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Replacing a cam cover gasket is a straight forward job to do. Its simply removing the securing set screws, removing the cover(s), cleaning any residue debris from covers and cylinder header, fitting the gasket to the cover(s), and replacing the cover/gasket/screws, tighten evenly and finally check for leaks. If you do not have a compatable scanner for your ...
It's not just the cover that would need to be replaced. Normally they also have gaskets or rubber seals around them to stop any dirt getting into the engine itself or escaping from the engine. It may be you are being quoted for a cam cover, seal kit, oil and oil filter + labour. What you need to ask for is a breakdown of what the costs are from the ...
The part has to be between the air cleaner and the throttle body, find a part that is connected with rubber hoses and has a wire connected to it. You might need to remove the air filter box to see the MAF.
The Peugeot 207 petrols have a little bit of a reputation for clogging up on the throttle body. Using a tin of throttle body cleaner and a common bath room tooth brush, remove the hose to the throttle body. Spray in and around the throttle and clean off any 'dirt' with the tooth brush. Hold the throttle blade open and clean as much as possible in and around ...
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