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Where abouts is the thermostat located on Peugeot 806? I think this is the problem as the coolant will not gain any temperature and the mini boiler keeps on kicking in. Please can you help?

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Follow the UPPER RADiATOR hose, in the engine side there is this iNLET where the HOSE is connected, thats the area were u could see the THERMOSTAT VALVE!

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