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The other day I experienced overheating with my Peugeot 206. I checked radiator, it was empty. The following two days, the problem came up again. This time, although I filled up the tanks, overheating has remained. Thanks for the assistance.

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Bad head gasket it seems to me. Is the exhaust white smoke coming out? If so that is your problem

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