Question about Peugeot 207
Posted by Anonymous on
A condition of warranty is usually to not only have the car serviced at the correct intervals but also to be able to provide proof of that. If you go to the dealership and ask them to fix your fan they might not ask to see the proof. You might get away with it...
In Europe, vehicle manufacturers and dealers are forced by law to honour warranties as car owners have the right to use any independent garage or workshop, though it still should be documented and proof of genuine parts being used is good politics.
If the dealer refuses there is no reason to waste the journey - you could question a mechanic about the likely cause of the trouble, ask the parts guy if they have been selling a lot of something to do with your problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine fan keeps running
It's possible that the fan control relay is intermittently sticking causing the fans to run continuously. This can overheat and subsequently blow the fuse. Try replacing the relay and see if anything changes.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Glad to hear that you are all fixed up!
The sunroof leak is caused by a blockage in the drain tubes. Please make sure that your dealer cleans the sunroof drains.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Unit has a draw somewhere that needs to be addressed. I have found the auto starts sometimes can cause this. But if the draw is through the negative side it could be tough. You should take it to the dealer and have them perform a draw test on the entire vehicle.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
I would look at the alternator. I had a grand am that would do that to me, even with a brand new battery. The alternator output wasn't able to run the vehicle and charge the battery. Alternators are picky things, especially being in Canada (which I assume from the KM), the hot and cold cycles don't play nicely with the brushes and core. I'd have the alternator checked and replaced if needed.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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