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Old 08-03-2014, 02:34 PM   #16
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Hi all, any recommended workshop that can do clutch replacement for Peugeot 107? It's the same make as Citroen C1?
Try AS Auto at Kaki Bukit autobay. Look for Ah soon.
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Old 12-03-2014, 02:15 PM   #17
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The 107/C1 uses a Toyota engine and very likely the robotized manual gearbox is from Toyota too. Overseas markets like UK have Toyota models like the Yaris and Auris with this type of clutchless manual gearbox but unfortunately none of them are sold here, hence the lack of support.
Think the last Toyota model with a similar gearbox sold here was the MR-S. Changing the clutch itself is not the difficult part, but it will need to be calibrated and that probably requires the right equipment/ software.

(Still have a set of 3 almost new NGK Iridium plugs for a 107/C1, removed from car after 5000km, anyone interested at $25 ?)
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Old 17-05-2014, 09:54 AM   #18
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Is Thomas partner still the best for servicing?
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Old 17-05-2014, 10:06 AM   #19
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Is Thomas partner still the best for servicing?
cheap n proven yes
but hes always fully packed
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Old 19-02-2016, 01:24 PM   #20
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Share Repair Done at Antz Automobile Pte Ltd

Just to Share with Peugeot 107 Car Owners - Costly or Uncostly?

Brought an used car Peugeot 107 for my wife in 12 Oct 2015. In Feb 2016 tow to Antz Automobile at 48, Toh Guan East Enterprise Hub for repair.

Replacement of Parts:-
1) Clutch Lining Set, 2) Clutch Bearing, 3) Clutch Actuator & 4) Gear Box Manuel oil of 2 litres & 5) Gear Selector Actuators programming.

Total Repair Cost: S$3,200.00

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Old 19-02-2016, 01:33 PM   #21
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You check how much the parts cost online and then add about 400-500 for labour. See if you've been ripped off.
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Old 19-02-2016, 04:02 PM   #22
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so far any major problems faced by Peugeot owners?
Never EVER touch a Peugeot. Crap car, tons of problems...I won't even recommend it to my worst enemy!
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Old 19-02-2016, 10:34 PM   #24
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Never EVER touch a Peugeot. Crap car, tons of problems...I won't even recommend it to my worst enemy!
I drove a 206 GTi for a number of years. No weird problems. Replaced the belt, pump etc. due to wear and tear. Never failed to start.
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Old 19-02-2016, 10:37 PM   #25
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You check how much the parts cost online and then add about 400-500 for labour. See if you've been ripped off.
its that price
go C&C or autofrance will be 5-6k
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Old 19-02-2016, 11:49 PM   #26
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its that price
go C&C or autofrance will be 5-6k
If it's that price then he's not being ripped off lor. Fortunately, the 206 GTi had a simple manual gearbox and standard clutch (lots of 3rd party clutches on EBay!) so I never ran into that problem. Think the most expensive repair I did was about 800 bucks changing the timing belt and pump.

I can't find the parts for his 107 online though. That's why I say don't trust these kind of odd automatic gearboxes and strange clutch systems
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I drove a 206 GTi for a number of years. No weird problems. Replaced the belt, pump etc. due to wear and tear. Never failed to start.
Maybe the older cars were better. I drove a 2012 Peugeot 5008 that broke down, due to various reasons, and had to be towed back 6 times in 3 years. Many friends experienced the same issues for newer Peugeot cars.
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if u are indeed the old bird seifer from rcc forum, expect more from u than blatant bashing

no diff frm gay lion krado n his amd
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Old 20-02-2016, 08:56 AM   #29
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If it's that price then he's not being ripped off lor. Fortunately, the 206 GTi had a simple manual gearbox and standard clutch (lots of 3rd party clutches on EBay!) so I never ran into that problem. Think the most expensive repair I did was about 800 bucks changing the timing belt and pump.

I can't find the parts for his 107 online though. That's why I say don't trust these kind of odd automatic gearboxes and strange clutch systems
the peugeot automated gearbox is known as 2-tronic
or aka sensodrive for citroen applications

its usually paired to 1.4 or 1.6L or below cars in the smaller range, citroen c1/c2/c3, pug 207/208..etc

its a very simple single clutch operated with 1 clutch acutator and 1 gear selector actuator

the main issue is that for all cars with such manual automated gearboxes, batt power is very important for shifting performance, including modern vw dsg gearboxes

http://jimbutterworth.co.uk/5autobox.htm

http://www.citroenet.org.uk/passenge...sodrive-2.html


what is so difficult about finding data on this? tons on the net
ppl who bitch abt cannot do this and that, cannot find info, cannot find mechanic...are just plain lazy

there are > 10 individuals in sg with this gearbox in their cars already clear > 150
got 2-3 > 200k
got 1> 250k liao..already overhaul 2x
end of day its a manual gearbox for lazy sods and let u dig that cb on the other chair with left hand...manual gearboxes (and all gearboxes ) wear out at 100k
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if u are indeed the old bird seifer from rcc forum, expect more from u than blatant bashing

no diff frm gay lion krado n his amd
I am not bashing. I am just stating my experiences so that others can be warned. Of course, at the end of the day, buying a car is still a personal choice and people are free to make their own. But I've experienced what a Peugeot was like, and I will never touch one ever. My emotion attached to the post is proportional to how crap the car was. If you are keen, I can list down all the problems I had with the car over the 3 years and you can be judge whether it is crap or not. I almost wanted to believe mine was a lemon, until I realised many others also had the same problems as mine, and all were new cars too. To be frank, I don't know if quality improved in subsequent batches, but I am not in a hurry to bet on it soon, given the amount of actual bashing posts you can find on their official Facebook page.

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