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    Default Peugeot 407 2.7l HDi cooling system parts.

    Anyone know where I can get various parts for a 2008 Peug 407 HDi Diesel cooling system? Thermostat & housing, and other plastic bits in the loop, for example a new one of these?: 407 SV 2.7 Cooling bits IMG_0357.JPG

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    Just by the way I'm doing up my beloved Pierre (my 407 SLV wagon) and want to use new parts as far as possible, while driving Linda's older 2006 407 2.7 HDi SV sedan, but if I can't get them, I'll be happy with old as long as they are better than the stuff I currently have.
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    The DT17 engine's thermostat housing in particular becomes brittle and splits along the joins of the different parts. For some applications of this engine (e.g. Jag), you can buy a kit in cast aluminium, but apparently not so for the PSA versions. Don't risk used unless you know it has seen very little use. Try EAI or look online if you don't want to buy this from a dealer (do ask them though, tell them the price elsewhere and let them log a lost sale). There is also a plastic outlet down the front you want to look at. The best way to find the degas bottle pictured is to look up the part number in the Pug catalogue. You can get free access to Peugeot's ServiceBox parts info if you've not already.

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