Satnav & Cruise Control failed after having wishbone replaced.
2012 Peugeot 208 1.4 TDi

Hello fellow 208 owners. Please help if you can.

After getting a new offside wishbone fitted on my 208, I found that the SatNav, and the Cruise Control had stopped working , though the touchscreen worked on everything else!

I wonder if there is a wire sending data to the touchscreen that was disconnected when the offside wheel was removed?

Or maybe if the so-called mechanic caused a fuse to blow during the work by a sensor wire hitting an exposed part of the chassis.

I certainly will not use the same garage again, as he denied having caused the problem.

I love the car, but this one little fault is making me tear my hair out... But at the age of 80, I guess I should be lucky to have any hair to pull out!

Can anyone help please?

Thanks

Dave

Dave

Problem added: Jan 27, 2022 (3 months ago)
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Dave S
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Peugeot 208
Year: 2012
Variant: 1.4 TDi
Problem Category
Electrics, ECU, Warnings & Lights

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Dont know what he would do to affect that in replacing wishbone but sometimes a low battery can be a cause , On some cars it cuts off non essential items to preserve power for starting etc . Often you get some mechanics who play radio and / or leave door open with interior light on , hook up hand / inspection lamps and that can deplete an already low battery . Worth checking your battery with a voltmeter after lying overnight and prior to starting and eliminate that possibility
Thanks for your message, but as it was a new battery in December, fully charged, I can eliminate that as being the cause.

I had a 406 and that had a wire leading from behind the offside brake pads which just dangled loose for ages, that was to a brake sensor, and I wasn't even aware that it wasn't functioning until it was pointed out to me by the MOT garage. That is why I suspect that a wire (if fitted) could have been interfered with on the 208 by the mechanic.

Thanks again. Good to hear from you.

Dave
Your wire may have been the wear indicator for the brake pads , Quite common for them to break . You could try removing fuse #18 for the touchscreen for a few seconds which may reboot and clear any faults . Check your brake lights are working o.k as a faulty brake pedal switch can affect cruise control

Peugeot 208 (from 2012) – fuse box diagram
Year of production: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Fuses in the dashboard
The fusebox is placed in the lower dashboard (right-hand side).

Peugeot 208 - fuse box - dashboard
Peugeot 208 – fuse box – dashboard
Fuse Ampere rating [A] Functions
F01 40 Heated rear window
F02 10 Heated door mirrors
F03 30 Front one-touch windows
F04 — Not used
F05 30 Rear one-touch windows
F06 10 Folding door mirrors
F07 10 Folding door mirrors
F08 — Not used
F09 — Not used
F10 20 Hi-Fi aplifier
F11 — Not used
F12 — Not used
Fuses in the glove box
Peugeot 208 - fuse box - glove box
Peugeot 208 – fuse box – glove box
Fuse Ampere rating [A] Functions
F02 5 Door mirrors, headlamps, diagnostic socket
F09 5 Alarm
F10 5 Independent telematic unit, trailer interface
F11 5 Electrochrome rear view mirror, additional heating
F13 5 Hi-Fi amplifier, parking sensors
F16 15 Front 12 V socket
F17 15 Audio system, audio system (accessory)
F18 20 Touch screen
F23 5 Glove box lamp, courtesy mirror, map reading lamps
F26 15 Horn
F27 15 Screenwash pump
F28 5 Anti-theft
F29 15 Air conditioning compressor
F30 15 Rear wiper
Fuses under the bonnet
The fusebox is placed in the engine compartment near the battery (left-hand side).

Peugeot 208 - fuse box - under bonnet
Peugeot 208 – fuse box – under bonnet
Fuse Ampere rating [A] Functions
F16 15 Front foglamps
F18 10 Right hand main beam headlamp
F19 10 Left hand main beam headlamp
F25 30 Headlamp wash relay (accessory)
F29 40 Front wiper motor
F30 80 Pre-heater plugs (Diesel)
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
Many thanks. You certainly know your 208's

I'll look at the fuses as soon as possible and get back to you to let you know if any of your suggestions cured the niggling problems.

Thanks again.

Dave

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