If I knew which of the myriad things on the block with leads going to them were which I'd have a go. I already found the knock sensor - there's no way I'm getting at that without some extra equipment, like axle stands and stuff, as you can only get at it from below. It's on the back of the block and it looks like a few other things have to come off before you can get a socket on the bolt head.He has no shame, and I also want her phone number.
As for the car.... the crank sensor is not expensive or difficult to change.
Crank sensor ~£20, cam sensor ~£45. Replace both and still cheaper than a dealer diagnostic. Coil packs are also about £45 each.
I'd personally try a local garage or better still a Pug specialist first.
Fortunate, then, that it didn't come up with a P0330, really.
Before sarcasm descends, I've asked Google to show me where all these things are. Either my 'Fu is dying with my engine or no-one actually knows. I spunked eight minutes away watching a Youtube video with the title "Peugeot 208 knock sensor - where to find it" and all the little Manc twat did was waffle on about how cool his channel was and how cool his pimped-up GTi was followed by ten seconds of, "So, the sensor's down the back of the engine." Didn't even shine a light and point the camera down there. Twat.
The fat mess that runs my local - badly - is a Manc' with the same irritating nasal whine as Terry Christian and the guy in the video.
I don't like him, either.