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Old 22-07-19, 11:16 AM   #1
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Default 206 with 1.4i have oil cooler?

hi, this is my 1st post

my wife inherited a 1998 pugeot 206 1.4i (1361cc) with A/c and auto box.

There is an oil leak from somewher on the front of the motor and there is a bit if oil contamination in the coolant (but no foam).

Does anyone know it this motor has an oil cooler?
hopefully if does, if not, maybe head gasket....


thanks in advance.
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Old 22-07-19, 01:50 PM   #2
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hi, this is my 1st post

my wife inherited a 1998 pugeot 206 1.4i (1361cc) with A/c and auto box.

There is an oil leak from somewher on the front of the motor and there is a bit if oil contamination in the coolant (but no foam).

Does anyone know it this motor has an oil cooler?
hopefully if does, if not, maybe head gasket....


thanks in advance.
I'd still be looking at head gasket as the most likely culprit. Have you checked around the head to see if there's any obvious seepage? Or is it a mystery leak? I assume by leak you mean it's dropping oil
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Old 22-07-19, 03:14 PM   #3
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Default looks like head gasket, can anyone point me to a write up for a 206?

weeping around head, looks like head gasket.

can anyone point me to a head gasket procedure write up for a 206? (I never worked on peugeot before)

how hard is it (auto transmission and A/C)

thanks
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weeping around head, looks like head gasket.

can anyone point me to a head gasket procedure write up for a 206? (I never worked on peugeot before)

how hard is it (auto transmission and A/C)

thanks
1.4 petrol or diesel? I have a Haynes which seems to be pretty in depth. Maybe someone else had a service manual or link? I bet there's loads of great visual aids on YouTube too
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Old 22-07-19, 04:57 PM   #5
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1.4 petrol.
it would be great if you could post pictures of the section in the relevant haynes manual on here (if thats allowed?)
I did find this on youtube but it would be nice to have some bits of paper beside the car while Im doing it.

cheers.

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Old 22-07-19, 06:03 PM   #6
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Haynes manuals dont really tell you much anyway the engine is a TU series engine very easy to do a head gasket on BUT it is a wet liner engine so if you dont understand what that means you need to do some reading BEFORE removing head.
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Haynes manuals dont really tell you much anyway the engine is a TU series engine very easy to do a head gasket on BUT it is a wet liner engine so if you dont understand what that means you need to do some reading BEFORE removing head.
They're a good starting point for 10!
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Haynes manuals dont really tell you much anyway the engine is a TU series engine very easy to do a head gasket on BUT it is a wet liner engine so if you dont understand what that means you need to do some reading BEFORE removing head.
They're a good starting point for 10!
agreed, Haynes have helped me much over the years.
ok, I read about the differences between wet and dry cylinders, but I don't understand why it makes any difference for doing a head gasket? ok, don't turn crank to mess up cylinders, but what else?
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You need to read more then

If the liners are moved with the head off the bottom seals can be damaged leading to oil and water mixing from the bottom of the liners !

You also need to check protrusion of liners is within tolerances or new gasket can fail again i tend to just swap the whole engine to avoid the headaches
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You also need to check protrusion of liners is within tolerances
check protrusion with vernier calipers?
do you mean how far they stick up above the surface of the block?

any idea what the maximum protrusion is?

and if its too far, can I tap it with a mallet to reduce it?
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