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The Key Code problem I had was remedied in a French garage last year. This has left the 'van with too much white exhaust smoke on start up. With the engine at normal temperature the exhaust is quite clean. Over the following 2500 miles the fuel consumption was normal at 27 mpg.

The remedy involved removing the fuel pump.

My local garage (where I have both the 'van and my car serviced) are reluctant to remove the fuel pump ( labour cost about £200) to check that it is aligned correctly.

I have read the dialogue in the website (August 2011) re Key Code problems but it doesn't answer my query which is "Is it possible to mis-align the fuel pump to give the problem I now have?"


I would prefer to use my local garage as our main dealer Peugeot is fronted by a man (with a declared total lack of technical knowledge) in a suit in the showroom. The customer is not allowed to talk to any of the workers.


Hoping you can help, so that I can leave the site without blasting smoke all over next door's breakfast table.

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