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What cause overheating in opel corsa diesel engine

Radiator was recently flushed as well as top gasket

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Where's the heating sensor of the opel corsa 1.7 dti .2008 model

The heating sensor for the heat gauge is always located near the thermostat. Follow the top radiator hose where it is connected to the engine, you will see a wire connected to a little round ******* in device. That's where the water leave the engine to be cooled off in the radiator.
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What is causing overheating?

Check your oil dipstick. If there's a grey/creamy sludge on it that means water is finding its way into the oil system. Your cylinder head gasket/cylinder head is faulty.

Fill your coolant bottle. Leave the top off. Start the engine and watch the coolant level. To begin with, you will see air bubbles escaping. This is normal. If bubbles continually appear or the coolant level 'shakes' violently, this indicates that exhaust gas is finding its way into the cooling system via a cracked cylinder head/faulty head gasket. Also look at the exhaust gas - is it clouds of white? If so - that's steam from water being burnt in the engine - a head problem.

Over heating is a sign of a cracked cylinder head/faulty head gasket.

The other causes of overheating includes a stuck thermostat or a leaking/blocked radiator.

If there's no sign of a coolant leak underneath your vehicle - suspect the cylinder head gasket

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Engine overheating and high fuel consumption on a 2006 opel corsa utility.

the first thing I would suggest is a compression test
that will indicate or eliminate a head gasket next I would investigate the possibility of a failed cat converter blocking the exhaust system
Lastly before you throw parts at a maybe problem ,I would suggest that you have the fault fault codes read.

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Tell me where does the thermostat of the opel corsa utility bakkie sits

If you follow the upper radiator hose to the engine usually you will find the thermostat housing it will most likely have two bolts . Make sure if you replace the thermostat to have a gasket and also some gasket sealer. Good luck !!!!

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