Peugeot 605 607 Workshop Repair Manual

Peugeot 605 and 607 Repair and maintenance manual, oil and filter change procedure, wiring diagrams, engine diagnostics, error codes decoding, location of fuses. Location of all sensors. The manual can be downloaded in PDF format for free

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Fuse Box Diagram Peugeot 607 (2000-2010)
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Diag socket to engine ECU
Diag socket to engine ECU

Peugeot 607 Overview

The Peugeot 607 premiered at the 1999 Frankfurt Motor Show. But journalists soon discovered problems with handling (a tendency to skid), which caused a delay in "large-scale" production.


Now all modifications of the Peugeot 607 are delivered to us - with gasoline engines (160 and 210 hp) and a turbodiesel with direct fuel injection (135 hp), with mechanical and automatic transmissions. The cheapest Peugeot 607 with a 2.2-liter gasoline engine in the basic configuration is sold for $30,900. But the top version visited the "fitting" - with a three-liter engine, Tiptronic automatic transmission, leather interior, full power accessories, ABS and ESP systems, xenon headlights, a rain sensor and an automatic dipped beam system. The price of such a car is $44,500.


I love big cars. For the feeling of peace that they give, for the excellent equipment, for the powerful engine, for the comfort. And finally, it's nice to know that such machines provide a high level of passive safety. But the Peugeot 607 gave birth to another feeling - disappointment.


I hold a "folding" car key in my hand. Its body is made of cheap, both in appearance and in touch, plastic. Large, pliable swinging keys under the finger. Is it a key to an executive car or a fake mobile phone from China?


Audio system. Some constant noises and crackles on the air. And the central display? A small screen is filled with small numbers: FM station frequency, fuel consumption, mileage on the rest of gasoline, something else. I tried to follow the instantaneous consumption on the go. And he quickly abandoned this idea - it is not safe, because it is impossible to quickly find the right number.


In the Peugeot 607, I asked myself the same question as in the Peugeot 406 a year and a half ago: how are the microclimate sensors calibrated here? As in other machines with similar systems, I set the display to 20 degrees. But I feel comfortable there, but it's cold here! I felt normal only when the number “25” lit up on the screen.


Moved out of town in the evening. The left headlight hits the ground a few meters in front of the bumper, and therefore only the right side of the road was normally visible. What is it, a defect of a particular machine? Most likely - after all, the beam from the right headlight after starting the engine obediently rises up, and the left one barely rises. But this is a car for almost $45,000...

Stylish appearance immediately betrays belonging to the glorious family of Peugeot. The interior successfully combines solid prestige and a certain lightness, which is not common. Very spacious but cozy at the same time. The driver's seat does not claim to be perfect ergonomics, but it is quite comfortable, and, having sat down, I did not change my posture throughout the trip.


In the city I could not drive in Drive mode. There seems to be enough power, but pushing the pedal doesn't produce the desired change in speed. Everything happens so smoothly (not slowly or with delay, but smoothly) that I simply became an obstacle in the seething stream. Every now and then a vacuum formed in front of me, shamelessly filled with other cars. I'm trying Sport mode. The “Automatic” is now in no hurry to move to the higher levels, it “holds” the dynamic lower ones longer. It has become more convenient, but not so much that it is easy to maneuver in the stream. Remains "manual" mode. Second! That's what the city needs. Excellent activity up to 130 km/h. And the motor doesn't make much noise.

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