I was under the impression that the clutch functions through hydraulics. Thu 7 Jun 2012 09:21 Peugeot 206 lx 1. Oil is essential for the proper functioning and longevity of the engine in your 206. There seems to be a red light on the dash, above the oil temperature gauge. Unless such deletion of data, limitation of processing or objection to processing resulting in Mister Auto being unable to fulfil its legal or contractual obligations. The fact that I have to pump the clutch for it to function properly leads me to believe that somehow air is getting into the system. Sort of thing Halfords would source? In which case, I would much advise to get the transmission fluid changed, it's not too difficult and can be done yourself if you pick up a haynes manual.
I'm not sure if that's normal either? It has a hex on end to unscrew and you need to change rubber ring seal. To find out which engine oil to choose from the different indexes and norms, please refer to the technical manual for your vehicle. But you might find a Citroen covers that one! Many thanks, K Oil filter is in a black plastic cover towards right of engine as you look under bonnet. The high pressure ac port is the easiest to locate, because it is in the engine compartment, facing the car from the front, on left side of the radiator. But you might find a Citroen covers that one! This is important as the light also warns of low brake fluid and warns of fault with the electronic brake force distribution system so without the light a lot could be happening so straight to the expert You need to consult the hand book. Its not something i would do though, far too much to convert.
Please help me by explaining more. On a further check after I did this change notice the oil drip again. Or that the diagnosis wasn't correct in the first place? Better still, put the details in your signature. Keep me posted, be glad to help. Check the oil and refill it to maximum. A bit worrying when I don't know what it is, if it's potentially reporting a fault. Sorry for all of the questions, but once I drop the oil, I can't use the car, so want to make sure I have everything I need before starting! The low pressure ac port is in the engine compartment, facing the car from the front, to the back in the center, under the windshield.
Coat the rubber gasket of the filter with grease and fasten it by hand only. Any other advice for an oil change? Open the drain plug, and loosen the filter with a filter wrench. You could also consult the list that is posted next to the air line at the filling station. Looks as though the O ring seal has given out. Posts: 3502 Joined: Thu May 04, 2006 8:00 am Location: Leicestershire. Step 2 Work at the engine from above. Could anyone offer any advice on this? We recommend that you note the number of kilometres on the clock at the time of the oil change.
Step 3 Work inside the cabin. Browsing around forums, warning beeps seem to be a particularly irritating issue with the 206, especially since the beep sometimes occurs when there is no fault. Thanks, Maria On a hydraulic clutch you have 2 cylinders. Sort of thing Halfords would source? Posted on Jun 22, 2009 When an vehicle's air conditioning system has not been used for several months, the seals within the system start getting dry. Some aftermarket ones have been known to collapse. This frequency will be specified in the maintenance guide for your Peugeot 206. So either it hasn't been tightened enough or the sealing area wasn't cleaned before fitting If a garage did that for you then that's a classic rookie mistake of not checking the oil filter is sealed after refilling with oil and running the engine.
I'm thinking it's probably the seal as well as something else. Such information may be sent outside the European Union and in that case Mister Auto ensures that the appropriate legal guarantees are put in place. The master cylinder and the slave cylinder. Where would I obtain the rubber ring seal from? Prices range between £4 and £10 per litre! Two weeks later and the same problem has happened again. I've never changed one of these before, only the screw ones, so am not sure whether I need more than the cup wrench I currently have. As well as the engine you will need custom engine mounts, new fuel tank, fuel lines, engine wiring harness, engine ecu, display clocks. There is a rubber bung at either end of the cylinder and if they wear or become mis-shaped fluid will start to leak out of them and as you are pumping the clutch small pockets of air are getting into them I would make sure they have changed the master and slave cylinder before letting them change the whole clutch If unsuccessful then let them change the clutch Hope this helps Daz.
The low pressure ac port is the smaller of the two. I will inform Halfords of the recommendations and change the oil for 10W40 tomorrow - thanks for the advice. But you might find a Citroen covers that one! Shame Halfords still give wrong advice. The filter I have purchased is a paper element one - is this correct? As I can't get a manual for my car and the Hayes 206 manual does not have my engine showing, really need to know if this is just the washer given out or the whole switch? In this case there must be a leak. If you have a car full of passengers the tyre pressures will be different because of the extra weight. I'm sure i'll be a bit more confident with issues like this once I've got some real driving time in, but right now I'd rather not take the chance and just ignore it. The nuts that hold on the wires just need to be nipped up with a small 8mm spanner, but do not over tighten.