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    Default overheating xsara vtr

    hi can anybody help got a problem of overheating in my xsara vtr 1.8, only goes up2 95 but still i tink is high, no sign of any leaks

    any help plz

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    fan should cut in between 90 and 100, 92 is just above normal temp around the city.

    hope this helps

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    thanks 4 reply but b4 it didnt used 2 go this high so quickly

    even wen it woz raining and cold yesterday still overheated

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeru786
    thanks 4 reply but b4 it didnt used 2 go this high so quickly

    even wen it woz raining and cold yesterday still overheated

    Do you speak English?

    Chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance
    Do you speak English?

    Chance.
    Reminds me of Pygmalion/My Fair Lady - a quote by Prof. Higgins...

    Anyway, it sounds like either one or both of your radiator fans have died or are not working for some reason, or the thermostat is sticking/stuck closed. If you are in doubt and don't know what to look for, get a professional mechanic to check it out before you cook the engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance
    Do you speak English?

    Chance.
    He's speaking British not English.
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    juts spoke gsf autoparts and they have told me could be the sensors that can make temp go high

    can any1 plz enlighten me on that matter

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    He's communicating in SMS, regrettable habt.

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