Question about 2006 Peugeot 405
I think the answer could lie in something which you have not already mentioned. the sender unit usually located on the radiator itself is prone to going and should be replaced when replacing anyt major parts of the rad. if the temperature is still very high even when it should be running cool then yu should maybe look for head gasket leaks which may not be apparent from the outside but an average mechanic should be able to cehck this with a small device. and this should be very cheap unless its gone and then i woulddebate the cost of the car to the cost of maintaining the engine.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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