Temperature problem...

Discussion in 'Peugeot 306' started by Tiller, Jul 21, 2014.

  1. Tiller


    Jul 21, 2014
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    My car is a 1999 Peugeot 306 1.6 with AC

    I could really need some inputs, since im stuck...

    The problem:
    -The temperature gets to hot. 100-110c
    -Driving up a hill makes the temp rise and almost goes into the red.
    -Unplugging the fan coolant sensor so both fans operate at full speed does not help
    -If i open the bleeding screw on the hose to the bulk head i get a steady stream of water that follows the revs. (Rules out waterpump???)
    -I get a steady flow of hot air from the heater.

    The low speed fan that should kick in at 97c does not kick in before temp gauge shows appr. 105-107c
    High speed fan should kick in at 107,c but it does not engage.

    What i have done:

    -Changed thermostat=no difference
    -Changed radiator + coolant= no difference
    -Changed temp sender to gauge and temp sender to fan ECU= no diffence
    -New earth cable from gearbox and battery= no difference
    -Cleaned cable connection the fans=no difference
    -Tried another (used) fan control unit ECU (Bitron) = no difference

    I I’m stuck with this problem, so if anyone have any ideas on what could be wrong let me know :)
    Tiller, Jul 21, 2014
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