Peugeot 405 1988 – 1997 Haynes Service Repair Manual
The aim of this manual is to help you get the best value from your vehicle. It can do so in several ways. It can help you decide what work must be done (even should you choose to get it done by a garage), provide information on routine maintenance and servicing, and give a logical course of action and diagnosis when random faults occur. However, it is hoped that you will use the manual by tackling the work yourself. On simpler jobs, it may even be quicker than booking the car into a garage and going there twice, to leave and collect it. Perhaps most important, a lot of money can be saved by avoiding the costs a garage must charge to cover its labour and overheads. The manual has drawings and descriptions to show the function of the various components, so that their layout can be understood. Then the tasks are described and photographed in a clear step-by-step sequence.
Includes Roadside Repairs and MOT Test Checks. Models covered (1559-336) Saloon and Estate models with 4-cylinder SOHC and DOHC petrol engines, including Mi-16 and special/limited editions; 1.4 (1360 cc), 1.6 (1580 cc), 1.8 (1761 cc), 1.9 (1905 cc) and 2.0 (1998 cc). For Diesel engine models, see OWM 3198. Does not cover four-wheel-drive models
The Peugeot 405 model range was introduced into the UK in January 1988 in Saloon form only. Available with 1.6, 1.8, 1.9 and 2.0 engines, all models have frontwheel-drive with all round independent suspension.
Automatic transmission models were introduced in April 1988. In July 1988 came the sporty Mi 16 version with its 1.9 litre double overhead cam, 16-valve engine, uprated gearbox, suspension and an ABS braking system to match its power. Estate car versions were introduced in October 1988. From 1991, engines equipped with catalytic converters were progressively introduced, to meet the more stringent exhaust gas emission regulations. Since its introduction, the 405 range has continually been developed. All models have a high trim level, which is very comprehensive in the upper model range. For the home mechanic, the Peugeot 405 is a straightforward vehicle to maintain and repair since design features have been incorporated to reduce the actual cost of ownership to a minimum, and most of the items requiring frequent attention are easily accessible.
- LIVING WITH YOUR PEUGEOT 405
- Introduction to the Peugeot 405
- Safety first!
- Roadside Repairs If your car won’t start
- Jump starting
- Wheel changing
- Identifying leaks
- Weekly Checks Introduction
- Underbonnet check points
- Engine oil level
- Coolant level
- Brake fluid level
- Power steering fluid level
- Tyre condition and pressure
- Screen washer fluid level
- Wiper blades
- Bulbs and fuses
- Lubricants, fluids and tyre pressures
- Peugeot 405 petrol models
- Maintenance schedule – models up to 1993
- Maintenance schedule – models from 1994
- Maintenance procedures