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Peugeot 206 Cooling fan always on.. ?

My cooling fan is permanently on when I start the car, and gauge on Dash goes to Red too as soon as car is started. (It is NOT overheating, no loss in performance, no leaks) Its a 206LX 1.4 petrol 2002 I suspect the coolant temp sensor, sensors? If so are they easy to replace DIY and where can I get them?

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  • Paul Smith Nov 05, 2012

    and where are they located

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Yes, it's an easy replacement. Just put a wrench or socket on it and unscrew it. Get a replacement at the dealer, or any parts store should have it or could order it for you. Usae a wrap of teflon tape (or plumber's putty) on the threads of the new unit to prevent leaks.
Location varies, but it will be on top of the engine in a coolant passage. Check around the thermostat housing.

Posted on Nov 06, 2012

  • Paul Smith Nov 07, 2012

    Thanks I will try replacing my self as soon as I can source the part.

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problem went away .................

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