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Peugeot 207 Anti-Pollution Warning and Engine Fault light

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Jan 18, 2022, 12:42 PM

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Hi. I have a 2008 Peugeot 207 Diesel with 90900 miles on the clock. Three days ago an Anti-Pollution Message appeared together with an Engine Warning light. (The Anti-Pollution Message showed last year for the first time and a friend found some the air filtering casing had come loose - he put it back in place and the message disappeared). For a short time the engine seemed to labour and it seemed to hold back instead of accelerating. I took it to a garage who ran a diagnostic test and the following codes appears:
P1351 - Pre/post Heating Relay Circuit Relay Controlled and Spark Plugs Not Supplied
P0087 - Diesel High Pressure Regulation Circuit Pressure Below Reference Value
Lifting up the bonnet he saw one of the injector/injection plugs?? was wet. He said that if that was the fault, the parts would cost around £300 - labour would be extra. He also asked if I'd put petrol in the fuel by mistake, as this fault can be caused by this - OR it could just be an electrical fault. The car is booked to go into the garage next Monday. When I drove away from the garage, neither the warning message or the engine light appeared and have not appeared since and it's running as normal. I don't do a great deal of mileage and I don't have the opportunity to drive fast - no motorways here - other than half a mile of dual carriageway. So perhaps car needs a bit of a fast drive?? Any ideas would be very welcome. Thanks.

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Jan 18, 2022, 2:45 PM

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Re: Peugeot 207 Anti-Pollution Warning and Engine Fault light Sign In

We don't have that car here in the US and as a rule I stay away from diesels but the P1351 is referring to a problem in the circuit for the glow plugs relay and the other code has to do with the high pressure fuel pump which can be very dangerous to work on. I don't think this is going to be a DIY type job.


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