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  1. From my experience the head on seat belt bolts is between 16mm and 17mm the threads are almost always 7/16 20 thread, i've installed few thousand of them during my year in van hool buses, even the smallest seat belt for the passenger in a bus used the same bolts with factory loctite apply, a 16mm socket and torqued them to 60 Nm
  2. Seat belt bolts are always 7/16"-20 (UNF). Also brake lines are often imperial 1/8, 1/4, 1/2". Also peugeot often uses seals and bearings in imperial sizes.
  3. Check the wire, and the bolt and nut on the sensor, they are located at the bottom of the oil pan, perhaps the bolt wobbles or it's been hit at some point at its life. The same ting is happening for my engine temp on my 605 but i've never worried about it. The sensor is the same for all peugeots of the 90s and early 2000's, just match the Ohms from yours.
  4. As i've said before i'm no expert in those engines, but are you sure you are having constant spark, staff like alarms can cut spark or fuel after starting, also on older cars water in the distributor cap can cause the symptoms you are describing, i've been there at a car wash pulling the distributor cap off and wiping it and waiting to dry completely, a neighbor a had condensation problems in his distributor and every morning, till it got some heat to dry the cap it would backfire like crazy, i finally got tired getting woken and took some silicone and seals his cap to the distributor body tha
  5. Joe, did you feel power increase from the cold air, those cars have very restrictive intake and they like the cooler temps outside.
  6. Harbor freight tools drill bits won't drill it, you need better quality, also you need to drill couple sizes, start 4mm or 1/4" drill bit first then 10mm or 3/8" second and 14mm or 1/2". You don't need to drill it full 2" you need to go around 1" deep. Also expect the rim to be stuck to the hub, good kick from the inside usually gets them unstuck or use a rubber hammer. And use a corded drill, not a battery powered one it usually has more power and there weight make them more stable, less broken drill bits. I hope this makes sense.
  7. Wow, where do you live, at the beach, i've never seen wheel bolts that rusty and they are chrome from the factory. Try screw extractor, or drill them out.
  8. Last few months my 605 has become more laggy, i know i have few boost leaks, but also i had a feeling it was lacking fuel, so i took the 4 screws and try pressing the boost compensator diagram and it felt hard. I want to replace it, i do have couple of spare turbo ve pumps but i don't know are they all the same, or can i just buy new one. Any knowledge or part number is greatly appreciated.
  9. New update on this thread, the replacement thermostat that was also from 92 failed this time opened. Basically the engine would never get over 70 C and i had almost no heat inside, so i bought a new one installed it and now is running as it should. Let's hope this thermostat lasts, its new. The inspection pit made changing it much easier, i also flashed the system and fill it with new coolant.
  10. A good friend of mine, has a good looking car with a destroyed hood, all discolored and knowing him i ask him how do you deal with seeing it everyday like that. He said, i've put a very dim bulb in my garage so it doesn't show that much when i park it, hahah
  11. Over the summer this car has developed a leak in the cooling system, i've been busy and with 3 cars to drive i've been adding water. With the inspection pit done it the first car to get some work done on it. Only place i had coolant was the V on the engine after pressurising the system i found it, the top nipple on the thermostat housing broke off. Disassemble it, remove the intake and the thermostat housing. I've been searching for a new or a used one, all the used are broken even worse than mine, Peugeot dealership is only one that can source one from france and they want 300 euros, that is
  12. I'm not that familiar with those cars but to find the fuel pressure, just read the numbers from the fuel pressure regulator and google them it will show, or you can google the fuel injectors. If i have to guess, it should be around 3 Bar. I'm interested to learn more about those 2.2 turbo engines, from what i've heard they are something special.
  13. Running lean or running reach is sometimes difficult to tell by ear, but you can pull the spark plugs and read them, they will show. Just google reading spark plugs there is lot of information.
  14. Jay, any progress on the test drive?
  15. I'm pretty sure my little niva has the same lights, with small tabs at the back that can be pulled off and they are dirt cheap like 5$ a piece, and good quality made from steel and glass. Here is a link : http://bhv-bg.com/bg/headlight-osvar/p2019.html
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