Is this 60k a policy written somewhere I can reference pleaseHPFP is a big problem with these cars. I've posted in another thread but basically - my 2013 gti was running terrible with same error code. It's a very common problem and it you take it to a Peugeot dealer and have done less than 60k miles they will pay for the parts which are about £700.
Just had my HPFP replaced by Peugeot......only the labour to payeverything went well, I picked dup my car today and it drives so much better. All it cost was $308 in labor. I spoke with the guy and he said they have been replacing HPFP's under warranty for any car that registers the fault code. I forgot to ask if there was a limit to how many K's the car has travelled but I assume it will be in line with Peugeot Europe.
Good morning, apologies for the eary message.They are lying or haven't checked properly. My total bill was about £1,050 but I only paid £300ish. I'll try and find my invoice to see if it shows it. DO NOT pay the full bill. The HPFP on these and coopers are known to break prematurely, hence why Peugeot pay a contribution to the repair. The only conditions are that the car has to have done less than 60,000 miles and or be less than 6 years old.
Really hope your local Peugeot dont try to scam you on this. If it helps I had mine fixed at Peugeot in Harlow, Essex.
Had my 208gti fuel pump done 3 days ago run ok but now gone in to limp going back in on Monday only had the car 4 weeksI think it really depends on your luck (or your car). We have 4 208 GTi in our local Peugeot Club, all of them including mine are manufactured on 2013. 1 of us got the same fuel pump problem TWICE, first time it happened the car was only 6 months on the road. But the rest of us never had this problem, nor we have seen any related fault codes.