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Hi,
I have a 2004 307 2.0 HDi 110 (RHS).
In the dashboard/instrument section of PP it came up with a fault 'oil temp signal inaccurate' or something similar to that.
Does this car have an oil temp sensor? if so, where would I find it?
 
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These are usually software glitch faults.
There is a level sensor going into the sump at the rear as far as I remember.
 

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These are usually software glitch faults.
There is a level sensor going into the sump at the rear as far as I remember.
When I interrogated the fault with PP it could not communicate with the ECU but was ok when I went into parameters, my guess was the software was made for various models perhaps some have Oil temp sensors?

Thanks for your input.
 

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Its a common "false positive". Most pre facelift 307s (or at least the couple of dozen I've diagnosticed) don't have an oil temperature gauge.
 

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Its a common "false positive". Most pre facelift 307s (or at least the couple of dozen I've diagnosticed) don't have an oil temperature gauge.
Thanks for all your input into this issue, I think we can safely assume it's down to software.
 

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I always wondered if it did indeed have the sender unit and wiring, it just didn't connect to anywhere on the dash.

The 306 was like that - you'd find the wiring loom was already there for things like rear electric windows when it had manual and so on.
 
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