Peugeot 308 Timing Belt Change – We have previously reported that the Citroën C3 Picasso and Citroën C4 produced between 2013 and 2017 will return with the interior name “HLT”. The defect may occur in 46,887 vehicles built with supercharged “EB” gasoline engines.
A spokesperson for Groupe PSA Deutschland confirmed to kfz-rueckrufe.de that “chemical processes in the engine oil can affect the vehicle’s timing belt” and that functional failure of various components cannot be ruled out. In particular, it is a brake booster, as recalled in the previous case of PSA under the names “HFC” (Citroën/DS) and “JZR” (Peugeot). The problem affects more than half a million cars and was reported last November in this article: Peugeot and Citroën are recalling 1.2 liter petrol engines. The brake booster can fail
Peugeot 308 Timing Belt Change
French authorities have announced yet another recall of the timing belt that also appeared in the European Union’s Rapex warning system. Promotions with internal codes “HQX” (Citroën/DS) and “KLZ” (Peugeot) are not yet valid for all markets. A spokeswoman for Groupe PSA Deutschland confirmed, “There is no action for Germany with the code “HQX” and “KLZ”.
How To Replace Timing Belt On Citroen Berlingo B9 1.6 Hdi
According to French authorities and the EU Rapex system, the Citroën Berlingo, C3 Picasso, C4 Cactus, C4 Picasso, C4, C-Elysée and Spacetourer/Jumpy as well as the DS3 and DS5 are at risk of sudden engine failure. The same applies to Peugeot 208, 2008, 3008, 301, 308, 5008, 508, Partner, Traveler and Expert. Estimates list production dates between May 2014 and August 2018. Opel is also mentioned in official materials.
“Our internal quality checks have revealed that around 800 Crossland X and Grandland X series vehicles (production period March 2017 to April 2018) with the 1.6 diesel engine may have worn timing belt, causing engine damage. Currently aware We have not had any incidents that caused material damage or personal injury in this context. The recall on certain export markets with particularly bad (dusty) road conditions; no vehicles in Germany are affected. contact potentially affected to replace the relevant parts in the engine compartment as a precautionary measure after 60,000 km or four years old. A visit to an authorized Opel repairer is free for the customer and takes approximately 2.7 hours.”
If you read about a recall that you believe may affect your car, contact a dealership or repair shop that is officially authorized to perform repairs on behalf of the manufacturer immediately and ask for details.
If you want to know more about possible problems with a particular car (eg actual mileage, possible accident damage, odometer return, repairs, etc.) then we recommend you visit HPI-Check.
Ep6 Engine Timing Chain Refitting
Roman Beránek is a Czech independent automotive journalist, former editor of the website CNC Auto.cz, former host of “Automotorevevue” on Czech Radio and CzechTV. He founded the site in 2016 to better inform car owners and contribute to greater road safety.
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