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Air filter change Peugeot 207 2006 - 2009 Diesel 1.4 HDi

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Peugeot 207 2006 - 2009  | 1.4 HDi Air filter change

  • time 5 to 45 minutes
  • difficulty 1

1.4 litre engines

1 Remove the plastic cover from the top of the engine. The cover is retained by rubber grommets, and pulls upwards to release.
2 Undo the screws at the front of the filter cover, then lift the cover and withdrawn the filter element. Note which way up the element was fitted (see illustrations) .
Undo the three air filter cover screws (arrowed), lift off the cover . . .
. . . and remove the filter element
3 Position the new element in the filter housing and refit the filter cover. Note the three lugs at the rear of the cover, which engage with the housing. Tighten the retaining screws securely.
4 Refit the plastic cover to the top of the engine.

1.6 litre engines

5 Remove the plastic cover from the top of the engine. The cover is retained by rubber grommets, and pulls upwards to release.
6 Remove the primary air inlet duct from the front of the engine compartment, and then remove the turbocharger inlet duct, and the air cleaner inlet duct.
7 Remove the fuel priming pump and support from the top of the air cleaner.
8 Remove the air mass meter as follows:
9 The air mass meter is located in the inlet ducting from the air cleaner housing/intercooler. Remove the plastic cover from its mountings on top of the engine. Note: 1.6 litre DV6TED4 models fitted with particulate filter have a double air inlet mass meter, which is attached to four air pipes.
10 Disconnect the wiring plug connector(s) from the air mass meter (see illustration) .
Air mass meter wiring plug
11 Slacken the retaining clips and disconnect the air inlet ducting from either side of the air mass meter (two pipes each side on DV6TED4 engines). Plug or cover the turbocharger inlet duct, using clean rag to prevent any dirt or foreign material from entering. Where applicable, unbolt the air mass meter from the mounting bracket.
12 Undo the retaining screws at the front of the air cleaner, then unhook and remove the cover.
13 Withdraw the filter element; noting which way up it is fitted.
14 Position the new element in the air cleaner housing and refit the cover, making sure the rear lugs engage properly. Tighten the retaining screws securely.
15 Refit the remaining parts using a reversal of the removal procedure.
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