Peugeot boxer 3.0hdi 2008 eng warning light (1 Viewer)

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Jan 10, 2020
39
10
Droitwich, UK
Funster No
67,909
MH
Pilote P720
Exp
Since 2015
Hi all, I have an orange eng warning light coming up and I have had it in my local garage a couple of times now, but still not rectified. They changed the accelerator pedal the first time, the second time they replaced the throttle body and harness. I gave it a good run out when I got it back then and all seemed well. Today we loaded up and set off expecting to have a week away and the bloody warning light has returned along with limp mode as before.
I don’t want to return to the garage I have been to previously as I have lost faith in them. Can anyone recommend a Peugeot boxer specialist in the West Midlands / Worcestershire area that will be able to sort this for me. We are booked to go go away in 5 weeks time down to Spain for 3 months, so must have it sorted quickly. Thanks in advance.
Paul.
 
Aug 18, 2014
24,160
138,396
Lorca,Murcia,Spain
Funster No
32,898
MH
Transit PVC
Exp
16 years since restarting
Can't help re garage but possible it is the brake light switch?
also what codes do you have?
 
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Geordiewal n worlass
Jan 10, 2020
39
10
Droitwich, UK
Funster No
67,909
MH
Pilote P720
Exp
Since 2015
Can't help re garage but possible it is the brake light switch?
also what codes do you have?
I don’t know what codes I have as I don’t have an obd reader. The garage told me that they were seeing fault codes referring to accelerator pedal, originally. I e
Would have thought that it will be exactly the same as symptoms haven’t changed. Warning light has been going away but returns after driving so long, followed by engine going into limp mode, then after a while tick over increases to @1500 rpm. Sometimes I can pullover, switch the engine off and it will clear. I don’t want to take it back to the garage I have been going to, as I don’t think they have a clue where to go now. I need a mechanic who has boxer experience.
 
Sep 3, 2012
7,781
26,692
Cheshire
Funster No
22,759
MH
C Class Elddis 175
Exp
8+ years
An obd reader will only cost you £15 or so. Easy to check and will save the garage ripping you off.some will erase the codes to get the management light to go off but it will come back if you don't fix the issue.
You could also try disconnecting the engine battery for 15 mins or so to reset the ecu system.
 
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Geordiewal n worlass
Jan 10, 2020
39
10
Droitwich, UK
Funster No
67,909
MH
Pilote P720
Exp
Since 2015
I’ve ordered a an obd reader/scanner, due on Thursday. Then hopefully I will be able to delve into all the knowledge on here and come up with a solution🤞🤞🤞

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Geordiewal n worlass
Jan 10, 2020
39
10
Droitwich, UK
Funster No
67,909
MH
Pilote P720
Exp
Since 2015
I received my obd reader today and it has come up with the following code:
P2135
Throttle / pedal position sensor / switch A/B voltage correlation.

This is what the garage has reported to me previously and they have replaced the accelerator pedal, throttle body and harness.

If anyone can recommend a garage or person to go to, I would be grateful, otherwise I will try and find a Peugeot garage that will take a look at it for me.
Cheers
Paul
 
May 21, 2021
179
462
Cambridgeshire, UK
Funster No
81,378
MH
Auto Sleeper
Exp
Since 1986
I would suggest you go to a Peugeot dealership, they may have software updates for this model, I wouldn’t risk taking it to Spain with this fault, Yes, it will cost you more than an independent, Peugeot dealerships along with other makes spend thousands on computer software, they have no choice as they have to buy the updates.
 

Stealaway

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Jan 8, 2013
8,496
11,541
Dronfield - Derbyshire
Funster No
24,202
MH
Burstner Lyseo 690G
Exp
Happy FLT since 2011
I received my obd reader today and it has come up with the following code:
P2135
Throttle / pedal position sensor / switch A/B voltage correlation.

This is what the garage has reported to me previously and they have replaced the accelerator pedal, throttle body and harness.

If anyone can recommend a garage or person to go to, I would be grateful, otherwise I will try and find a Peugeot garage that will take a look at it for me.
Cheers
Paul
Have you searched the web / Peugeot forums for a possible answer
 

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