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theconrodkid

posted on 19/7/18 at 11:41 AM Reply With Quote
Pug problems

Hi peeps, friend of mine has a 2006 pug 307 cc, 2.0 jobbie.
it is overheating, fan not coming on, i replaced the stat a couple of months ago and all was fine, fan working etc, today she rings up, it has boiled up and the fan wasnt running.
anyone a fan of these cars or know of an independant pug specialist around the Portishead / Bristol area as i dont really want to get involved, the electrics seem to be a nightmare and there is no workshp manual available





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nick205

posted on 19/7/18 at 01:07 PM Reply With Quote
Not had a 307, but have had several 205s and a 306, each of which had a Haynes manual available. Although reliable enough cars electrics (wiring) could be difficult to trace through. That said I suspect many cars are the same.

Your thermostat approach seems logical to me. I guess the next step would be a fuse check.

You're right though to be looking for a garage and not get drawn too far into it yourself.

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