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Robert, UK Qualified Car Technician
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Experience:  Fully qualified / self employed garage technician in the UK
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R999CMB
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Robert replied 2 years ago.
Hi..there..apologies for the delay..

Ok with the reg number you supplied i can get the VIN number for that vehicle so cross referanced that with the Peugoet database and it appears that vehicle has "no outstanding" recalls according to VIN number...so there shouldnt be any cause for concern for any outstanding recalls on that car or recalls that havent been carried out by the dealer at that time..but if you want that backed up with the info ive provided above then all you need to do is contact the peugeot customer service centre or local dealer and provide the registration/VIn number and they will confirm that no recalls are outstanding..but other than that its vital that you get to know the car service/repair/mot status and this will give you an idea on the cars condition and if its been looked after well..other things to look out for on this car is the timing belt..If that hasnt been done from new then thats something you'll certainly need to add to the list of costs you'll inherit-other than that being an automatic then you'll have no clutch to worry about..that said you'll need to look at the service history to find out if the gearbox fluid has been changed..if not then that something else you may want keep in mind...obviously wear and tear items such as tyres/bearings/suspension/brakes/brake lines/discs/ would be areas to have inspected..aswell as ensuring that all electrical items in the car do work including the central locking etc...I do hope this helps
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