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    Thread: Misfiring at 2.5k
Post: RE: Misfiring at 2.5k

So does the Ford but at some point it has to be sucked out of the tank as that isn't pressurised.
oldboy DW10 HDi section 18 4,186 15-03-2019, 08:42 PM
    Thread: Misfiring at 2.5k
Post: RE: Misfiring at 2.5k

I had a similar problem on a Ford diesel a few years back and it turned out to be air being sucked into the fuel lines through a perished seal. It would run fine 80% of the time and then it would feel...
oldboy DW10 HDi section 18 4,186 14-03-2019, 08:32 PM
    Thread: Reflections after 6 months ownership
Post: Reflections after 6 months ownership

After 6 months of ownership here are my reflection on my 306tdi. It's comfortable, easily keeps up with much newer cars, is incredibly economical, with the rear seats folded down it holds a good amoun...
oldboy The Couch 2 1,255 11-03-2019, 07:58 PM
    Thread: Reflections after 6 months ownership
Post: Reflections after 6 months ownership

After 6 months of ownership here are my reflection on my 306tdi. It's comfortable, easily keeps up with much newer cars, is incredibly economical, with the rear seats folded down it holds a good amoun...
oldboy The Couch 5 2,123 11-03-2019, 07:57 PM
    Thread: 306 Meridian purchase
Post: RE: 306 Meridian purchase

Eeyore Wrote: (11-03-2019, 03:21 PM) -- Welcome to the club! The HDis are really good so I hope you enjoy the car. With a stage 1 map they go from 90 to 125hp as well! -- Thanks for the welcome, th...
oldboy Newbies 2 1,136 11-03-2019, 07:36 PM
    Thread: 306 Meridian purchase
Post: 306 Meridian purchase

I have always been a fan of joining owners clubs for whatever car I've owned, so here I am. I've recently acquired a 306 Meridian 1.9 TDI of 1999 vintage. This is only the third Peugeot I've owned, th...
oldboy Newbies 2 1,136 11-03-2019, 09:53 AM