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Peugeot 207: Engine Overheating. Heater Blowing Out Cold Air. Coolant Level OK. What could be the problem?

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  • Peugeot 207: Engine Overheating. Heater Blowing Out Cold Air. Coolant Level OK. What could be the problem?


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Answer #1 | 29/10 2013 12:26
The water pump has failed and thus the coolant is not circulating around the engine or the heating system. Yet another reason why I never buy very unreliable Peugeot cars and you will have to have it replaced for a small fortune at the local garage.
Answer #2 | 29/10 2013 13:01
It could be a thermostat or a blocked radiator but without seeing the vehicle its hard to say, take it to the garage or get it towed, do not run it overheating or you will wreck the engine, it may be just a faulty sensor.
Answer #3 | 30/10 2013 08:31
could be the thermostat. (Which won't have been made by Peugeot!) Take it back to the garage, it is something they have done. My 307 has done 170,000 km in the last ten years. A couple of timing belts, as per the service schedule, plus one clutch. Oh, and a few tyres of course! The battery is the original.

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