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Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - connorgraham
Hi i am wondering if anyone can help me my car peugeot 106 1.1 independence cut out whilst i was driving i have a full tank of fuel butsays i have none there has been no leaks the car just makes a clicking noise when turning the key it wont start now the electrics in the car dont seem to e working properly any help is much appreciated.
Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - Manatee

Batteries can die very suddenly. Happened with boy's Panda, just the same.

Could be that, or just flat. Did you leave anything switched on?

Check battery terminal and earth cable connection to the body first, that's easy, and free.

If you have a meter put it across the terminals too - you should see 12.2-12.7V if there is aany reasonable amount of charge in it. If it's under 12V, it's either flat or kaput.

Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - connorgraham
Hi thanks for your reply i have had the battery checked and it seems to be full of charge the car has 12.5 v any other suggestions ?
Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - connorgraham
Hi thanks for your reply i have had the battery checked and it seems to be full of charge the car has 12.5 v any other suggestions ?
Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - Gibbo_Wirral

I'd check the earth points next.

Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - connorgraham
This might sound stupid but where are these ?
Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - thunderbird

i have had the battery checked and it seems to be full of charge the car has 12.5 v

12.6 volts is at the very bottom end of an acceptable charge. A healthy battery will have 12.7 volts in the morning after a nights layup.

But even a knackered battery can show a decent voltage. You need to put a meter across the battery whilst starting the car. A healthy battery will show near 11 volts, anything less than 10 volts and its time to spend.

Once running initially the voltage across the battery should be in the region of 14.4 volts (possibly dropping to 14.2 volts after a run with a hot engine) with a healthy alternator but modern ones can be much higher..

Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - connorgraham
Thanks for the replys i will try cleaning up the battery area and get it tested if all fails i will have to put it in a garage :( does anyone know if it could be the starter motor ?
Peugeot 106 - Cars broke - daveyjp
Rather than guess get it into A Bosch service centre. They will diagnose the problem in minutes.
 

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