2004 peugeot partner 1868

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Erikmax
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2004 peugeot partner 1868

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I have a Peugeot partner 2004 mod who want start
have change the battery
have new diesel filter

is there any reset after change battery ?
Is the any spesial bleeding way to get the air out from pump ?
can the stop imobiliser been damage. if can it been cut of, or check? its named 152A 156-Ax
its a delphi dieselpump on it
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Re: 2004 peugeot partner 1868

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Close the driver's window, raise the hood, and make sure all equipment is turned off.

Close all doors and take the key from the ignition.

Wait 3 minutes, then unplug the car battery for 15 seconds.

Reconnect the car battery and wait 10 seconds (do not open doors.).

Turn on the side lights via the driver's window.

Turn on the ignition and test the system's operation.

Hold the lock button on the key for 10 seconds.

Remove the key, open and close the door, and test the central locking mechanism.

Start the engine and do the system check.

Failure to adhere to this method may result in the erroneous operation of several BSI-related objects.
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Re: 2004 peugeot partner 1868

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Erikmax wrote:
29 May 2022, 17:22
I have a Peugeot partner 2004 mod who want start
have change the battery
have new diesel filter

is there any reset after change battery ?
Is the any spesial bleeding way to get the air out from pump ?
can the stop imobiliser been damage. if can it been cut of, or check? its named 152A 156-Ax
its a delphi dieselpump on it
1) Use this procedure: BSI Reset / Battery Disconnect / Reconnect Procedure
2) Yes, if you have disabled wiring, or interfered with the pump in any way then this can prevent starting of the vehicle by the engine ECU.