Peugeot 207 Workshop Manuals and Repair Manuals
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Peugeot 207This super-compact car was developed in between 2006 and 2012 by French manufacturer Peugeot. It replaced the Peugeot 206 and was available as a three or five-door hatchback, the 207-sW station wagon, a 207 coupe, and a 207 convertible coupe. The car was re-presented with several modifications (including a new grille design, LED lights in the rear, and some engine software improvements to boost power from 175 hp (130 kW) to 184 hp (137kW). After just securing the top three positions in qualifying for the 24 hours of Le Mans endurance race, Peugeot had fittingly released details for a Peugeot 207 Le Mans Series special edition model. With only 2000 units produced, the 207 Le Mans Series was distinguished on the outside with a sport front bumper with Shadow aluminium grille and Black Chrome headlights. The body side moldings, bumpers strips and sideview mirror housings were painted body color, while a long racing stripe got trimmed along the bonnet, roof, and rear spoiler
Peugeot 207 FAQ's
How do I change the spark plugs on my Peugeot 207?
To change the spark plugs on the Peugeot 207, start by locating the spark plug wires or ignition coil packs. Disconnect the wires or coil packs and use a spark plug socket and ratchet to remove the old spark plugs. Inspect the new spark plugs for proper gap and thread them into the cylinder head by hand, then tighten with the spark plug socket. Reconnect the spark plug wires or ignition coil packs, ensuring they are properly seated. For detailed instructions and specifications, consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
How do I check the transmission fluid level on my Peugeot 207?
To check the transmission fluid level on the Peugeot 207, start the engine and let it reach normal operating temperature. Locate the transmission dipstick, usually near the back of the engine bay. Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, reinsert it, and then pull it out again. Check the fluid level indicated on the dipstick against the "Full" and "Low" marks. If the fluid level is low, add the recommended transmission fluid through the dipstick tube. For detailed instructions and specifications, refer to the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
How do I replace a broken side mirror on my Peugeot 207?
To replace a broken side mirror on the Peugeot 207, start by locating the screws or bolts securing the mirror housing. Remove the screws or bolts and detach the electrical connector if applicable. Carefully remove the broken mirror and install the new one, ensuring it is properly aligned. Reattach the electrical connector if necessary and tighten the screws or bolts to secure the mirror housing. For detailed instructions and diagrams, refer to the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
How do I replace a headlight bulb on my Peugeot 207?
To replace a headlight bulb on the Peugeot 207, start by opening the hood and locating the back of the headlight assembly. Disconnect the electrical connector and remove the retaining clip or cover to access the bulb. Carefully remove the old bulb and insert the new one, ensuring it is securely in place. For detailed step-by-step instructions and illustrations, consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
How do I replace the brake pads on my Peugeot 207?
To replace the brake pads on the Peugeot 207, start by loosening the lug nuts on the wheel, then raise the vehicle and secure it with jack stands. Remove the wheel, and locate the brake caliper. Remove the caliper bolts and carefully slide out the old brake pads. Install the new brake pads and reassemble the caliper. Finally, reinstall the wheel and tighten the lug nuts. Detailed instructions along with diagrams can be found in the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
How do I replace the cabin air filter on my Peugeot 207?
To replace the cabin air filter on the Peugeot 207, start by locating the cabin air filter housing, usually behind the glove compartment. Open the glove compartment and remove any contents or restraining straps. Release the tabs or screws securing the cabin air filter housing and remove the cover. Take out the old cabin air filter and insert the new one, ensuring proper orientation. Reinstall the cover, secure the tabs or screws, and close the glove compartment. For detailed instructions, diagrams, and filter specifications, consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
How do I replace the windshield wipers on my Peugeot 207?
To replace the windshield wipers on the Peugeot 207, lift the wiper arm away from the windshield and locate the release tab or button. Press or push the release tab/button and slide the old wiper blade off the wiper arm. Align the new wiper blade with the arm and slide it onto the hook until it clicks into place. Gently lower the wiper arm back onto the windshield. If needed, consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual for additional instructions and illustrations.
How do I reset the service indicator on my Peugeot 207?
To reset the service indicator on the Peugeot 207, turn the ignition on without starting the engine. Press and hold the trip reset button until the spanner symbol or service message starts flashing. Release the button and press it again for a few seconds until the spanner symbol or service message disappears. Detailed instructions for resetting the service indicator can be found in the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
How do I troubleshoot an engine misfire on my Peugeot 207?
To troubleshoot an engine misfire on the Peugeot 207, start by checking for any diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) with an OBD-II scanner. If there are no codes, inspect the spark plugs, ignition coils, and spark plug wires for any signs of damage or wear. Check the fuel injectors for proper operation and the fuel filter for clogs. Additionally, ensure the air intake system and throttle body are clean and functioning correctly. If the issue persists, it is recommended to consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual or seek professional assistance.
How often should I change the air filter on my Peugeot 207?
The air filter on the Peugeot 207 should be changed approximately every 15,000 to 30,000 miles or every 12 to 24 months, depending on driving conditions. Regularly replacing the air filter helps maintain proper airflow to the engine, ensuring efficient combustion and preventing damage to engine components. Consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual for detailed instructions on how to change the air filter.
What is the recommended coolant for my Peugeot 207?
The recommended coolant for the Peugeot 207 is an ethylene glycol-based coolant with a concentration of 50% coolant and 50% distilled water. Using the correct coolant helps maintain the proper operating temperature of the engine and prevents corrosion and overheating. It is important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations and consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual for specific coolant specifications.
What is the recommended tire pressure for my Peugeot 207?
The recommended tire pressure for the Peugeot 207 can vary depending on the tire size and load conditions. Generally, the recommended tire pressure ranges from 30 to 35 PSI. It is crucial to maintain the correct tire pressure to ensure optimal handling, fuel efficiency, and tire longevity. Refer to the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual or the sticker on the driver's side door jamb for the specific recommended tire pressure for your vehicle.
What should I do if my Peugeot 207's battery is dead?
If your Peugeot 207's battery is dead, you can jump-start the vehicle using jumper cables and another vehicle or a portable jump starter. Connect the positive (red) cable to the positive terminal of the dead battery and the positive terminal of the charged battery or jump starter. Then, connect the negative (black) cable to the negative terminal of the charged battery or a suitable grounding point on the engine block of the dead vehicle. Start the engine of the charged vehicle or activate the jump starter and let it run for a few minutes before attempting to start the Peugeot 207. For further guidance, refer to the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual.
What type of engine oil should I use for my Peugeot 207?
For the Peugeot 207, it is recommended to use a fully synthetic engine oil with a viscosity grade of 5W-40 or 5W-30. Using the correct type and grade of engine oil ensures optimal performance and protection for your engine. It is important to check the owner's manual or consult the Peugeot 207 automotive repair manual for the specific oil recommendations for your vehicle.
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