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Peugeot 206 loosing rev's and stalling after filling with petrol?


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hi my 4 year old peugeot has started (done 3 time) completely loosing revs after filling with petrol when i change down into 1st. i presume its something to do with filling up but i cant be sure it could just be a coincedence? i change to 1st and the rev counter drops like a stone and then either jumps but to normal sitting rate or stalls the car completely.

 

each time it has happened i have stopped the car, cut off engine, waiting about a minute and restarted and the problem has gone??

 

my garage hasnt a clue, has anyone hada similar problem??

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Welcome to the site Gemma.

Some models had a Sagem coil pack which was later replaced with a Marelli one.

The Sagem on caused the ECU to be damaged and it was a common fault.

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Just Google Peugeot 206 and Sagem coil pack.

ECU=Electronic Control Unit,which is basically the engine management brain.

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