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Oil in expansion tank of peugeot partner

Oil in water tank of my 2002 peugept partner

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SOURCE: Put wrong fuel in tank

you have to actually drop the tank... drain out all the fuel and perhaps even clean the inside with a pressure washer... make sure it is completely dry before you assemble it again.... add a bottle or two of gas line antifreeze (it sucks up any remaining water) when you refill it and you should be good to go

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: oil is in my car radiator and water expansion

Y have a leaking cylinder head gasket or a cracked cylinder head.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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SOURCE: my steering seems stiff turning corners on my

Also check that the auxiliary belt which drive the power steering pump, is not too loose and therefore slipping.

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

SOURCE: i have a 1996 peugeot partner 1.8 diesel van running problems

Better would have been to get the diesel injectors checked too.( Cleaned and calibrated )
Hope the injector pump timming is set correctly!

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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SOURCE: peugeot 306 1.4 overheating problem, heater not

Hi its the head gasket, you cant see no water in the oil on these engines like you normally can on most oil caps, pull the dip stick out and look on the bottom any sign of yellow gundge will be the head gasket, sometimes it is only a very small amount.

These cars always have the same problem, if i was you I would do the head gasket and waterpump at the same time, water pumps are only about £20 and wont add much to the bill if doing them at the same time.

As there is no water coing out of the bleed niple then it must be air locked somewhere, problem is when they get like this the gasket will blow anyhow.

Hope this helps
Regards
Dan

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