peugeot forums, peugeot Information,Peugeot Photos, Peugeot Reviews
Peugeot Central
Peugeot Central :: View topic - OBDII Fault code: P1351

Peugeot Central Forum Index >> Peugeot 307 forum >> OBDII Fault code: P1351
Post new topic Reply to topic printer-friendly view
View previous topic - View next topic
OBDII Fault code: P1351

tonyfinn

On the Grid On the Grid
Joined: Mar 09, 2008 Posts: 20 Location: Geneva, Switzerland Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 31
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Fri 30 May, 2008 12:25 pm Reply with quote
Hello everyone,

I'm new around here but I have a minor problem (well I hope so anyway!)

I own a 307 HDi 136 "Speed Up".

Not so long back I had some fault codes that relayed back to the Fuel Cap Sensor and what at the time seemed to be the Glow Plug Control Box - I replaced both and both related error codes then were wiped never to reappear again. However after several days a new one appeared 'P1351' and no matter how I try to clear it, it just wont go away!

I've checked all connections, continuity between the Glow Plug Control box and the loom to the glow plugs and everything seems OK.

Since then I had an anti-pollution fault which I diagnosed as being the Pressure Sensor for the FAP/DPF (it'd become water logged).

....but I still get P1351!!!!

I've searched and searched on google and on here, but don't find a solution for this. I know there's always Peugeot, but I try to avoid them if at all possible as the hourly rate here in Switzerland is rather excessive!!!!!

If anyone can enlighten me here then I'd be ever so grateful.

Thanks in advance  Wink

Anthony.
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Advertisement
PeugeotCentral.co.uk
Advertisement
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

simo26

On the Grid On the Grid
Joined: Jan 29, 2008 Posts: 27 Posts Left: 3
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google

PostPosted: Fri 30 May, 2008 9:23 pm Reply with quote
P1351 IDM Input Circuit Malfunction/ Ignition Coil Control Circuit High Voltage.
Not sure what it means though, but it's what I have in my Obd list, must be relating to your coil.
Hope it helps.
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

jaycee027

Limited Edition Limited Edition
Joined: Apr 03, 2008 Posts: 157 Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 30
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Fri 30 May, 2008 11:55 pm Reply with quote
that to me sounds like either low fluid or fap probs ! will need to check out the code first though , you say you had a cap fault ! if im right in saying that when you get a cap fault it dumps all your eolys fluid into your fuel tank therefore clogging up your fap quiet quickly ! that could be the case here

how did you extract the codes ?? i personaly would take it to peugeot as they have the best diag equip for it ...    although i know there prices yet my gf has a cousin that works there  so nothing beer money cant sort  Very Happy  

i will check the codes for you unless canyon comes sooner
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

tonyfinn

On the Grid On the Grid
Joined: Mar 09, 2008 Posts: 20 Location: Geneva, Switzerland Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 31
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Sat 31 May, 2008 10:38 am Reply with quote
Hi,

I'm aware of the cap sensor fault, but it depends which direction the fault lies - i.e. open/closed

Anyway that was over quite some time ago now and the FAP now regenerates properly every 700 to 1000kms, before it was changed and during the fault with the sensor it was doing the regen every 400 - 500kms.

P1351 is on Peugeot models is related to the pre-heat (glow plugs) circuit of course on petrol engines it means something else....

I was just wondering if anyone has had the same fault as me on their HDi....
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

jaycee027

Limited Edition Limited Edition
Joined: Apr 03, 2008 Posts: 157 Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 30
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Sun 01 Jun, 2008 9:41 pm Reply with quote
you didnt say which tool was used to read the codes ? i have had snap on code readers on the 307 and if i did what it said was wrong i would be still non the wiser !!

get it read by peugeot there is no compromise for dealer equiptment .. jamie
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

tonyfinn

On the Grid On the Grid
Joined: Mar 09, 2008 Posts: 20 Location: Geneva, Switzerland Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 31
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Sun 01 Jun, 2008 10:54 pm Reply with quote
hi....

Standard lap-top with ELM scan to read the defaults....

The annoying thing is that I checked the reservoir which contains the 'Cerine' last night and it appears as though it is empty!!!!! Sad

The thing is though, I don't get any messages on the in car computer, no 'additive low' or any other warning... the car continues to regenerate, although it is now starting to smoke more than it should with this bloody FAP/DPF

Today I did 2 hours of motorway driving as I came to the end of the motorway upon the approach to a round-about, pressed clutch down, and the engine cut out!!!

So tomorrow I'll be booking it in to the garage... oh what fun!!
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

tonyfinn

On the Grid On the Grid
Joined: Mar 09, 2008 Posts: 20 Location: Geneva, Switzerland Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 31
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Mon 02 Jun, 2008 7:58 pm Reply with quote
well the car is booked in for next wednesday... fingers crossed it isn't expensive!
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

jaycee027

Limited Edition Limited Edition
Joined: Apr 03, 2008 Posts: 157 Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 30
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Tue 03 Jun, 2008 7:32 pm Reply with quote
where you got the car booked in at ? i like to do all my work myself yet when it comes to code reading i would`nt take it to anyone else but peugeot !
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

tonyfinn

On the Grid On the Grid
Joined: Mar 09, 2008 Posts: 20 Location: Geneva, Switzerland Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 31
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Wed 04 Jun, 2008 7:17 am Reply with quote
jaycee027 wrote (View Post):
where you got the car booked in at ? i like to do all my work myself yet when it comes to code reading i would`nt take it to anyone else but peugeot !


...well I'm not sure if you are local or not, but it's booked in with Peugeot Acacia - Geneva, Switzerland!

oh lordy... I just know this is going to cost a fortune! Sad
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Re: OBDII Fault code: P1351

jaycee027

Limited Edition Limited Edition
Joined: Apr 03, 2008 Posts: 157 Posts Left: 1
Status: Offline
What Peugeot do you own?: 307
How did you find Peugeot Central?: Google
Age: 30
Gender: Male

PostPosted: Thu 05 Jun, 2008 12:46 am Reply with quote
good choice although very deer they have the right software and they should know alot more than the average tech that works on a number of different makes of car . having said that my missus has a cousin that works for puegeot so we get all our work done cheap  Very Happy  having said that the mil light does still come on from time to time yet we just ignore it and then comes the cam belt kit ive had in the boot for a month or so !! i might do it soon
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Display posts from previous:
Peugeot Central Forum Index >> Peugeot 307 forum >> OBDII Fault code: P1351
Post new topic Reply to topic printer-friendly view


Goto page 1, 2  NextPage 1 of 2
Jump to:  
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum
You cannot attach files in this forum
You cannot download files in this forum






Spambot Killer
Site Map
[backend] [backendforums] [backenddownloads] [backendlinks] [Validate robots.txt]
Car insurance from TheAA || Motorhome|| Motorhome Accessories || Motorhome Solar Panels || Labrador Forums || Caravan Forums || Motorhome Insurance
Fiamma Products