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Our thermostat always reads low, but doesn't seem to affect performance.

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Thermostat is not working properly means water is circulating through radiator without even reaching engine's operating temperature.

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Temperature gauge on my Peugeot 207 keeps going from normal to 0 and staying there no leaks visible no coolant lose


Normal to COLD?
You would only lose coolant if the engine was overheating - or, as you say - a leak.

It's probably a faulty temperature sending unit - these are common failures. You actually have nothing to worry about. The unit sends a signal from the engine to your temperature gauge in the car. Even if the unit is faulty the engine is still operating at the correct temperature - it's the signal to the temperature gauge that is wrong.

Your temperature sensor will look something like in the image below:
26054640-ncuktxo4qw3omcx4ef1trshf-4-0.jpegIt's inexpensive and quick to rectify. A new sender unit can be fitted within minutes. Give a mobile mechanic a call ..

I read your question about the car heater.. No, the sensor wouldn't cause the heater to blow cold air. That fault is either air in the cooling system/heater system, or a blocked heater matrix.

Remove your radiator cap/coolant bottle cap. Open the heater controls to HOT and set on maximum. Start the engine and let it tick over - see if it forces any air out of the system when the heater should begin blowing hot.

If the heater still blows cold it may have a blocked matrix. Try a bottle of radiator/coolant system flush to see if that dislodges the blockage. The instructions will be on the bottle of coolant flush

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My 2009 Peugeot 308's heating is baffling me when i drive at normal speeds say 30 and above the engine temperature gauge never rises and the heater doesnt work but when im in traffic or parked with th


Thermostat may not be working properly, hot coolant has to circulate via the heater core in order to get heat. Normally operation temperation should be 180 to 200 degrees.

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Coolant gauge has stopped working


I'm not a Peugeot expert, but do you know if the engine is warming up normally ?
The thermostat could be stuck open, or the engine could be low on coolant, or the sending unit for the gauge may have failed. If the engine is warming up you should be able to ground the wire to the sender and watch the gauge move.

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I have a 2004 Jeep Cherokee Laredo. An indicator (with a symbol of what looks like a radiator) below the low fuel indicator (bottom left had side of the dashboard) lights up and remains on. I have checked...


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1. Speedometer
2. Brake warning light
3. Turn signal indicator light
4. High beam indicator light
5. Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL)
6. Airbag warning light
7. Anti-Lock brake warning light
8. Tachometer
9. Security alarm indicator light
10. Oil pressure warning light
11. Electronic Stability Program (ESP)/
Traction Control System (TCS) indicator light
12. Tire Pressure Monitor warning light (base)

13. Temperature gauge
14. Electronic Vehicle Information Display
15. Tow/Haul indicator light
16. 4WD Low mode indicator light
17. Seat belt reminder light
18. Cruise control indicator light
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20. Transmission gear indicator
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On a 2001 ford taurus what is the exclamatin point on the dash? The light comes on and goes off at times.


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Item Part Number Description 1 — Instrument cluster 2 — Odometer reset shaft 3 — Air bag warning indicator 4 — RH turn signal indicator 5 — Charging system warning indicator 6 — Tachometer 7 — Low oil pressure warning indicator 8 — Brake system warning indicator 9 — Cruise control indicator 10 — Check fuel cap indicator 11 — Anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning indicator 12 — Check transmission indicator 13 — Odometer 14 — Transmission range selector indicator 15 — Trip odometer 16 — Theft indicator 17 — Low coolant indicator (if equipped) 18 — Safety belt warning indicator 19 — Low fuel warning indicator 20 — Fuel gauge 21 — Malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) 22 — Door ajar warning indicator 23 — Traction control indicator (if equipped) 24 — Engine coolant temperature gauge 25 — High beam indicator 26 — LH turn signal indicator 27 — Speedometer

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Peugeot 206 temperature gauge not working?


it could be a couple of things, first, check the wires to the temprature sender unit make sure they have not broke, as it was sudden this may be it, also it could be the sender unit it self as a freind of mine had with her car i changed that and the one for the radiator switch, but most of the time it will be something to do with the sender unit on the engine...hope this helps

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Teampreature gauge not working


Sounds like you have installed a 'over-temperature switch' type sender unit- this type of sensor is only meant to control an over-temperature alarm indicator lamp that is either 'on' or 'off'.

The temperature gauge requires a 'variable resistance type' temperarure sensor to control the meter deflection.
When cold the temperature sensor is of high resistance, hence less meter deflection;
when hot temperature sensor is of low resistance, hence more meter deflection.

You need to procure a matching sensor to suit the type of gauge installed.

Is it possible you have connected to the temperature wrong temperature sensor? - most vehicles are fitted with both a gauge type (variable resistance) sensor to drive the temperature gauge, as well as a switch type (on or off) sensor to drive the overtemp indicator light.

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1997 2.4L Chevy Cavalier LS; Low Coolant Indicator and Temp Gauge


take the cap off of the radiator (whil engine is cold) start and run the vehicle. keep runnig 30mins after the vehicle is hot keeping notice of the rad fluid level.
keeping the cap off will prevent the pressure build up that woiuld keep the air in the system, keep adding water or antifreeze as the level goes down. this may take an hour or so.
also with the cap off, you will be able to see if your water pump is operating correctly. you will visibly be able to see movement in the rad when the pum is engaged.

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Temperature gauge not working


maybe a fuse or a wire got disconnected from the guage

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