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Peugeot 106 temperature light comes on, changed thermostat, no difference, radiator not heating up, heater is working ok in cab, also retightened fan belt. can you help [please.

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I have a T reg Peugeot 106, the temperature light keeps coming on even thou I've topped the oil up. Any info plz

Topping up the oil has very little bearing on engines overheating.

You need to remove the radiator cap and top up the cooling system with anti-freeze and water mixed to specifications. Note that I mention RADIATOR CAP and not the expansion reservoir cap. Remove the radiator cap with the engine COLD. Once you have filled the radiator, you need to run the engine until it gets to full operating temperature. Some of the water will overflow out until the thermostat opens, then the water level will rise and fall. When it has settled, bubbles have stopped, turn the engine off, top up one last time. Replace the radiator cap and then top up the reservoir tank.

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If it is the temperature light ( not the check engine light) you may wish to check and see if the engine is actually hot.
(Be advisesd. An overheated engine is really serious! )
With the engine not running and cold, and the car level, take off the radiator cap very slowly to relieve the pressure, be certain the radiator is full, and then start the car.
Stand back in case the radiator blows antifreeze out.
Now start he car, and with the engine running, and when the temperature light is on, very carefully feel or smell the radiator and top radiator hose. If these are not hot, you problem may be a stuck thermostat. If the thermostat is stuck, you should sense the heat by smelling and listening to the motor.
If you have an overheating issue, please refrain from driving the car until it is fixed, or you could totally destroy the motor.
Also, there are 2 electric blower fans behind your radiator. One is for engine temperature, one is for the air conditioning circuit.
If the temperature light comes on, one of the blower fans should be running. If neither is, that may be your problem.
Be sure to leave your heater/air conditioner off during this test.
The most common problem is a bad temperature sensor for the fan, then a bad fan itself. After that, a stuck thermostat.
Blessings on your figuring this out.

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The air from the heater core will be as hot as the coolant temperature of the engine. 80 Degrees is the opening temperature of the thermostat and that will be where it remains until the engine starts to work or the ambient temperature rises.
Thermostats come in a couple of different opening temperatures so check around for one that opens around 85 degrees if you want hotter air in the cab
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Peurgot 206LX--1.4 petrol. X REG...31.10.2000 .engine overheating? Worse when standing ( coolant Ok )

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Could very well be from over heating, or maybe a faulty temperature sensor, or thermostat, but the first thing to do is check radiator and coolant return bottle levels to make sure your not just low on coolant. Let me know what you find out after you check that. Note: remove cap(s) when engine has cooled down to avoid scalding. Then start engine, turn heater on, and add as needed. Is your heater working ok, as in putting out lots of heat?

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Peugeot 106 1.0 litre, temperature warning light on dash comes on one or two minutes after starting engine, sometimes stays on or intermittently goes off and on whilst driving. Also the radiator cooling...

hi, if the collant level is ok and the car isnt over heating then check the heater works in the car and make sure it gives of heat when hot is selected if it dont then the chances are the thermostat has gone and needs replacing.

If on the other hand you have heat then the chances are its just a faulty temp sensot these are cheap to buy and easy to replace.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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