Versions were built in by from 1996 to 2002. In Australia, the only engines available were the 1. How do you remove the relay carrier from the car without the dash coming out if even possible, again I hope so 3. The basic shape remained the same, but lights, grille and bumpers were redesigned in an effort to bring the styling into line with the new, more rounded, Peugeot family look established with the. Couldn't find a definitive list anywhere of what each one does. The sharing of platforms between and has been parent company policy since the late 1970s, after the Peugeot takeover of the then bankrupt Citroen in the wake of the 1974 oil crisis.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to. It was also available in automatic. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Thanks for your help everyone! There were also some changes to the dashboard layout, including a digital odometer, and trim quality which freshened up the car in the face of increasingly stiff competition from other manufacturers. Do you think that the fact something has been plugged in must have been the case, for whatever reason, perhaps by mistake would cause the relay to short and melt out as presumably there would be a 12v feed but no earth to go to as the relevant accessory is not plugged in? As for the fusebox, there isn't a relay there for Phase 3 as Thug points out, perhaps it is used on diesel versions for some purpose, I'm not sure.
Check and make sure all the multiplugs are connected first of all. The Phase 1 model was known as the N3 in Australia, and introduced in 1994. Had the problem on my 306, thought the switches were faulty, swapped and chanbged about loads of times, working intermittaltly. Peugeot 306 Maxi The Peugeot 306 Maxi competed in of the French and. If that's ok I would gain access to the master switch on the drivers door. New models also appeared in Phase 2 trim.
I'm still not sure what the jumper cable does but will know once I get the fuse box apart - hopefully I can get things back to normal without too much issue. The Meridian model originally a special edition was also relaunched in 1999 and boasted a generous equipment list including new half-leather seats, and further cosmetic upgrades to the interior. What does the missing relay do, and is it likely related to the fan issues? Ignition Switch and Peugeot 306 Wiring Diagram with Main Supply, Peugeot 306 Wiring Diagram with Engine Earth and Air Conditioning Compressor, Pump Unit and Peugeot 306 Wiring Diagram with Fuse Box Connector. Find sources: — · · · · June 2007 Peugeot 306 Overview Manufacturer Production 2. Illumination: switch, instrument panel, cigar, radio F10 30A Battery +ve Rear electric window F11 ------- F12 10A Ignition +ve Instrument panel warning light, starter inhibitor switch and relay, reversing lights, water in fuel sensor, cruise control, catalitic converter temp. I was thinking engine fans supported by the previous owner, who says it was like that when he got it and was to help with a fan issue according to an auto electrician who inspected it and having done the usual test by removing the brown plug from the thermostat housing I find that only the left fan spins up at high speed.
I can't see all 4 motors broken. The and were also built on the same platform. Cheers for the help, on a side note, what do you know what each of the other relays do in there. Some base models made use of the normally aspirated diesel engine. While some were fitted with Phase 3 tailgates and bonnets, the car was basically a Phase 2 in terms of the fuse box and electrical wiring loom, including the use of Phase 2 remote locking.
Also, if this problem has occurred after a recent repair, I suggest you return to the repairer. Ratings are estimated from data on real crashes reported to police in Australia and New Zealand and provide a very high level of confidence. Can't find a guide anywhere. At high mileages this is prone to wear of the axle mounting bushes which is easily fixed. Also discovered the passenger seat airbag connector unplugged, no warning lights on the dash so looked into it and there was no check on ignition which got me worried. The Indirect Injection Diesel that uses the Comet combustion chamber design, is popular for conversion to run on vegetable oil, as long as the Bosch Fuel System is fitted to the engine. The car took the in 1999, 2000 and 2001, and the title in 2000, 2001 and 2002.
Mechanically, the 306 is virtually identical to the , which was launched two years before the 306: both cars use the same floorpan and core structure. As the production of the Rallye straddled the Phase 2 and 3 models, some Rallyes had superficial Phase 3 features such as the flush glass tailgate and slightly different bonnet, but remained fundamentally a Phase 2 model in such characteristics as the fuse box and electrical layout. Seat upholstery was cloth in a specific Rallye pattern. Concept versions of the 306 were first seen around the end of 1990, although the motoring press initially reported that it was going to replace the smaller. Solution is to open the isolation around the cables and either repair them or displace them, its possible to buy a repair kit at the peugeot dealer Jan 28, 2009.
Not only did its outright performance match many similarly sized petrol cars — almost certainly a first for an affordable mainstream diesel — but the carefully designed installation ensured its considerable extra weight did not upset the car's handling. Almost all models included and multiple as standard equipment. The sedan model, for many motorists provided an alternative to the domination of the car markets by hatchbacks and was hailed at the time by amongst others. Peugeot gave the 306 many updates and aesthetic changes to keep up with the competition, and it was replaced by the in 2001. As I figured out, the wire was soldered to the buzz bar and was bypassing the melted out fuse and spliced into the loom at the back, stripped this out and re-fitted the correct connecter and then plugged in a new fuse box and everything seems to work as it should, not a job I'd like to repeat.