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    Thread: Coolant leak
Post: RE: Coolant leak

Welcome to the club. I don't personally know anything about the 1.8 blocks I'm afraid. Something like this may well enable you to get a look behind the manifold to see where it's coming from though. R...
Mighty306 XU Petrol Engines 1 23 7 hours ago
    Thread: Hi there :)
Post: RE: Hi there :)

Welcome to the club. Ask away. I do have access to some Peugeot workshop manual info although I have very little knowledge & no direct experience with XUD engines. There are many other members who...
Mighty306 Newbies 1 120 03-05-2021, 09:21 PM
    Thread: Ecu/Double relay problem
Post: RE: Ecu/Double relay problem

Welcome to the club. Firstly, I'm going to assume the pin out's on the ECU & other attached components are the same on the 306 version as on the 405. (I'm working off 306 wiring diagrams for the R...
Mighty306 Electrics 9 1,422 29-04-2021, 08:47 PM
    Thread: wiper mechanism
Post: RE: wiper mechanism

As far as I know I can't look at your PM's. Forward it to me though & I'll look in to the member's activity. Cheers.
Mighty306 Misc & Wanted 3 484 28-04-2021, 08:25 PM
    Thread: 1.8 16v PH3 Meridian cold start
Post: RE: 1.8 16v PH3 Meridian cold start

As above, unless the beam has been replaced / apart recently then removing the torsion bars is likely to be a complete pig. I've done a couple now (first here Rear beam ...the good and the bad (306oc....
Mighty306 XU Petrol Engines 4 225 26-04-2021, 05:26 PM
    Thread: 1.8 16v PH3 Meridian cold start
Post: RE: 1.8 16v PH3 Meridian cold start

You got it running then. Looks in decent condition n sounds like it's running well now. What was the no-start issue?
Mighty306 XU Petrol Engines 4 225 25-04-2021, 11:37 AM
    Thread: Project smokey
Post: RE: Project smokey

Thanks for sharing. It's no small feat to stay motivated long-term with a project like this. Good job! Love the blue carpet btw. Rare as hens teeth these days I imagine?
Mighty306 306 Projects 107 17,544 20-04-2021, 09:05 AM
    Thread: My dear 306 1.4 2000
Post: RE: My dear 306 1.4 2000

Welcome Bach. Sorry to hear your beloved 306 has reached the end of the road. Good luck with finding a buyer.
Mighty306 Cars 1 346 15-04-2021, 05:25 AM
    Thread: XUD9 Valve clearances
Post: RE: XUD9 Valve clearances

Did your boss make you strip it back down again?!  :itwasntme:
Mighty306 XUD Section 8 1,184 12-04-2021, 07:41 AM
    Thread: New 306 Diesel Owner
Post: RE: New 306 Diesel Owner

Welcome to the club Tony & thanks for the lovely story of how you came by your 306.I owned a non-turbo XUD years ago. It was severely lacking in power ...took a half mile to overtake anything! Sou...
Mighty306 Newbies 1 347 12-04-2021, 07:38 AM
    Thread: wiper mechanism
Post: RE: wiper mechanism

There are some on eBay if you have no luck here.
Mighty306 Misc & Wanted 3 484 09-04-2021, 09:24 AM
    Thread: Haynes "Max power" book...
Post: RE: Haynes "Max power" book...

Nope, I personally haven't ever owned that particular Peugeot manual. Like keeping things pretty much stock myself. Interesting if you may have one of the cars that featured in it though.
Mighty306 The Couch 4 456 07-04-2021, 12:24 PM
    Thread: Wiring problem
Post: RE: Wiring problem

Sounds like you've got a short to ground somewhere. I'm afraid you're just going to have to go round testing components n inspecting the harness. Wouldn't be surprised if there are poor grounds somewh...
Mighty306 306 Projects 1 490 03-04-2021, 07:51 AM
    Thread: Getting problems at 140,000miles
Post: RE: Getting problems at 140,000miles

I talked about getting access to a trial online subscription here https://www.306oc.co.uk/forum/showthread...#pid627296 You can save all you need from the site as pdf's in that time.
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 7 469 03-04-2021, 07:41 AM
    Thread: Getting problems at 140,000miles
Post: RE: Getting problems at 140,000miles

I don't know enough about the HDi' to help much further I'm afraid. I'm a petrol rather than a derv man. If your friend has access to something like Autodata then he'll be able to get specific (&...
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 7 469 31-03-2021, 12:35 PM
    Thread: Getting problems at 140,000miles
Post: RE: Getting problems at 140,000miles

Weren't some of the very late HDi's OBD2 compliant?
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 7 469 30-03-2021, 10:18 PM
    Thread: No voltage at some sensors
Post: RE: No voltage at some sensors

Sounds like the brown sensor is fine but you'll somehow need to fix the wiring to the plug. Not easy if it's very close to the plug & as far as I'm aware those specific plugs aren't aware as a rep...
Mighty306 Electrics 3 664 30-03-2021, 08:37 PM
    Thread: Getting problems at 140,000miles
Post: RE: Getting problems at 140,000miles

Open circuit means incomplete (a break in) the circuit somewhere. That could be internal to the solenoid itself or the wiring to it. You may be able test either with just a multimeter but you'll need ...
Mighty306 DW10 HDi section 7 469 30-03-2021, 10:38 AM
    Thread: Introduction
Post: RE: Introduction

Hi Gwyn's. Welcome to the club. Always good to have you another 306 enthusiast join us :)
Mighty306 Newbies 1 388 28-03-2021, 11:23 AM
    Thread: No voltage at some sensors
Post: RE: No voltage at some sensors

Welcome to the club. Well, you've made a good start by identifying you have a low reference voltage for your sensors. My next steps would be to remove, clean & secure the grounds that the ECU use....
Mighty306 Electrics 3 664 25-03-2021, 12:55 PM
    Thread: Petrol to diesel
Post: RE: Petrol to diesel

I figure there's going to be quite a few differences in the wiring. With numbers on here these days it's unlikely someone with all the info at their disposal will see your post.  My recommendation wo...
Mighty306 306 Projects 2 345 25-03-2021, 11:02 AM
    Thread: Removing locking wheel nuts?
Post: RE: Removing locking wheel nuts?

Deep well bolt extractors eh? Good to know. Been meaning to get some Irwin's for a while but will check out the alternative.
Mighty306 Suspension, Transmission, Handling & Braking 12 780 12-03-2021, 11:53 PM
    Thread: ph3 1.8 16v meridian - wont start, help
Post: RE: ph3 1.8 16v meridian - wont start, help

It sounds like an odd one. If they were able to program a key then you would think there was good communication with the ECU & security module. What are you using to try to connect to it / diagno...
Mighty306 Electrics 2 455 10-03-2021, 08:47 AM
    Thread: Could have been worse ...I guess :(
Post: RE: Could have been worse ...I guess :(

I'm fairly sure it's a bot that revived this thread. It gives me an opportunity to update on it though. Firstly, the cable ties are still holding everything together. Secondly, the transport company s...
Mighty306 Photos Of Members / Cars 9 4,636 09-03-2021, 08:00 PM
    Thread: Youtube channels
Post: RE: Youtube channels

Good to hear from you Sam. Hope you've been keeping well. I subscribe to a few of the channels on your list but there are also a few new ones to check out - ta very much! You're not a Hoovies Garage ...
Mighty306 The Couch 16 1,476 08-03-2021, 05:57 PM