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  1. Hello guys, It has been quite a long time since I've been on this site. My name is Santiago... finally in my 20s, think my last post I must have been 18 years old. Either way cut to the chase! I recently moved to Calgary, AB from Ontario and naturally I set an alert on my classifieds app (Kijiji) for any Peugeots that came up for sale. On the second month of living here this Peugeot 504 came up for sale. It had no pictures and it said it was abandoned, I asked the seller what was the asking price and he said to make him an offer. I went to the Peugeot, and found a 504 up on wooden blocks sitting in the backyard of a fancy neighbourhood - seller informed me that there was no keys and he had no information on the condition. Now, I have been a diesel mechanic (on and off) for 2 years now so this was perfect as the car had an XD2 under the hood. I primed it lightly with some ether, threw some fresh oil through the filler cap, threw in the whole bottle of old fuel conditioner it had, and boosted it with my daily. I pulled the wires out of the ignition switch and crossed them until the starter engaged, with a used battery under the hood being boosted. The starter engaged and the car cranked... and cranked.. I gave it a bit more ether and BAM the clatteryclat of the old Indenor welcomed my ears. I had the car running long enough to fill the system with some coolant, and appreciate the old-school no-emissions-equipment smell of diesel fumes. Turned it off, and told the seller I would be back to make sure it drives and then I would sign the bill of sale and exchange a low sum of Canadian dollars. A week later, I came back with a friend of mine (An International trucks master technician) and we got the car running off of the blocks, and I did a lap of the neighbourhood. When I came back I smelled diesel, so I checked under the car and there was a huge trail all the way around the neighbourhood.. we quickly got the car onto the dirt alleyway and assessed the situation - a rotten off vent hose for the filler neck to the tank was letting diesel out as I drove! Buddy parted ways shortly after, on the way to a local event, and I called a tow truck and paid the seller for this relic of a project. Let's just say, everyone who had witnessed this car driving, formerly adorning the backyard of this house, was astounded and quite shocked! The tow truck delivered the car to my garage's side driveway and I went off to work. Since then, I have been doing a few little things to the car. Namely, I assessed that it needs a driver's side balljoint very badly (I could feel something loose in the front end while on the short drive), and I removed the entire driver's side hub assembly for inspection, and reconditioning. I've ordered new brake pads, new belts, a new oil filter, ALL new fluids, got tires to replace the original 1980 units, and repurposed a piece of wood as a battery tray. Currently, I am on the hunt for a balljoint and the appropriate battery. Here are some pictures of the vehicle. More to come! If you're in Calgary, give me a shout.. I am hoping to use this car for the Great Beater Challenge at the end of this August, and to use it to go to Edmonton to check out some Peugeot 505s for sale!
  2. Hey all. I've uploaded a whole host of misc parts that I have for sale. I tried to do it in a manner that shows the part number and the condition of the part if possible. I realize that there are no prices up (yet) but you can always make me an offer, the worst I can do is come back with a counter offer. I will have a parts list and some prices up at some point in the future - soon hopefully. check them out: https://picasaweb.google.com/116400569354424146538/PuegeotParts cheers Tony
  3. Please can someone tell me the thickness and with of the N9T piston pin in inches? Thanks
  4. car starts at 1100 rpms when cold, runs smooth but after around 5 minutes the idle goes down to 950 and the vibration starts. I open the idle screw one third of a turn and the vibration stops. At around 8 minutes when the engine warms up the vibration returns so then I close the idle screw almost a one third of a turn from the end and the vibration stops but when I reb the engine it smokes a little because it needs more air, so if I open the idle screw and reb the engine the smoke goes away but about 2 minutes later the vibration returns. Any suggestions are welcome, Thanks
  5. I need help. I have a 1981 Peugeot 505 Diesel. About 2 weeks ago it started stalling intermittently while I was driving it. Some days it has been fine and other days it has stalled 4 or 5 times. I have taken it to my Peugeot mechanics about 5 times and they have tried everything they can think of to fix it, but it keeps stalling. They say they can't "diagnose" what the problem is unless they can examine it when it stalls. But every time I take it to them, it works fine! They take it for test drives, I take it for test drives, and it works perfectly. It only stalls when I have to be somewhere at a certain time! If you experienced such a problem in the past and someone was able to "diagnose" and "cure" it, please let me know. Thanks.
  6. [CAR IS IN AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND] Price NegotiablePeugeot 505 GTI 1989Finished in light metallic blue with deep blue interior5 Speed MANUAL.2.2 Fuel injection model66000 miles currently. SMR Alloys.Currently legal on NZ roads.Try find a Peugeot 505 GTI in this good condition anywhere!These cars are solid and you can see why they are used extensively in parts of Africa because of their durability. The body panels are built more like a Mercedes of that period.The car has adjustable front seats, with lots of legroom both front and back.Electric windows all round, electric sunroof and electric door mirrors.Has original ALPINE tape deck.Huge boot.The GTI features, like rear spoiler and lower front valence, with front fog lamps and the standard SMR alloys.Completely original 505 that has been kept in near showroom condition it's whole life. - Manual- Original paint in perfect condition- 66,000 miles (approx 110,000kms)- Runs perfect, no mechanical issues- Everything is original (even has original receipt of purchase in 1988 for $54000 NZD)- Beyond extensive handwritten service record- No rust anywhere on the carSo the car will need to be imported if you are overseas, which is why I am setting the price lower than the average 505 for sale on this site, even though this car is in far superior condition. I have loads more pictures, and am willing to negotiate on price, just flick me an email!
  7. Appreciation of PSA EW Engines. http://thelioncommunity.blogspot.com.ng/2016/02/appreciation-of-psa-ew-engines.html?m=1 Ikenna, Lion King.
  8. Hi Everyone > Lifelong Citroën fanatic, recently started getting into Peugeots. After resurrecting a 1975 604 last summer and letting it go on eBay in November, I went looking for my next project. Somehow I've ended up with two: a 1983 505 XN6 bucket of worms, and a 1986 505 Turbo with an unknown list of needs that would hopefully make a presentable driver. Considering it only cost me $400 and had a good set of tires, I figured I could at least break even just selling the wheels and tires to a vintage Subaru fan and scrapping the rest. Trouble is, the interior and body are really clean, and I'd feel horrible taking it the crusher. I'd like to keep it on the road, but I'm hoping for some input before getting too deep into the project. I finally had time to do some exploratory work yesterday, and found several issues. The car has been parked for two years or so since it stopped running. The fuel pump fuse was blown, but replacing it didn't get the car to start. It turned over and seemed like it wanted to catch, but never did. Radiator proved to be empty. I pulled the intercooler and found oil inside, and more in the up pipe along with what looked like coolant. Digging deeper, I found one of the spark plug wires detached and completely corroded. All of the hoses surrounding the turbo are pretty much toast. The turbo impeller is covered with corrosion, but there doesn't seem to be any axial play. The valve cover had clearly been leaking oil badly; two of the nuts holding it on weren't even tight. Once I pulled off the cover, I found sludge and coolant mixed with the oil in the cylinder head, but the timing chain and cam lobes look clean, so I think they've avoided long-term damage. I'm willing to put $500-600 into getting this car going again, but I really don't want to go beyond that. It's an automatic with 115k, and a nicer looking one from California with leather and a thousand-dollar head unit just went for $1799 on eBay a few days ago. Would a new set of seals be enough to fix the turbo, or does the corrosion on the impeller imply that it's beyond saving? Can I find replacements for the dry/cracked hoses? Do the parts and machine shop work add up to more than the car would be worth in running condition? Thanks for any input, Karl http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/345-peugeot505turbo1/ http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/344-peugeot505turbo2/ http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/343-peugeot505turbo3/ http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/342-peugeot505turbo4/ http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/341-peugeot505turbo5/ http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/340-peugeot505turbo6/ http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/339-peugeot505turbo7/ http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/338-peugeot505turbo8/
  9. Let's start with the ugly: the Cylinder head is failing. It is almost certainly cracked, and it is leaking. It would be nice to keep it in the family, so I'm posting this here first. I've owned this 1986 Peugeot 505 N9Te wagon for over 14 years. It's my second 505 (the 1983 STI was driven away at 220,000 miles) and it has served as a luxury car and a hauler of astonishing loads. The problem is that I'm going through another episode of life changes, and just don't want to do the mechanical work on another car. And the last Peugeot mechanic in the Bay Area is an hour away by car - and 2-3 hours by transit for pick up. This is an entirely rust-free vehicle (no surface corrosion, bubbles or "spots"); it was first sold and always kept in the semi-arid regions of California. No damage, dents or holes. It retains a beautiful, blue interior with supple leather, all athe carpeting, and dashboard are intact. All insturments and lights work. What else? I'm asking $2000 Who am I? Craig Parada Alviso (San Jose), CA (408) 263-2761 [fixed] (408) 772-5480 [mobile & text] craig [dot] parada [at] sbcglogal [dot] net The car has 145,000 Miles on it. Silver-Gray exterior, dark blue interior The ZF4HP22 automatic transmission (rebuilt two years ago) works perfectly. New tires (and I mean new) on original 15" alloys New battery Alternator has new diodes (waited too long on the battery) All suspension and brake components are good Passed smog 2014 registration complete It is equipped with all the mid-1980s luxuries: · Cruise control · Climate control · Air conditioning (works, but you know this isn't American A/C) · Heated seats (both work) · Rear window washer · "Euro" (Argentine) glass headlamps amber (legal) · Fog lights - amber to match the headlamps · Peugeot roof rack (to go between the standard rails) · Peugeot mud flaps · Lightly tinted rear and side windows · Custom trailer hitch (that doesn't interfere with the spare) · Electric fans replaced the clutch fan · AM/FM radio with CD, 6-speakers (antenna no longer retracts) · Electric windows (one slow, switches fussy) · Power door locks (inexplicibly stop working occasionally, but usually work fine) · Plip remote door lock transmitter and matching receiver (never installed, and still in the box). · Trip-odometer doesn't reset Photos at http://www.505turbo.com/forum/index.php?/user/1203-craig-in-alviso/
  10. Wales

    Rearview

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    © Wales 2014

  11. Wales

    Frontview

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    © Wales 2014

  12. Wales

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    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    A nice detail made from copper by my friend

    © Wales 2014

  13. From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    Engine at it's present state (Spring 2014)

    © Wales 2014

  14. From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    Engine at it's present state (Spring 2014)

    © Wales 2014

  15. From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    Engine at it's present state (Spring 2014)

    © Wales 2014

  16. From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    © Wales 2014

  17. Wales

    Rear silencer

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    © Wales 2014

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    Rear silencer

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    © Wales 2014

  19. Wales

    Exhaust pipes

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    © Wales 2014

  20. Wales

    Right Header

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    Collector with lambda sensor

    © Wales 2014

  21. From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    Engine with old radiator and still missing alot of parts (including climate blower, vacuum reservoir, etc..)

    © Wales 2014

  22. Wales

    Headlights

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    © Wales 2014

  23. Wales

    Left Header

    From the album: 505 GTI 3.0 V6

    Collector with Exhaust temperature sensor

    © Wales 2014

  24. Hello everyone, I'm offering a 1987 Peugeot 505 Turbo S Automatic Sedan from California. This car comes with shipping NOT included, it shall be discussed, along with the price, with the serious buyer. If anyone wants an idea of the price, it's lower than 1300 dollars. Shipping is from Red Bluff, CA This car comes with loads of electronic copies of shop manuals, owner's manuals, and specific information to aid the future owner in his/her ownership. If any spare parts are needed then you will be in good hands, a list of providers, membership to the private Facebook Peugeot group, the Yahoo Mailing List "Peugeot-L" and the Online Forum "505Turbo.com" will be provided with the purchase of this vehicle to aid the future owner with any questions or problems they may have during their ownership. A smog certificate in California can be provided for an extra 90 dollars if needed. The car will be delivered nearest to your location and the ownership papers and all documentation will come included. The shipping will be taken care of from one of three vehicle shipping companies, and the current owner will deal with these companies for the ease of the future owner. Please contact me for more information but here's a quick rundown: - On its third engine, engine has low KMs and everything is in great condition - Good running car - Front end checked for play, no play on it - Brakes are good, has ABS - Tires have good tread on them - Paint is fine - All fluids checked and are all in good condition - Interior is in great condition for its age Specs: - 170 hp - 2.2 L Inline 4 Turbocharged (T3 Turbo 0.36 A/R) - Rear Wheel Drive - 4 Speed Automatic (ZF 4HP22) - 15x6 wheels - 205/65r15 tires - Same brake dimensions and parts as Porsche 944 (slight modding required to fit the 944 disk) - Very comfortable ride with lots of power, feels like a lot more HP than it says on paper
  25. From the album: 1986 Peugeot 505 Turbo

    Tree sap

    © Karl Nelson 2014

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