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Peugeot 206 Overheating

2004 Peugeot 206 Problem

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CarPeugeot 206 1.4 Petrol
Year2004
Ownerclaire371
Posted16/04/2008


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The Problem:

When sat in traffic, the temperature gauge is almost at 100 degrees. The fan does kick in but it doesn't get back to normal until the car is moving again. I don't ride the clutch and I check the water regularly. Any ideas what could be causing this?



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this is normal when sat in traffic for the temp to rise as long as you keep a eye on the water like you say there is not really anything to worry about but just keep a eye on the water level





Posted on Wednesday 16th of April 2008

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My car has the same problem but when the temperature goes up to 90 degrees or higher, I can hear some vibrating sound. And when I drive the car for a while again, and the temperature does come down and the vibrating sound is gone. Also, I do notice that the temperature goes up more quickly then before. Is there anything to worry about?





Posted on Sunday 17th of August 2008

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My car has the same problem but when the temperature goes up to 90 degrees or higher, I can hear some vibrating sound. And when I drive the car for a while again, and the temperature does come down and the vibrating sound is gone. Also, I do notice that the temperature goes up more quickly then before. Is there anything to worry about?





Posted on Sunday 17th of August 2008

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