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Hi, my gearbox work good in normal situation. but when the radiator water temperature recieve to 90 oC and specialy in traficc when I want to move I Peressure the gass pedal but my Peugeot( 206) dont move for 5 to 10 second and with a hard hook start to move. my problem is only in gear 1 and in start to move. I want to know the problem is in where?

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Could be a gearbox cooler fault if ure engines temperature is 90 degrees thats ok because thats known as operating temperature, ure engine is most efficient at that temperature, however if u have a cooler fault with ure gearbox then this may be causing it to overheat internally and may damage ure gearbox in constant use i would advise having ure gearbox cooler checked.

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    I had a similar issue with my 2004 206cc auto it did not easily take first or reverse until intense reving of the motor, or change to manual tiptronic....luckily it is still under warranty with the ca yard ,,,they took it to a european transmission specialist who will replace a switch that cost $650.00 waiting to come from france

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My peugeot 206 after half n hour doesnt pickup and sometime switch off as well mechanic says it has a gearbox problem pls someone advise me

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