Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

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Re: Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

Post by Pug406sv » Fri Mar 23, 2012 2:54 pm

I have issues with my 406 :|
When I try to start it, it will just turn around, but not actually fire up the engine. Will this be a starter fault? Or does the tricks in this thread only apply when you get the "click" sound only from the starter?

I can sit there trying to start my car for 10 minutes... when it SUDDENLY just fires up and runs perfectly fine. It's also easier to get it started once I've driven the car for a bit and the engine is warm.
Hard to start in the mornings, when one would need to RUSH to work :P

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Re: Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

Post by lozz » Fri Mar 23, 2012 6:04 pm

Pug406sv wrote:I have issues with my 406 :|
When I try to start it, it will just turn around, but not actually fire up the engine. Will this be a starter fault? Or does the tricks in this thread only apply when you get the "click" sound only from the starter?

I can sit there trying to start my car for 10 minutes... when it SUDDENLY just fires up and runs perfectly fine. It's also easier to get it started once I've driven the car for a bit and the engine is warm.
Hard to start in the mornings, when one would need to RUSH to work :P
How old is the Battery?
if its a few years old, have a drop test done on it, Might just be the battery not packing enough volts if its an oldish one,

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Re: Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

Post by Pug406sv » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:19 am

The battery is brand new :|

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Re: Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

Post by GingerMagic » Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:10 pm

Can I just jump on the end of this thread??

My 2.2 has been slow to start for a few weeks - I just put it down to cold weather draining the battery - but when car didn't start on Sunday, I tried to jump start it. Turns out the battery is full of charge but starter just clicking. Nothing on pp2000 ( as a precaution ) so I think I need a new starter.
I don't supposed anyone knows if the starter from a 110 hdi will fit the 2.2? I don't have access to servicebox.

Also, when I checked under mine to 'persuade' the starter to engage - it appeared that I can see the teeth on the flywheel, and there is lots of oil around the starter - Is there supposed to be a cover on there as this could be why starter has failed.?

Car doesn't use or leak oil, so no idea where this grime comes from.....
1999 T4 family wagon
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1998 406 V6 Coupe - Midlife crisis..!
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Re: Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

Post by Sonia406 » Sat May 11, 2013 6:27 pm

GingerMagic wrote:Can I just jump on the end of this thread??

My 2.2 has been slow to start for a few weeks - I just put it down to cold weather draining the battery - but when car didn't start on Sunday, I tried to jump start it. Turns out the battery is full of charge but starter just clicking. Nothing on pp2000 ( as a precaution ) so I think I need a new starter.
I don't supposed anyone knows if the starter from a 110 hdi will fit the 2.2? I don't have access to servicebox.

Also, when I checked under mine to 'persuade' the starter to engage - it appeared that I can see the teeth on the flywheel, and there is lots of oil around the starter - Is there supposed to be a cover on there as this could be why starter has failed.?

Car doesn't use or leak oil, so no idea where this grime comes from.....
I don't think we're allowed are we? :lol: There are some small minded people who don't like to see old topics bumped back up :shock:
However - sod them :D :mrgreen:
I don't know what to suggest but I am sure some one will come along and help you :) Good luck hun!
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Re: Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

Post by steve_earwig » Sat May 11, 2013 7:34 pm

Yep, there's a plate - 2107F6, it's the same for ML5T & C gearboxes and it's about 10 and a half quid from Pug (in case the breakers want to sell you the whole 'box :roll: ) Have a diagram http://peugeot406coupe.nl/catalogus/D9G/2/22D15A.HTM

Starter motors - this'll be fun... Oh my gawd there's loads :frown: Hold on a mo', looks like the only difference is the class, and it lists class 4 for all DWs, saloon and estate (and class 5 for a coupé). All different makes but all with the same part number- looks like a 2.0 HDi starter will indeed fit on your 2.2 :cheesy:
Unskilled meddling sin©e 2007

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1991 Yamaha TDM850 - fuel leaks galore!
2008 Toyota Recall4 2.0 VVTI ATM LHD JTMBH31V90D007261 - flimsy piece of crap.
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Re: Starter motor FIXED !!! (with a warning)

Post by arber333 » Wed Sep 12, 2018 8:47 am

I will ask here how intentionaly do something you are fighting against :).
I have Pug 406C 3.0 V6 y03 model.

Anyone knows how to quickly disable engine starter without pulling starting fuse? I would like to test if cabin fan works with 14V from outside PSU to electrical without actually starting the engine. Only provide starting pulse for electronics. Observing wiring i saw starter fuse is routing power to fan also. If i remove it i also loose the fan.

When i take the engine out for my conversion i will have to provide 14VDC power to car from another source. That will be DCDC converter from 380Vdc to 14Vdc. I would like to test this before i start to take the car apart.

tnx

Arber

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