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Have I fitted the clutch plate on my Peugeot 206 CC incorrectly?
I've just replaced a clutch kit on a 2004 Peugeot 206 CC. Is it possible to put the clutch plate in the wrong way? I've bled the hydraulic system and can see that the clutch is moving in and out but when I try to put it into gear the clutch area makes a sandpaper scratching noise and won't go into gear at all while the engine is running. When the engine is off, the the gears work without the clutch. What could the problem be?
It sounds as though you may have fitted it incorrectly. The clutch plate should be fitted with the flat surface towards the flywheel (the springs towards the pressure plate).
Why can I only feel one gear change in my Peugeot 206?
I've just bought a 2001 Peugeot 206 automatic for a little commuter car. It has only done 28,000 miles from new but I'm concerned about the rpm. When I go onto the motorway (70mph) the rpm is about 4200 and at 56 about 3200, which is using a lot of petrol. I can also only feel one gear change at around 35mph. Please advise.
It's a 4-speed automatic and it is not changing into 4th. Get it to a member of http://www.fedauto.co.uk/
We currently have an automatic 1.6 Mazda MX5. We need an automatic due to the wife being profoundly deaf. Sue has set her heart on a convertible with a powered roof.
We have discounted the Mercedes-Benz SLK which we quite like due to rust at the age we can afford.
We can spend around £3000 plus trade in - could you suggest any alternative that we should consider? Whilst we understand that we would have to spend on maintaining it we wish to minimize this as it only a fun car properly no more than 5000 miles per year.
The only obvious alternative is a Peugeot 206CC auto, but I wouldn't swap an MX5 for one. The MeganeCC and 307CC autos weren't much cop.
Peugeot 206 bought privately is unroadworthy
I purchased a Peugeot 206 two days ago and have just found out today that its actually unroadworthy. I have spoken with citizens advice and they have told me I'm entitled to a full refund or for the seller to fix this. I have spoken with the seller (private) and asked for a refund to which I was told that they knew there was a problem and that its my problem now the car basically is pulling me on the opposite side of the road when I drive it.
I am so upset that someone could sell this to me as I explained to the seller that I had a 1yr old child and that she would be getting in the car and I needed it to be safe. I didn't expect perfection but at least a safe drive I was informed that the car was safe as her son drove it back and from work ever day without problems and there just generally were not any problems.
The private seller has been rude and very offensive towards me and actually said she felt sorry for me as I am a young woman with a small child but its just not her problem. Do you think i have a good enough case to go to small court?
The private seller is liable for selling you an unroadworthy car, so tell him that if he does not refund your money you will sue him for it via the small claims track of the county court and will also bring criminal charges against him for selling you an unroadworthy car.