My daughter has just got a 52 plate 206 1.4 with only 17500 miles on it. While carrying out a coolant flush I noticed the engine warning light was on. I plugged in my bluethooth code reader and that said that there were no codes stored so I bought a cheap streetwize unit from euro car parts but that won't communicate and I keep getting a 'LINK ERROR' message which means something is stopping it from communicating. Does anyone know what the comms issues could be?
Posted: Mon Nov 23, 2020 11:47 am
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Whilst it's possible that there might be a real reason for the units not responding to messages from your device (ie they are fundamentally broken), without using the tried-and-tested tools it's impossible to say.
Have you tried borrowing another 206 to see if your device will read codes off that?
I appreciate that might not be useful, however, it's well known that Peugeot Planet and a Lexia cable is really the only correct way to read codes from the car. There's a few Pug Planet owners maps around, it might be worth getting someone to come and see how they fare!
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