Cutting out
2007 Peugeot 307 90HDI

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Rosyposy
Driver
4 points

Problem added: Nov 26, 2014 (6 years ago)
Hi, I have had the car lurch forward whilst driving at 70mph on motorway and when accelerating to join a motorway about 3 times in the past month. It is as if it has just cut out but only for a tenth of a second and then it continues as if nothing has happened. Each time the onboard computer shows no faults. This morning I had driven about 10 miles and was idling at traffic lights to join a roundabout when I went to accelerate the car had just stopped - all the coloured display lit up including a big red STOP and indicated the haszards were on. (This hasn't happened in the other incidences). After switching off the ignition after two attempts it started and I continued on my way without incident, but now I am terrified of driving it. I'm taking it to my garage this pm for them to see if there is a fault recorded, but until then If you know anything, please help me.

Thanks in advance of any help.
Car: Peugeot 307
Variant: 90HDI
Model Year: 2007
Category: Running Rough, Starting & Power Loss
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whittingehame
Legend
21,029 points

Nov 26, 2014 (6 years ago)
Changing the fuel filter wouldn't go wrong , lets know the garage findings ?
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Rosyposy
Driver
4 points

Nov 27, 2014 (6 years ago)
Hi, The garage think it's an electrical problem, the codes they got were
BSI
0000
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Rosyposy
Driver
4 points

Nov 27, 2014 (6 years ago)
Sorry last posting wasn't complete. The garage says the codes were:
BSI 0000 Engine Fuse Box Fault ECU not communicating on the CAN
and Engine P0335 Engine Speed signal incorrect or absent.
Does this help?
Many thanks
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whittingehame
Legend
21,029 points

Nov 27, 2014 (6 years ago)
No disrespect , but not better taking to a garage that know what they are doing and can diagnose the faults rather than letting you do the work for them via a car forum?
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Rosyposy
Driver
4 points

Nov 27, 2014 (6 years ago)
Well thanks a lot. Why did you ask for the codes? As it happens our local Peugeot dealer is rubbish and the independent garage we use is excellent, however, as time goes on, car manufacturers are getting less keen to give out information to independent mechanics. I thought forums like this were meant to help in such circumstances. Very disappointed.
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whittingehame
Legend
21,029 points

Nov 27, 2014 (6 years ago)
Where did I ask for codes ? Good you are sticking up for your local independant garage but dont blame me and the dealerships who invest heavily in training and equipment for not telling outsiders , who are getting the work , how to remedy fault codes .That is nothing new I can assure you .I and others on the forum do this voluntary in our spare time and help where we can .I repeat , it's not right a garage is reliant on a customer finding via a forum or elsewhere the answer to any problems .Best wishes in getting it solved .
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whittingehame
Legend
21,029 points

Nov 27, 2014 (6 years ago)
Could check / replace crank sensor , worth a look
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lee forby
Driver
2 points

Mar 5, 2015 (6 years ago)
Have you had a look at this similar problem:

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lee forby
Driver
2 points

Mar 5, 2015 (6 years ago)
I have a 02 307 1.4 petrol.My battery drains extremely fast, my front light bulbs have gone twice, & indicators, it starts up and ticks over for up to 10 seconds then cuts out, making a buzzing noise afterwards, had alternater batterie checked, which were ok, seems like some sort of electrical fault, .. I have had a diagnostics test and it was clear, if anyone can help please? Would be greatly appreciated.

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