1.5 BlueHDi engine timing chain information.

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Juan Sheet
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No problem, just make sure you service it yearly / 20k miles - whichever is soonest and use 05W30 FPW9.55535/03 oil for this engine, as it is slightly thicker to help protect the cam chain under cold starts.

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Hey Juan could you check my VIN and engine number please, Peugeot Partner. Do I need to do anything?


Van vin Vr3efyhyckj817797
Engine number Q4DT0038710
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Juan Sheet wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2024 7:09 pm
ZFCHOPIN wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2024 5:19 pm I went to the repair shop today. They added ADblue fluid and removed the engine fault light. Now the ADBLUE light is flashing + the service light is always on. And the prompt is: Exhaust system abnormality (engine stops after 1100KM)
Best to create a new topic for this as it's off-topic!
This issue could potentially be due to the cam chain. I initially had the exhaust and DPF checked. According to the mechanic because the car was in limp mode it would not reach high enough temperature to regenerate the DPF.
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... Which is another topic and nothing to do with the cam chain in this thread ;) Please create another topic as it just mixes up the core subject here. Apart from that the DPF has nothing to do with the SCR system (UREA), so that's not even related to the other issue :?
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Hello everyone, I am writing from Turkey. This problem is very common in Turkish cars and there are many cars in Turkey that are not abroad. My car is Peugeot 301 and Peugeot cars also have this problem. My number is VF3DDYHYSKJ669972. Can you check whether my chain is 7 mm or 8 mm? Please be informed that a lawsuit has been filed against Peugeot as a Turk.
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Hello everyone. I went to the local official repair shop yesterday and I have some information to report. They can replace a new 7MM chain, and replace it together with the timing belt and water pump, including a bearing. They asked for 490 euros. I wonder how many kilometers can I run after replacing the new 7MM chain and using 5W-30 oil?
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egesnl52 wrote: Wed Jun 19, 2024 11:05 pm Hello everyone, I am writing from Turkey. This problem is very common in Turkish cars and there are many cars in Turkey that are not abroad. My car is Peugeot 301 and Peugeot cars also have this problem. My number is VF3DDYHYSKJ669972. Can you check whether my chain is 7 mm or 8 mm? Please be informed that a lawsuit has been filed against Peugeot as a Turk.
Again, as I have stated countless times here - please read the previous posts. If your vehicle is pre late 2023, you will have the old 7mm belt.
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Hi from this newbi from Ireland.
We have a fleet of six 2021 Berlingo vans. About to replace the sixth engine without any help from Citroen.
Does anyone know the date that the cam chain problem was first reported to the dealer network? A copy of a service bulletin would be very useful.
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No, hard to tell as they keep updating and replacing the bulletins.
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