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1996 Peugeot 306 1.8i Style 4d – Workshop Service & Repair Manual

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Unlock the full potential of your 1996 Peugeot 306 1.8i Style 4d with our comprehensive Workshop Service & Repair Manual. Tailored specifically for this model, this manual is an essential resource for DIY enthusiasts and professional mechanics alike.

These are the key features:

Thorough Coverage: Delve into detailed instructions covering every aspect of your Peugeot 306, providing a comprehensive understanding of its mechanics, from the engine and transmission to the interior and bodywork.

Clear and Concise Guidance: Each step is easy to understand, accompanied by clear diagrams and illustrations. This ensures that even the most complex repairs and maintenance tasks are manageable, facilitating smooth restoration processes.

Expert Insights: Benefit from valuable insights and tips from experienced mechanics with hands-on experience working with Peugeot vehicles. These expert recommendations will enhance your efficiency and proficiency during repairs and restorations.

Electrical System Assistance: Detailed wiring diagrams and electrical system information are provided to aid in the accurate diagnosis and resolution of electrical issues, ensuring your Peugeot 306 remains in optimal condition.

Comprehensive Maintenance: Specific instructions and guidance on maintaining and troubleshooting various components, ensuring your vehicle remains reliable and efficient.

Among the services covered are:


  • Engine Components & Diagnostics.
  • Fuel System.
  • Ignition System.
  • Exhaust System.
  • Transmission & Drivetrain.
  • Steering & Suspension.
  • Brakes & Traction Control.
  • Heating & Air Conditioning.
  • Electrical System.
  • Instrumentation & Warning Indicators.
  • Windows, Glass, and Wipers.
  • Lighting System.
  • Body & Frame.
  • Interior Components.
  • Restraints & Safety Systems.


  • Fluid Checks & Replacements.
  • Filters & Belts.
  • Scheduled Service Intervals.
  • Tire Rotation & Replacement.
  • Brake Inspection & Service.
  • Battery Maintenance.
  • Cooling System Checks.
  • Routine Inspections for Optimal Performance.

Printable: Yes

Compatibility: Works seamlessly with various electronic devices, including PC and Mac computers, tablets, and smartphones.

Requirements: Adobe Reader, Foxit (free)

This Workshop Service and Repair Manual for the 1996 Peugeot 306 1.8i Style 4d provides you with the knowledge and guidance necessary to maintain, diagnose, and repair your vehicle efficiently. It empowers you to confidently tackle restoration tasks, ensuring reliability and performance on the road.

  • How can I address starting issues in cold weather with my Peugeot 306?

    To address cold weather starting issues:

    Check Battery Health: Ensure the battery is in good condition and fully charged, as cold temperatures can reduce its effectiveness.

    Inspect Fuel System: Check for issues such as clogged fuel filters or injectors, which can affect starting in cold weather.

    Verify Ignition System: Check ignition components such as spark plugs and ignition coils for damage.

    Warm-Up Procedure: Allow the engine to warm up before attempting to start in cold weather, and consider using a block heater if available.

  • How do I address engine-related issues like rough idling and black smoke in my Peugeot 306?

    To resolve engine-related problems:

    Check Air Filter: Inspect and replace the air filter if it is dirty. A clogged filter can cause rich running and black smoke.

    Verify Fuel Delivery: Check the fuel injectors and pressure regulator for proper operation and replace if necessary.

    Inspect Spark Plugs: Check spark plugs for fouling or wear and replace them as needed to ensure proper combustion.

    Scan For Error Codes: Utilize an OBD-II scanner to inspect any stored error codes associated with it—engine or fuel system malfunctions.

    Refer to the engine troubleshooting section in the manual for detailed steps on addressing engine-related issues.

  • How can I resolve electrical issues such as flashing lights and dashboard malfunctions in my Peugeot 306?

    To fix electrical issues:

    Check Electrical Connections: Inspect all electrical connections for corrosion or loose connections and clean or tighten as necessary.

    Verify Grounds: Ensure all ground connections are clean and secure to prevent electrical gremlins.

    Replace Faulty Bulbs: Replace burnt-out bulbs in the rear and front lights to prevent flashing issues.

    Check Fuses: Verify that all fuses related to lighting and dashboard functions are intact and replace any blown fuses.

    Professional Inspection: If electrical problems persist, consult a qualified auto electrician for diagnosis and repair.

  • How do I address potential suspension and steering problems in my Peugeot 306, as indicated by clunking noises and tire wobble?

    To resolve suspension and steering issues:

    Inspect Suspension Components: Check suspension components such as ball joints, tie rods, and bushings and replace them as needed.

    Check Wheel Alignment: Ensure the wheels are aligned correctly to prevent wobble and uneven tire wear.

    Verify Steering System: Check the steering rack and pinion for wear or damage and lubricate as necessary.

    Check Tire Condition: Inspect tires for uneven wear patterns and damage and replace them if necessary.

    Refer to the manual's suspension and steering system sections for detailed inspection and repair instructions.

  • How should I address handbrake issues like not holding on hills in my Peugeot 306?

    To fix handbrake issues:

    Adjust Handbrake Cable: Check and adjust the handbrake cable tension to ensure proper engagement.

    Inspect Brake Components: Check the condition of brake pads and rotors and replace worn components.

    Lubricate Mechanism: Lubricate the handbrake mechanism to ensure smooth operation.

    Check for Wear: Inspect the handbrake lever and cables to determine if they need to be replaced. Replace them if necessary.

  • How can I address gearbox and clutch issues, particularly stiffness, in my Peugeot 306?

    To resolve gearbox and clutch problems:

    Check Clutch Fluid: Ensure the clutch fluid level is adequate and top up if needed, as low fluid levels can cause stiffness.

    Inspect Clutch Components: Check the clutch pedal assembly, master cylinder, and slave cylinder for wear or damage and replace if necessary.

    Verify Gearbox Oil Level: Check the gearbox oil level and top up if it is low, as insufficient lubrication can cause stiffness.

    Adjust Clutch Cable: If applicable, adjust the cable tension to ensure smooth operation.

    Refer to the manual's gearbox and clutch maintenance sections for detailed inspection and repair procedures.

Remember that these are common issues owners report, and individual experiences may vary. Maintaining your vehicle regularly and performing timely repairs can reduce the severity of these problems. Consider consulting a professional mechanic for proper diagnosis and resolution if you encounter any of these issues.



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