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    Thread: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000
Post: RE: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000

I've pulled up the diagrams again for the HDI. The BE3R gearbox is listed as well so I don't really know why I didn't post that up instead of the MA. Also, I read on another site that the HDI has a pu...
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 10 93 25-10-2021, 06:38 PM
    Thread: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000
Post: RE: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000

Steve : "Oh dear. I think I may have messed up. Grrr.  I mistakenly thought the gearbox was a BE3R. Your diagram is an MA box." ----------------------------------------------------------------------...
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 10 93 24-10-2021, 10:58 PM
    Thread: Brake light switch parts exploded view
Post: RE: Brake light switch parts exploded view

I don't think there are any plans to close the site. I need to have a chat with Fooby to see if there's a way to allow access to new members by manually vetting them before permitting posts. Just havi...
Mighty306 Electrics 9 201 24-10-2021, 10:34 PM
    Thread: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000
Post: RE: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000

Hi Steve. Sorry to hear the job is bigger than you hoped/expected. Isn't it always the way? The HDi has a pull-type clutch and in common with the XSi & GTi6 is has a v strong pressure plate spring....
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 10 93 24-10-2021, 02:33 PM
    Thread: Brake light switch parts exploded view
Post: RE: Brake light switch parts exploded view

On my car it's 4534.51, which equates to the Febi part you ordered (PEUGEOT 4534.51 (453451) Brake Light Switch - Auto Part Info (http://partinfo.org/peugeot-453451/)) I'm going to take a bet that ...
Mighty306 Electrics 9 201 24-10-2021, 02:06 PM
    Thread: Brake light switch parts exploded view
Post: RE: Brake light switch parts exploded view

4534.12 (retaining clip)
Mighty306 Electrics 9 201 24-10-2021, 08:56 AM
    Thread: Brake light switch parts exploded view
Post: RE: Brake light switch parts exploded view

Not sure how helpful this is but that's all there is on Servicebox ...
Mighty306 Electrics 9 201 21-10-2021, 07:55 AM
    Thread: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000
Post: RE: Clutch Cable - 306 HDI year 2000

Hi Steve. I have a static copy of Servicebox which runs in a virtual machine on an old laptop. I have to admit I can't often be bothered to dig it out to look stuff up but as far as I can tell the par...
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 10 93 21-10-2021, 07:44 AM
    Thread: Face book
Post: RE: Face book

This has been covered in a number of recent threads. I think the conclusion is we don't really know why FB appeals to a.lot of people but it does. I've deleted my FB account!
Mighty306 The Couch 1 56 19-10-2021, 06:25 AM
    Thread: Brake light switch
Post: RE: Brake light switch

I don't have a wiring diagram for your model I'm afraid (HDi ?). It may be the same as a '97 2.0l 16v xsi tho. On that the brake light switch has 2 wires ....a switched live via fuse 28 and an earth t...
Mighty306 Electrics 10 577 08-10-2021, 07:10 AM
    Thread: Brake light switch
Post: RE: Brake light switch

It really does sound like a pig of a job. I had no idea it was that bad! Good luck with getting it sorted.
Mighty306 Electrics 10 577 05-10-2021, 06:31 PM
    Thread: Brake light switch
Post: RE: Brake light switch

With a bit of contortion I thought you could access it from the footwell. A small mirror might help guide you to it. [hr] OK, so I might be wrong ....... brake light switch (306oc.co.uk) (https://w...
Mighty306 Electrics 10 577 02-10-2021, 11:29 AM
    Thread: Rear wheel arch rust
Post: RE: Rear wheel arch rust

So hopefully, here the images are. [hr] Adding in images does seem to have changed. I had to keep previewing the post between adding each image, otherwise it didn't appear as...
Mighty306 Interior, Exterior, ICE 1 297 26-09-2021, 12:11 PM
    Thread: Rear wheel arch rust
Post: Rear wheel arch rust

I've been managing to keep one of my 306XSis on the road for the last 4 years or so. Mostly it's been mechanical stuff that's needed sorting. For last year's MOTs it was the front wheel bearings. Did ...
Mighty306 Interior, Exterior, ICE 1 297 26-09-2021, 10:43 AM
    Thread: New Registrations
Post: RE: New Registrations

First of all I want to say a huge thank you to you Fooby for your continued commitment. Although the audience is currently small, it is very much appreciated. Competing against Facebook is definite...
Mighty306 The Couch 9 735 26-09-2021, 09:51 AM
    Thread: Peugeot 306 Rallye 16v - Black
Post: RE: Peugeot 306 Rallye 16v - Black

I wonder how many of the 'old guard' on here still own a 306?! I still have one as a daily but I wouldn't be surprised if this Winter kills it. The rear n/s inner wheel arch needs.some major rust repa...
Mighty306 Cars 5 2,453 20-09-2021, 07:41 AM
    Thread: 306 estate engine swap
Post: RE: 306 estate engine swap

I doubt the slam panel is still available but I might be wrong. It looks like it would clean up OK & it wouldn't be difficult to repair any pin holes in it ....good welding practice for you! I apprec...
Mighty306 306 Projects 9 4,217 17-09-2021, 07:37 AM
    Thread: 306 Estate GTi6
Post: RE: 306 Estate GTi6

Crikey, that's making good numbers. For sure that'll make an estate a total sleeper, providing the wheels don't just spin! What's been done to it?! From memory that's exceeding what a standard gearbox...
Mighty306 306 Projects 107 25,938 15-09-2021, 06:39 AM
    Thread: 306 Estate GTi6
Post: RE: 306 Estate GTi6

Don't panic, the site is just blocked to new members at the moment, most of whom were spammers. Existing members can still post on the site as before. The thought to make it read only hasn't got any f...
Mighty306 306 Projects 107 25,938 10-09-2021, 11:24 PM
    Thread: New Registrations
Post: RE: New Registrations

I think the site is built on quite an outdated.platform & can't easily be transferred across.to something more.modern. The tools for dealing with spammers.are pretty limited unfortunately. It was wort...
Mighty306 The Couch 9 735 06-09-2021, 09:18 PM
    Thread: New Registrations
Post: New Registrations

Hi there. You've probably all noticed that lately the site has been hammered by spammers. That was just the tip of the iceberg. There have been 40-50 daily non-genuine registrations. Luckily only a fr...
Mighty306 The Couch 9 735 04-09-2021, 09:07 AM
    Thread: Ceiling light
Post: RE: Ceiling light

Yours is a different design to mine. I guess it's RF rather than the older IR central locking. I'm fairly certain that part of the grey plastic trim on the outside should pop off  You just need to fi...
Mighty306 TU Petrol Engines 1 449 02-09-2021, 11:26 AM
    Thread: A couple of things, need some advice!!!
Post: RE: A couple of things, need some advice!!!

Sinbad Wrote: (23-08-2021, 03:17 PM) -- owaisalpha Wrote: (23-08-2021, 07:13 AM) -- I love reading and writing as I am a writer so reading books or articles is an important part of my life and I am ...
Mighty306 TU Petrol Engines 17 4,018 23-08-2021, 06:25 PM
    Thread: Introduction and search for help with my 306 Cabrio
Post: RE: Introduction and search for help with my 306 C...

ipeco85 Wrote: (22-08-2021, 05:42 PM) -- Would you kindly give me a location hint for the correct purge solenoid valve? Don't know how it looks like :-( -- The purge solonoid will be located just t...
Mighty306 Newbies 7 420 23-08-2021, 06:22 PM
    Thread: Introduction and search for help with my 306 Cabrio
Post: RE: Introduction and search for help with my 306 C...

These early cars weren't fully OBDII compliant so I'm afraid you can only get limited information from the systems. Lexia 3 / Peugeot Planet would be your best bet, although some garages will have exp...
Mighty306 Newbies 7 420 22-08-2021, 09:52 AM