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Old 17-01-18, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default 207 1.6vti coolant temp sensor replacement

Can anybody help with the process of this in regards to what needs to be removed to be able to access this, I want to check I have all necessary tools before starting and can't find much reference to it in the Haynes

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Old 17-01-18, 06:24 PM   #3
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I just removed the air intake hose & resonator which is one 10mm head bolt and a plastic rivet (removed with a small flat blade screw driver)

I would also suggest that you tie a bit of string or similar onto the retaining clip as its easy to drop when removing or refitting.

You may also need to clear BSI trouble codes if you have fans running and stop light as it does not clear automatically and will stay the same after swapping sensor
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Cheers guys appreciated job for next days off including new discs !!
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Old 21-01-18, 03:40 PM   #5
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Just wondering do I need a specific type of coolant
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I should be G30 coolant in the car if not changed in the past.

Check the colour as they should not be mixed if you are are going to drain and refill then the standard Red or Purple Coolants from ECP are fine
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Thanks for the quick reply I have heard these cars can be difficult to fill and bleed ?? I have done this on other cars but never a Peugeot
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I have never had a problem on a 207 when changing sensor, can sometimes be an issue bleeding heater on a full drain down but if you bleed at bulkhead when re-filling its normally fine
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So how much should I drain out in order to change sensor ??
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not done this but my advice is pull the sensor and bung the hole.
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