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Old 27-11-12, 09:14 PM   #1
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Hi there, recently bought a 1.4 207 on a 2008 plate. The wife got stuck in traffic and it overheated, when I got there to look I noticed the cooling fan plug was unplugged, so was this too good to be true? Hmmmmmmmm. Well the fan kicked in but did not stop (it over runs for about 5 mins when engine is turned off also).

Guess that's why the previous owner unplugged it. Called local electrical shop and they suggested to change the temp module that sits in the fan cowl. Did that and still the same.

Then read some forums and someone had said that if the oil filler was not tight then it could cause an issue with the ECU...... So bought a new one....guess what.......still the same......

Next step join a decent forum and ask for HELP, so here I am........any suggestions pleeeeeeeeeeease
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HAve the fuse box check out for water ingress
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Old 29-11-12, 07:37 PM   #3
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I had this on a 2005 307. I disconnected and cleaned the relay and all connectors & earth point under the plastic bumper slam panel. After that no problems.
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Cheers guys, I will let u know...........
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Ended up dropping it into an electrical specialist....they just reset the computer and it seemed to cure the problem....fan kicks in and out as it should.....

SDo, a happy ending?????..... no, if you leave it for more that a couple of days it now drains the battery here we go again....bring back windy windows, mech temp sensors and loose the brains.......never use to have all this nonsense.....christ I sound old.....hahaha.....
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