I have a Peugeot 206sw 1.4 petrol. Took it to work the other week and it was running fine. However come home time I got in the car to start it and it just turned over and didn't fire.
A friend carried out a diagnostics check on the car and it showed a fault with the crankshaft sensor and coil pack.
This is what I have done to it so far !!! But it's still the same !!!
Replaced the battery in the key fob
Reset the BSI
Checked all Fuses
Installed a new crank shaft sensor
Installed a new coil pack
Checked and cleaned the spark plugs
starting to lose patience now scratching my head would be most grateful for any help PLEASE !!!!!!
Car: Peugeot 206 Variant: 206 SW 1.4 Petrol Year: 2003
Thanks for replying, yes I've checked the wiring to the crankshaft sensor seems OK. When you turn the starter motor over the low pressure fuel pump in the tank does not run and there is no spark as we rigged the coil pack up to a spark tester. However when we connected the fuel pump up to a 12v battery independently it works fine. Could it be an immobiliser issue or a bad earth????
That generally rules out a problem with the key,If you have replaced the parts you have mentioned then you either have a problem with the wiring or the faults need to be cleared from ecu before it will run