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You should check at your Peugeot Car Dealership.
This should be your heat exchanger.
Original part code 6448 S7 or aftermarket hella 8FH 351 315-571, it should be around 200$. heat exchanger for peugeot 407 2005 - aa54c929-ee88-4847-935c-83a8563c2c73.png

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