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So I've found a blown fuse for the additive pump in the BSI. Changed the fuse but car won't connect to the additive multiplexed ECU. Could a blown fuse cause the BSI to have a fault?
 

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Try disconnecting the battery for 5 minutes or so and see how you go.
 

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Hi.

So I've found a blown fuse for the additive pump in the BSI. Changed the fuse but car won't connect to the additive multiplexed ECU. Could a blown fuse cause the BSI to have a fault?
In my case the additive pump has failed. They usually go at the 80,000 mile mark, a common problem I'm told. The part I need is unobtainable according to Peugeot, and there are a lot of owners out there with the same problem.

When the Mot runs out I will have an expensive car shaped ornament on my driveway, as it will fail the test due to the warning lights being on.

Peugeot need to get their act together.
 
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