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Old 12-01-12, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Fan running after engine turn-off

Hi guys and gals, this may be nothing but thought it better to ask.

I have a 307 HDI 1.6 (110) cracking car, but a few problems.
I have the good old Anti-pollution fault which i am going to get checked by a friend with peugoet planet.
Something i have noticed is that when i turn the engine off, even from a very short journey (like less than a minute) the fan comes on. It isnt on when the engine is running, but soon it is off, the fan goes nuts, for a good few minutes.

Just wondering if this is normal? Someone here mentioned a fan making his battery go flat. I havnt had any such problems but wondered what everyones thoughts are.

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Old 12-01-12, 03:43 PM   #2
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What's the temperature showing on the dashboard before you turn off your car?

It's possible that thermostat is broken, and it's stuck so it does not open for additional water.
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Old 12-01-12, 09:21 PM   #3
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Get a diagnostic check done. I'll bet the car will need heater plugs. The ecu is trying to do a regeneration on the particle filter but cannot as it cannot reach a high enough temperature. Even one heater plug failing will cause a problem with regenerations.
Also there is a software update for the fan running on problem.
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Old 13-01-12, 10:48 AM   #4
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The temp is normal when i turn off- it never runs above normal (that i notice)

I would be interested in the software update- is that something from Peugoet and if so, is there a cost?

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How can I change a heater plug on a 1.6 HDi without having to rip the engine out to get at the damn things?

Will it regenerate if i take it for a blast down the road at 120kmh in 4th gear for 15 mins with a duff plug?
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How can I change a heater plug on a 1.6 HDi without having to rip the engine out to get at the damn things?

Will it regenerate if i take it for a blast down the road at 120kmh in 4th gear for 15 mins with a duff plug?
First step would be to start your own thread....
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Second step i'd suggest searching the forums
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No is the answer Hysteria. You need 4 plugs working. Check the forum as stated for plug fitting advice. Not a comfortable job to do but doable.



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