Help: My Peugeot 206 is having a BSI issue. – Car Talk – Nairaland

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Help: My Peugeot 206 is having a BSI issue. – Car Talk – Nairaland

My 206 has central lock problem. The BSI seems to be the issue. I fixed a new BSI and d central lock started working but the car won’t start because of the immobilizer and it has to be recoded to work with my car’s ECU. Did some online research and found out that a BSI cannot be recoded.

The only option is to buy a new BSI and ECU from the same car and transfer to my car before it will work. How true is this? Isn’t there some guru that can actually program the new BSI to work with my car?

Another unfortunate thing is that the new BSI i put in my car briefly changed my mileage from 44,000 to 145,000. I read that fixing a new BSI changes the reading of the mileage. Imagine my car that is pretty low on mileage now taking on the mileage of an older car. Can i get someone to reprogram the mileage?

The new BSi wasn’t even used because d car won’t start, it was just fixed to test if the central lock would work.

Honestly, this newer model of cars have too much wahala. My central lock controls my boot and d boot has no external opener, therefore my boot no longer opens and i have no access to my spare tire. I really feel like selling the car.

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Not strictly true that the Peugeot / Citroen BSI can’t be recoded. With the correct knowledge and software, they’re coded all day long. In Nigeria however, your options with regards coding are somewhat limited.

You’ll need the BSI, ECU and ignition key from the same donor car, with the same engine as your own car. With regards your altered mileage, your Peugeot 206, like most new models (BMW and Mercedes-Benz are the same) stores mileage data in the ECU or BSI. Older cars stored mileage data in the instrument cluster.

This means you can lift the cluster from a lower mileage car, and as soon as you plug it into your car, and power it up, your own mileage will appear.

The mileage can’t be altered, as far as I know.

Have you tried replacing your original BSI unit? If yes, does the engine now start, and has your mileage reverted back to what it should be?

I am battling with a similar problem.

I drive a Peugeot 207. It started with the car cutting power, which came with the ‘Engine Mgt System Faulty’ sign. After paying through the eye of the needle to get it fixed, my mech took it to a car wash, unsolicited, and got the engine compartment washed too. 3 days later, the ‘Depollution System Faulty’ came up and the car began choosing when to respond to kick-starting.

The car eventually refused to start sometime in April and has remained grounded after a pug expert diagnosed the ECU as fried. April till date, we have not been able to get a matching ECU, BSI, and key.

The car has been a wonderful car only that its maintenance and parts have been worrisome. I am even contemplating selling the car after fixing it, but it would break my heart to sell unhappiness to someone else. Pls help Siena.

Pls help.

BTT: I am battling with a similar problem.

I drive a Peugeot 207. It started with the car cutting power, which came with the ‘Engine Mgt System Faulty’ sign. After paying through the eye of the needle to get it fixed, my mech took it to a car wash, unsolicited, and got the engine compartment washed too. 3 days later, the ‘Depollution System Faulty’ came up and the car began choosing when to respond to kick-starting.

The car eventually refused to start sometime in April and has remained grounded after a pug expert diagnosed the ECU as fried. April till date, we have not been able to get a matching ECU, BSI, and key.

The car has been a wonderful car only that its maintenance and parts have been worrisome. I am even contemplating selling the car after fixing it, but it would break my heart to sell unhappiness to someone else. Pls help Siena.

What year is your Peugeot 207, and what engine size? Could you please let me have the ECU part number?

Thanks.

Yes Sienna. I tried replacing d original BSI but d car won’t start but d boot begins to open.

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