How do change the thermostat on a 206?
Can you clarify what a 206 is? A 206 can be a lot of things. It might be very specific to you, but to those of us who are trying to help you, more specific information would be helpful. Thanks, Shawna
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Drain the water from your radiator. Remove the top and bottomradiator hoses. Remove the radiator stabilizing bolts. Remove theradiator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to …install the newradiator.
Remove the thermostat housing. where is, and how do i remove the housing
Just press the two black buttons in whats on your dash 1 is for the hour and the other one is for the mins
on the right hand side of the engine as you look at it, remove the airbox to gain access, what does it look like
between every 55 and 60k at the min paul
just screw it off and put other on!
To remove the radio you need some radio removal piins, put them in the holes on the sides of the radio and push them in, the radio will then pop out and you can pull it out.
206gti.net has a useful guide with pictures for headlight removal... http://206gti.net/globechange/
\ntake it to your dealer or service center and tell them to change the steering wheel that's what i did or if you tried that there should be a cap on the front of the wheel a…nd you snap it open and there should be bolts.
You need a flux capacitor I think
The Coolant Temperature sensor is defective.
The thermostat on a Peuget 206 is located on top of the engine,under the upper radiator hose. It controls the flow of coolant outof the engine.
Apply handbrake and chock rear wheels.Support front of car on stands. Remove both front wheels and remove drive shaft nuts. Remove lower front suspension arms and lever out dr…ive shafts. Draining geer box oil beforehand may reduce spills. Remove battery, air cleaner asm, wheel arch liner on LH side to improve access. Disconnect gear linkages, remove clutch linkage, revers light cable. Support engine, support transmission asm.Remove LH engine mount, remove bell housing bolts. Slide gearbox/diff asm sideways to reveal clutch asm. Note alignments and mark. remove and replace clutch asm . Assembly is reverse of the above.
In Peugeot 206
Buy new oil filter and correct grade of new oil, run engine to warm up old oil remove oil filler cap from top of engine then put bowl under sump plug on bottom of engine remo…ve sump plug with special tool drain oil. when finished draining, put sump plug back in and tighten then loosen oil filter with special tool the filter is on a screw thread put bowl under filter to catch old oil then clean around the area with lint free cloth, before refitting new filter smear a small amount of new oil around sealing o ring then screw new filter back onto engine hand tight. Refill engine with new oil up to level on dipstick replace oil cap run engine and check for any leaks - all done.
In Peugeot 206
This is how I did it Make the vehicle safe. Remove. Unplug the three quick release connections to the air intake pipe and rocker box (hard plastic pipe) and move rearward out …of the way. Slacken off the two pipe clips holding the plastic 90 degree intake pipe and remove. Unplug the coil pack connector (grey plug on ours) in the middle of the top of the coil pack and move out of the way. Remove the two 6mm studs or nuts from either end of the coil pack. Lift and remove the coil pack. Remove the throttle cable from the main cable steady/adjuster by first pulling the large long spring clip to provide enough slack to remove cable nipple from air butterfly actuator. Remove small plastic cable support and move cable out of the way. Remove the central steel cable support (Three torx screws) NO SMOKING With the fuel rail still secure, remove fuel supply pipe by depressing the quick release buttons (both sides) and easing the pipe off of its spigot. (Will be a snug fit, don't snap the spigot) As it is removed, petrol will spray out as the seal is broken until the system pressure is depleted. Remove the two torx screws securing the fuel rail and the central 6mm nut holding the small steadying bracket. The other end of this small bracket is slotted so the awkward 6mm nut below securing the other end needs only slackening off. Remove the four spring clips between the fuel rail and injectors. Be careful not to bend these too much if replacements are not available. Firmly, wiggle and lift the fuel rail off the top of the injectors. (do not be tempted to get the crow bar out) Some injectors may stay in the head although some may come away with the rail. These can be separated before the rail is fully removed. With the rail removed, unplug the injector electrical connection and remove the injector/s. Ensure all "O" rings and wire spring clips are accounted for.. Replace With suitable lubricant on all "O" rings. Insert the injector firmly into its respective port. After checking the spring clip is suitable for use and in its correct position on the plug, remake the plug connection between the loom and the injector. A definite click should be heard when the spring clips snaps home. Fit the undistorted clips in the correct orientation at the top of the injectors. Slide the fuel rail down on top of the lubricated "O" rings until the clips snap into place on the fuel rail flanges. Secure the central bracket, two torx screws and fuel pipe. Replace throttle cable in reverse order of dismantling and ensure adjustment is correct. Replace coil pack, connetors and other items in reverse order of removal. It may be a good idea to ensure any spilt fuel is not around for start up although by this time, it should all have evaporated. Start up and check for leaks. Took me about an hour at a lazy pace including a cup of tea.
Follow the top hose from the radiator towards the engine block, you will find the thermostat housing there. Remove the 2 x 10mm bolts from the housing and you will find it ins…ide. Remove carefully and replace with the new one ensuring it's facing the correct way round. Renew the seal and r-bolt up, top up the header tank and your done.