Why is the 'Stop' warning light coming on when I start my Peugeot 306?

Sometimes when I start my T-reg Peugeot 306, my fans come on straight away and the stop light comes on as well. If I wait the light goes out and the fans go off, everything runs fine. The temperature is ok and all the fluids are topped up to recommended levels. Help!

Asked on 4 September 2010 by nessat

Answered by Honest John
Probably a duff engine coolant temp sensor/sender.
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