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peugeot 607 2.2 hdi 2003 trouble code p0023 and antipollution fault car wont start just cranks

Posted By miguelos Wednesday, January 15, 2014 9:21:01 PM
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hello

im new here just looking for help this problem my girlfriend drove the car on motorway and than it just died bleeping anti pollution faulty

brought back by green flag who erased the dpf filter code but the other code remained P0026 INTAKE VALVE CONTROL SOLENOID BANK 1 RANGE/PERFORMANCE PROBLEM then car cranks but wont start battery is ok it cranks well, please would someone help or at least point me to what is this valve, i have peugeot service box and looking at it, i can only find egr valve solenoid etc but in the code cause it refers to dirty oil or bad valve control solenoid would this have anything to do with dpf filter or what??

feel free t ask any questions

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The inlet valve control solenoid controls the vacuum-operated butterfly valve on the entry to the inlet manifold. Check that it is open when the engine isn't running and that its plastic link rod hasn't come off.

The cause of the engine cutting-out may not have left a fault-code so use live-data.

Check for; Cranking rpm at least 350; Tank pump running; Cam/crank synch - Yes; Rail pressure at least 120 bar.

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 Posted Wednesday, January 15, 2014 9:52:35 PM
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hi you are a star thanks for replying ill will look at it tomorrow. i looked around the engine and the inlet butterfly is behind engine so maybe ill have to look from underneath t see it

thanks man i will post tomorrow the outcome

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 Posted Thursday, January 16, 2014 7:20:33 PM
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hi guys

thanks for your help i havent had an opportunity to look at it today went to work just got back my girlfriend wants to put it in the peugeot garage for them to do. we bought the car last monday it was from a friend, i spoke to him today he said that once or twice in 6 months the antipollution fault would come up on the dash, a year ago he took it out (the dpf filter) and jet washed it and 3 months ago he filled the additive to the top for the dpf, the code reader displayed the p0026 code and cause - dirty oil or faulty intake valve control solenoid.

the oil has recently been changed, and allways had services done, maybe that intake valve control solenoid triggers the antipollution

im not a mechanic, but allways fixed my cars my self and diesel cars seem to be a bit more complicated, i looked in peugeot service box

and in the head shows 4 butterflies i dont know if that is part of the intake i can only assume they are part of it but maybe there is another where the air pipe attaches if i make any sense sorry if im talking crap, i dont know any better lol.

this car has done 148000 miles but the engine looks well looked after very clean no oil leaks timing belt and all service parts have been done is quite i wouldnt have given it that milage if i didnt know, also had new clutch and flywheel.
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 Posted Thursday, January 16, 2014 7:24:03 PM
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 Posted Thursday, January 16, 2014 7:49:20 PM
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Any emission-related fault code triggers the 'Anti-pollution' warning, so it doesn't help much. Washing-out the DPF is unwise and refilling the additive doesn't help unless you have a good scanner to reset the level counter. If it goes to a dealers, be careful - looks like some very expensive maintenance has been avoided and may have to be done, now at your cost. Get fixed quotes before authorizing any work.

Dirty oil doesn't affect P0026 - that's a solenoid circuit fault. The intake valve is a big single butterfly - right on the entry to the inlet manifold - it's also known as a throttle valve, a dozer valve, an anti-shudder valve and an intake valve. The four small butterflies control the airflow inside the manifold on 16-valve engines.

The picture didn't display - try uploading it again, or check it's in a supported format.

If you haven't got a scanner, then you're really going nowhere - modern diesels are frighteningly complex and, as said, not all faults leave codes, live-data is essential.


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once yu said is the inlet butterfly i understood what it was. like a throttle in a petrol.

i have an autel al419 it does live data so i will check didnt get a chance today
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is a valve operated by a solenoid instead of a cable to the accelerator
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No cable; the solenoid controls a flow of vacuum.

The diagram you uploaded shows the inlet manifold runner butterflies.


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maybe this has the solenoid

number -20 =ELECTROVALVE



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