Peugeot 308 won't start when it's cold

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Peugeot 106 won't start when it's cold

  • 16.11.2016, 21:41#11

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    On the sensor, then it has no signal or a wrong one and, to be on the safe side, over-greases it.


  • 16.11.2016, 21:45#12

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    Either you measure what it shows or ask in the face book (Facebook), in the Peugeot Scene Germany, whether someone is near you and can lend you one to test.


  • 16.11.2016, 21:57#13

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    ok will try that times hope that the error is gone


  • 16.11.2016, 22:11#14

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    achso one more question, which is the blue or the green one?


  • 17.11.2016, 12:11#15

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    Blue smoke is a sign of burned oil ...
    This indicates that too much oil is getting into the combustion chamber!
    The reasons for this are varied and have already been mentioned.

    Since I switched to NGK Iridium spark plugs, the little one starts up a lot better! The throttle response has also been slightly improved! Allegedly the spark plugs are supposed to be a bit more fuel efficient ... I hardly notice that, if at all ...
    You can test whether it works better with the spark plugs ...
    (Normal spark plugs have 10,000KM life ... The Iridium 50,000KM)

  • 17.11.2016, 19:45#16

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    I also have ngk candles in there only the name I know, unfortunately I don't have 4 metal brackets at the top, the spark plugs have not run 100 km yet so I think less that it is because of that, but thanks for the tip
    Today I drove a further distance than normal, which I noticed when I drive a long stretch, it has short dropouts during the journey, as if you were braking hard for a short time


  • 17.11.2016, 22:48#17

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    definitely not go any further. what does coolant and oil look like? definitely measure the compression on all 4 cylinders. you wrote that he stood for a long time? did you leave the old gasoline in? fuel filter replaced? ... possible that he lets oil in through the scraper rings (can come from standing still) ... there may also be a lack of petrol or unclean petrol ... also possible head gasket

    Peugeot 106 S2 built in 2001/06 in blue (3 doors) for the woman
    Citroen C5 III Tourer Exclusive Automatic with Hydractive 3+ Bj: 2009/12 in storm gray


  • 18.11.2016, 09:41#18

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    Oil was changed before the 1st trip. I checked again this morning. Looks completely normal. We also measured compression. It has 10 bar on all 4 cylinders
    yes, I left petrol in there and the filter is also the old one


  • 18.11.2016, 11:08#19

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    compression should be ok ... change the fuel filter ... fresh fuel should arrive after 800km or have been refueled. times clean or replace the air filter. maybe he gets too little air then he runs like on choke and that also smokes more. have you already checked the spark?

    Peugeot 106 S2 built in 2001/06 in blue (3 doors) for the woman
    Citroen C5 III Tourer Exclusive Automatic with Hydractive 3+ Bj: 2009/12 in storm gray


  • 18.11.2016, 11:23#20

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    yes I drove it empty until the tank lamp came on and then filled it up
    I'll go buy a gasoline filter and air filter temperature sensor tomorrow
    yes spark was checked but with the old candles it looked normal
    Could it be because of the battery. How I got the car, there was no more acid in it, we filled in new ones and recharged them. If I have to start it 6 to 7 times, you can hear that it is having a hard time