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Introductions / Re: 206gti full of problems
« Last post by Sunlight on October 04, 2017, 04:27:37 PM »
Both of those problems are super common in my experience. What year model is it?
That engine fault code sounds exactly like our 2002 model 206. Hunts on idle when it's cold and throws a fault code now and then. I am told it needs a new coil pack, but it's yet to get one because it's my daily and i have zero cares for it.

Scan tool will be able to tell you which airbag/cable is faulting 
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Introductions / Re: Newbie
« Last post by Pee Dubbaya on October 01, 2017, 07:48:20 PM »
Welcome Neil, we'd be keen to hear some motorsport stories so get involved!
The old 405 still handles better than a lot of modern stuff - just a pity it's getting a bit behind in features and safety terms these days.
205 in any form is just back to basics fun - timeless!!!
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Introductions / Re: Newbie (to both pugs and this forum)
« Last post by Pee Dubbaya on October 01, 2017, 07:39:55 PM »
Welcome along Shane, good to have you!
The early (Phase 1) 306 is a cool ride - right in that transition period between oldschool 80's and "modern" cars. An interesting ride that I'm sure will keep you grinning and wanting to thrash it everywhere!
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Introductions / Re: Showing off your ride
« Last post by Sal on October 01, 2017, 02:45:01 PM »
My recent acquisition.
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Introductions / Newbie (to both pugs and this forum)
« Last post by Sal on October 01, 2017, 02:33:26 PM »
Shane here. Just bought my first Peugeot, a '95 306 S16. I not a Peugeot aficionadoand I know it's no 205GTI but still like the styling and handling. Stepping out of it at work in a sea of Mitsubishi Colts and Honda Odysseys makes me feel like a teen again.
With my limited knowledge, I'm hoping this forum can provide a little guidance when I'm looking for advice.
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Introductions / Newbie
« Last post by daloebster on September 27, 2017, 02:27:26 PM »
Hi all, newbie here, my name's Neil from Nelson , interests are most forms of motorsport having both rallied and circuited in the past. Always had a liking for Peugeot especially since selling them new back in the early 90's. At that time the 405 virtually handled better than anything mainstream. Tucked in my garage is a 205CJ for those fine days,  Nelson new and just ticked 60000miles - would get some pics when it stops raining - but want to add to this with a 205GTi and Mi16 if there's any available -- please
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Introductions / Re: I.Am.Back. Finally. With another lil rocket.
« Last post by nomadave on September 22, 2017, 12:09:17 AM »
Thanks guys, I'll book in a windscreen guy next week and hope for no cans of rusty worms.

Might have to hit you up for the wrecker contacts there... and see what you have left... headlight adjusters? Door hinge stops? Oem gearknobs? RadHoses?
Always up for a roadtrip through the waikato as needed.

Still undecided whether to return this to road trim or start down the race car path


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Introductions / Re: I.Am.Back. Finally. With another lil rocket.
« Last post by Pee Dubbaya on September 21, 2017, 04:32:06 PM »
Pretty much any auto glass place should be able to get a new screen. I recently got a new one for my 205 - was about $400 fitted.
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Introductions / Re: I.Am.Back. Finally. With another lil rocket.
« Last post by MYRUSH on September 21, 2017, 12:13:03 AM »
I have a few bits leftover from one that stripped for parts
Theres the silver one on TradeMe but his prices are unrealistic
Theres also a guy I know parting one as well but he is down in Te Awamutu.

All of which are XSi's
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Introductions / Re: I.Am.Back. Finally. With another lil rocket.
« Last post by nomadave on September 20, 2017, 04:30:34 PM »
Hey all again,
Have spent some time stripping into his car and now have a massive list of to do's and to buy's.

Is anyone wrecking a 106 or have stuff kicking about?

Also.  Doe anyone know a best place to get a replacement windshield from?
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