA numbers 6460H4 or 6460H440 don't come up with anything relevant (just a hose on C5).
It is interesting that it commonly talks about the T9 version of the 308 in relation to this part number and throws up pictures of a not dissimilar air control box to mine. This actuator is fitted to a whole range of manufacturers and appears as a stand alone service part yet I had to take the whole assembly. Not a happy bunny!

If anyone would like my "very expensive" set of air shutters let me know. I have ordered a new motor and intend to clean up the Air Control Module and put it up for sale.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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Our Hybrid4 has just completed a 800 mile round trip to Redditch and I only spent £50 nett on fuel. No problems, no niggles, no hassles. So, I think we can say that the issues we have been having are now sorted. Back to short runs this week and I will keep checking but, touch wood, I think we have cracked it.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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How have I saved on fuel?
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This little booze run saved me roughly £40 compared to what it would have cost me in Scotland. Yes, not only is some of our beers crap but they are also very expensive in the shops.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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been rooting about to find out more about Controlled Air Intake Modules and it appears they are fitted to 3008, 308 (late) and 507SW models (so far) and a pheasant strike in the front grille or superficial accident damage can cause the flaps to jam and give the same Engine Repair warning light. Will keep delving into other makes as well to see what comes up.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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I have found an associated Part no
9673420580
I suspect this is the stepper motor.
can anyone confirm this?
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 12v battery drain

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The car has been behaving fine. I still get a residual current of 0.04 amps when sitting and the service battery voltage drops slowly with time when left for a period of days. It has been suggested that 0.04 amps is slightly high for a 3008. However, a Hybrid4 is a 3008 with two extra ecu's and a traction battery box/drivetrain to maintain over and above all the standard things on a high spec 3008, so a slightly high residual current draw when sitting is probably normal - unless someone out there knows different. I am going to draw all the main points together and make one summary page shortly.