What does that mean?? My Peugeot 207 1.6 is acting up as I get an overheating alarm but the car is totally cold, checking in other forums it seems that is a common fault of the temperature sensor or of the thermostat, I back probed the sensor and it gives a reading of 11 mega ohms and the resistance drops as the temperature rises. On the same connector of the temperature sensor is an "electrically piloted thermostat" in terminals 1 and 2 but I never encountered such an animal before, so I envision two options: 1.- this thing is a normal thermostat that informs the computer about his state via a change in resistance. Or 2.- The computer controls the thermostat at its pleasure via a solenoid, meaning that if I apply voltage to the terminals , I will open the thermostat?? I back probed it and it gives a reading of 9.2 ohms so it could be shorted or it could be a solenoid. So I don't know if either of them are dead for sure. Any of you have encountered something like this?? If it helps this is the same engine as the second generation Mini Cooper. In the pic is the symbol of the connector, terminals 1 and 2 are of the electrically piloted thermostat and in 3 and 4 is the coolant temperature sensor. Thanks in advance for any help .