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FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Cylinder Head

I have a R reg Cinq sporting (1108 sporting) that I have aquired which needs some work. Ive stripped the engine (knowing it had a blown head gasket) assuming I would only need to skim the head which I could have done myself I found a dropped valve seat on cylinder No2. The head is also warped through the whole head on the combustion side its warped by 12 thou therefore skimming would just increase

Originally Posted by blackledge Im in Colchester Essex so am i. i have head in shed but i think it fecked ill have a look in morning. or httpwww.fiatforum.comclassifieds...15890&cat500 the head gasket off that has gone so they will split it from engine or they got some 1242cc engines you could just upgrade

FIAT 500 II head winning over heart - help

I finally bit the bullet and went to test drive the 500 and a yaris over the weekend. I have to say I was really disappointed with the 500 and quite impressed with the yaris..... Now my head says yaris far more sensible more car for your money not a cheap car with a facelift etc etc but my heart says 500...YES YESY YES The drive was bumpy and the general noise in the car was worse than my 2001 fiesta

Normally I dont think a 500 would be on a list with a yaris but I think toyota are having a bad time of it and they have extended the scrappage scheme (their own) to cover 7 years and older cars. Mine is 9 years old and they would give me 2300 for it more than I paid which makes it the same price as a 500 and a tasty offer. I heard mentioned on here that there will be some engine changes shortly -

Originally Posted by Hannikins Normally I dont think a 500 would be on a list with a yaris but I think toyota are having a bad time of it and they have extended the scrappage scheme (their own) to cover 7 years and older cars. Mine is 9 years old and they would give me 2300 for it more than I paid which makes it the same price as a 500 and a tasty offer. I heard mentioned on here that there will be

Originally Posted by 306maxi 16 cylinder I assume you mean 16 valve in which case no it wont be 16 valve. More valves doesnt immediately mean its better. yes thats what I meant I know noisy doesnt mean its worse either maybe the yaris has more padding

I think the much heralded new engines will still have 8 valves but since they only have 2 cylinders it is an increase to the same number per cylinder as the Yaris

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FIAT UNO II This cylinder head is from a uno 45

Hello I have this head and distribuitor on my fiat 600.. i guess its from a uno 45 but im not sure.. anyone can identify this if its from a uno 45 can you guys please show me the thermostat that you use and if you also has a pipe from the waterpump to the head in the same place that i have. Thanks

I doubt it. Thats a twin cylinder engine the dizzy has three leads - 2 for spark plugs and 1 for coil. UK Unos only ever came with four cylinder engines - ohv 903cc FIRE 999 and 1108cc ohc 1116 1299 1301 and 1372cc (turbo and non turbo carburetor and fuel injected) plus a 1.6 diesel (I think). Some European Pandas were possibly available with a twin pot engine like in the 126 Maybe thats what youre thinking of Oh and your finned alloy rocker cover mighy be an Abarth option Need some of the 500 owners to confirm as Im not that clued up on 500s -(

Well I owe Poggy a big TY on this one For some reason I never thought of making a warranty claim - but sure enough the whole thing was done and dusted by everybodys friend Thames fiat. Thanks Poggy Just one issue I still want advice on tho - the 1.2 Lounge I was lent as a courtesy car had stunning brakes. Just the lightest touch and it would slow rapidly. But my 1.3MJ is so different. It takes much

Originally Posted by snes Well I owe Poggy a big TY on this one For some reason I never thought of making a warranty claim - but sure enough the whole thing was done and dusted by everybodys friend Thames fiat. Thanks Poggy Just one issue I still want advice on tho - the 1.2 Lounge I was lent as a courtesy car had stunning brakes. Just the lightest touch and it would slow rapidly. But my 1.3MJ is so

FIAT MAREA 185 Marea TD100 ELX Weekend - Cylinder Head Gasket

My S-Reg Marea TD100 ELX Weekend (89000 miles) has been playing up with difficult starting especially in cold weather taking several times to start having died on each occasion. In addition diesel consumption has been getting progressively worse the injector light was coming on particularly on long fast runs and I have had white smoke and a very lumpy and clattery engine whilst cold..... I know a long

A head gasket failure can give you white smoke as well as the other symptoms you describe. If you have CO2 in the water then this is a likely cause. The water may also be scummy and smell of bad eggs. You could also check your oil to see if it has a white scum in it. Looks a bit like mayo. A gasket change and block skim should cost less than &163300. Try a few garages for quotes.

Thanks Polecat.... The first thing I did was check the ooil filler cap but it and the oil were clean. However this was within 5 mins of the engine going hot or I guess the gasket may have failed into a cylinder or to outside of the engine block or may not yet have spoiled the oil. Anyway thanks for your help. Cheers.

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 confused on cylinder head

i got bored today and decided to strip off the head just for the hell of it the production code in ePER was 71735496 but stamped on the side of the head was 46400108 only reason im asking that is because the water galleries are slightly different to the head gasket i would of thought it would be one big hole rather then two smaller ones unless they are meant to be like that the previous owner replaced

FIAT PUNTO cracked cylinder head

hello all seen a 2000 punto for sale with cracked cylinder head and i was wondering what that is and how much it would averagely cost to fix it. is a cracked cylinder head same as getting a blown head gasket

recon heads usually about 500 quid.

Originally Posted by T14086 I stuck some Barrs in my 1.2 mk2 punto to keep me going until I could afford radiator but...I forgot and didnt replace the radiator until 3 years later. It never leaked since putting it in I still own the car. I have used it on loads of Jap cars in the past and as long as you dont expect miracles it works fine. Back in the day when I worked for DaimlerJaguar we used to add

FIAT 500 II Fiat 500 - 2012 Sport or 2013 Lounge

Hello all Hope everyones great. A bit of background - am from Dubai and we have only 2 fiat dealerships here. For some strange reason for 2013 we have access only to the Lounge trim (both the coupe and cabriolet) as well as the Ferrari Abarth 695 trim. We get the Euro spec version of the 1.4 16V engine with very limited color choices. We also dont have a fiat customization centre. Am looking to join

Thanks for replying guys. We get the Euro spec fiat 500s here as opposed to the wide bumper US versions. Yes petrol isnt a worry - it takes 21 GBP to fill up BMW 330i. I reckon 25 GBP for a Range Rover is accurate. But we have crazy summers where temperature average around 42C and some weeks even above 50C. I dont have the complete spec sheets - dealers here are a pain in the neck but this is what

Originally Posted by Cyberdrake Thanks for replying guys. We get the Euro spec fiat 500s here as opposed to the wide bumper US versions. Yes petrol isnt a worry - it takes 21 GBP to fill up BMW 330i. I reckon 25 GBP for a Range Rover is accurate. But we have crazy summers where temperature average around 42C and some weeks even above 50C. I dont have the complete spec sheets - dealers here are a pain

FIAT 500 II 1.4cc or (future)900cc

Hi all I have been visiting the forum for quite some time as i am about to order my 500. I have decided everything.. color extras trim level.. everything.. and i was sooo close to place the order for a 1.4 sport 500 as i felt its more of a complete car compared to the 1.2 However as the fuel price goes up (and everything shows that it will keep getting higher) and as i read that fiat is close to present

Originally Posted by ale Living on the edge right yea the edge of the tyres sorry for going slightly off topic... Attached Thumbnails     __________________ current car httpwww.fiatforum.commembers-mot...nello-red.html the true flagship fiat thats a bit Alfa and a bit Abarth   Quote   18-06-2008   28 Ulpian Ulpian Join Date Sep 2006 Location My flat mostly Posts 3377 Thanks 114

Originally Posted by Ulpian Kinda on thread I see that the new Lancia Delta runs with the usual current range of fiat petrols and Diesels. I would be surprised if an important new car - important for fiat - would arrive with nearly obsolete engines. I mean cylinder head technology here by the way - not all-new engines. Ive searched everywhere but I can find no solid hint of when the new engines etc.

[QUOTEUlpian I would be surprised if an important new car - important for fiat - would arrive with nearly obsolete engines. I mean cylinder head technology here by the way - not all-new engines. Ive searched everywhere but I can find no solid hint of when the new engines etc. are coming. Either fiat is being VERY cagey or they really are eighteen months or more away. [QUOTE] I posted a month or two

FIAT 500 II UP experience was a let down

After my comments on the Start Stop thread about the 3-cylinder engine in the VW being a &8216wet rag&8217 curiosity get the better of me and I went out for a test drive in an UP. Picked a garage that was beside where the OH got her MiTo with &8216open roads&8217 so I wasn&8217t just driving around the block. T o get a drive I had to produce a copy of my driver&8217s licence. Test drive was duly dated

FIAT 500 II My 500 is Poorly..

Oh Dear My 500c Twinair went in today for the Recall on the coils & a replacement of a rubber seal in the boot While It was there it was decided to have the 18k service done as it is 6 months old and at 17100 Miles. Called to make sure it was ready to pick up but all is not well Knock from the Nearside is Play in the upper suspension so thats got to be replaced damaged gaiter on the Offside Driveshaft

have been a better bet. Personally I dont really like diesel engines but drive the OHs MJ on a regular basis. I would be averaging 50mpg with a mix of country runs and motorway jaunts and I wouldnt be sparing the horses. Over 2 days I could cover in excess of 350 miles. Diesel engines are tougher engines than petrol and wear the miles better. What are you options in extending the warranty with fiat

FIAT 500 II Abarth accessories for Fiats.

Saw this elsewhere & wondered if its the first step in Abarth being recognised for what it is a model within the fiat range and therefore you can buy & service your Abarth at any Fist dealer. I mean you can buy and service your M Division BMW at any dealer or an AMG at a Mercedes dealer a Renaultsport product at a Renault dealer or Quattro GMBH at any Audi dealer. All of the above brands are listed

FIAT 500 II The long drive home...

So Ive bought my 500 and picked it up the other day First stop was at a cafe for lunch - see picture - the cafe owner asked where Id come from and I said Id bought a car in Christchurch - she looked outside and said oh nice Ive got the same model Nissan mines the silver one. Within an hour or so Id pretty much decided that I really hate driving this car - the main problem is the bumpy and choppy ride

FIAT 500 II The most amazing 500 ever

I have driven this car and words cannot describe its performance it is 1.4 sport it has to be driven to be appreciated. It is advertised on ebay as item number 370141801404.

Quote fiat 500 LAD MOTORSPORT SPECIAL EDITION This ia a special edition fiat 500 developed by LAD Motorsport and is available now from only us at RAYRIGG MOTOR GROUP in MORECAMBE. The modifications we have carried out are in the true Abarth tradition and NOT by just bolting on a turbo The 1.4 Sport engine has been tuned with a reworked and gas flowed cylinder head a superb four branch manifold and

FIAT 500 II New 500L driven.

httpwww.autoexpress.co.ukcarrevi...fiat_500l.html httpwww.whatcar.comcar-news2013...-review263388 Doubtless there will be more news very soon... RobinPJ thanked for this post Super Uwe liked this post

Im sorry but I think fiat did better with the 2000-era Multipla than they have with this 500L. The Multipla was ageless and functional ugly (if you like) with a purpose and well-engineered. This 500L might be a good car (though its sounding like an underpowered slug) but why call it a 500... As the others said its to try and build on an image yet this doesnt look like a 500 and I think is bloody ugly

FIAT 500 II Fiat 500 1.2 Pop Spark Plugs

Hi My 1.2 Pop was last serviced at 13000 miles (and at 3000 miles before that) I am now at 25000 miles and so am not due a service for another 5000 miles or so. However I have realised that the spark plugs should be changed every 18000 miles. I dont believe that they were done on the 13000 mile service so am planning on just buying the spark plugs and getting a friend to fit them for me. Can anyone

engine to misfire which will quickly lead to expensive-to-fix damage not least to the catalytic converter. Ive always said that manufacturers service intervals should be interpreted with a large measure of common sense but IMO 18k is already pushing the limits of peak efficiency for conventional technology plugs. Interestingly the NGK website lists the exact same plugs for the 1.2 Euro4 Panda & fiats

engine to misfire which will quickly lead to expensive-to-fix damage not least to the catalytic converter. Ive always said that manufacturers service intervals should be interpreted with a large measure of common sense but IMO 18k is already pushing the limits of peak efficiency for conventional technology plugs. Interestingly the NGK website lists the exact same plugs for my 1.2 Euro4 Panda & fiats

FIAT 500 II 500 Twin Air 900cc coming

I was about to order a 1.2 Lounge but heard rumours of a new more efficient engine coming - a 900cc twin cylinder - possibly as early as July. Supposedly 15% less fuel and more power than a trad 8 valve 1.2. Can anyone confirm (a) how much of this might be true (b) any reports on how smooth (or not) the engine is and (c) price - whether it will replace the current 1.2 or be a higher priced alternative Thanks for any help

The 85hp is a turbo too just offering lower power than the 105. This engine will be lighter than the Diesel it comes in under the 100gkm threshold for tax which the fiat Diesel doesnt - why not when the same engine in the Corsa does - and petrol is cheaper than Diesel fuel so overall it will be cheaper to run and better handling with practically identical performance to the Diesel. In fact looking

FIAT UNO II how To Change Head Gasket

CAN ANYONE HELP I AM LOOKIN FOR INFO ON HOW TO CHANGE THE head GASKET ON A MK2 UNO TURBO IM A MECHANIC TO TRADE SO I KNOW THE BASICS BUT WAS WONDERING IF THEIR WAS ANY SPECIAL TOOLS NEEDED OR ANY TIPS PEOPLE COULD OFFER AS I HAVE NEVER DONE ONE ON A UNO TURBO PLZ HELP

this way once (belt not seated in all the teeth so not actually tensioned when it seemed to be). If you have an engine with the distributor mounted on the block note that there is no timing mark on the auxiliary shaft pulley - so youll have to pull the distributor out of the block and re-set the timing. A trap for mechanics from other makes with the camshaft and crankshaft timing marks aligned fiat

FIAT 500 II MPG nowhere near book on 58plate Diesel Help

Hi there In a desperate attempt to discover what is wrong with my lovely pearl and after being told what can be described as a load of crap by a dealer I am looking to all you fiat 500 experts for a little help. I bought my little chic number on the 3rd November 2008. The dealer said youll love this car they NEVER have any problems. Tempted fate didnt he I was so looking forward to the mega high mpg

The truth that dare not speak its name is that the fiat 1.3 Diesel isnt particularly economical. Everywhere you look you see people wondering why their car isnt delivering the same figures that other much larger engines give. For example the new Citroen C3 Picasso has a 1.6 Diesel giving 92bhp and 0-60mph in more than four seconds less than the similar and similarly priced fiat Qubo with the fiat 1.3

FIAT 500 II 500 Twinair potential issues at less than 100 miles...

Hello picked up new twinair this week changing from a 1.3 multijet 500C that weve had for past 3 years. It drove back from dealers ok and a couple of small trips this week but this afternoon started up and idle was very rough. If it had been a 4 cylinder I would have said it was only running on 2 or 3 cylinders. Being the twin Im reluctant to say it was running on one We drove off but along with rough

FIAT 500 II Stuck Clutch

Ive had my TA a week today and absolutely love it. However about 2 minutes from home this morning the clutch went down and didnt come back up. I coasted to the side of the road and killed the engine. I pulled the clutch back up with my hand and pushed it back down. It stuck again. I tried three or four times but the same thing kept happening. The clutch just felt dead. I called my girlfriend who drove

hundreds of times this afternoon and we were unable to replicate the problem. He checked the fluid and thats full. I appreciate the advice that it could be hooking on the mat but believe me thats the first thing that popped into my head. I was pulling and pushing the clutch with my hand this morning and I can guarantee the mat had no involvement Originally Posted by Parlpoe My two week old 500

FIAT 500 II I hated Ken not anymore

from 27 october it will be FREE to drive your fiat 1.2 into central london just thought everyone should know. httpnews.bbc.co.uk1hienglandlondon7240309.stm

Originally Posted by Jai not all fiat 1.2s......the panda puts out 133gkm....what im wondering is why the huge diff in what are essentially the same engines...... 500 1.2 has a 1.4 cylinder head gives it VVt and drops the emissions makes it euro 5 compliant.

FIAT 500 II Pop Lounge etc

Hi I went to my local dealer today and looked around the 500s. I noticed it said lounge on the inside of the door didnt really think much of it but then he said about it too lounge pop etc.... What are the actually differences between them I like the Yellow but cant find any second hand at the moment as dont want a brand new one. But also like the funk white with sport interior. Hmm

And to run insurance petrol anybody... I know 30mpg is great for a lot of people but for others it is really not great. I have just read the speck list for the Mito and it mentions the new Multiair cylinder heads - which will not be introduced at launch next month. With one of these on the Abarth motor the car might be a very different economy proposition. I would expect that there will be people trading down from two litre sporty cars who still want the speed and for whom 30 would feel economical. Not most 500 owners though. Traditional fiat buyers are looking for economy at all levels.

FIAT 500 II Body coloured door mirrors no longer standard on Lounge and Sport

Just been playing about on the fiat website and noticed that the door mirrors are plain black unless you opt for chrome. Im sure that body coloured mirrors were standard yesterday

Originally Posted by Ulpian I read a few days ago that they are now talking 2012 so who knows The Mito and GP are definitely getting the Multiar heads after September though which means the rest of fiats cars cant be far behind - maybe. There will be more leaks before Frankfurt Im sure. Well the 2 cylinders which are called Small Gasoline Engines (SGE for short) are totally new engines so its not just

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Torque settings conversion for C Head 899

Me again Done 899 to 30 pound instead of ns 30 what next can anyone work this out plz ..

as a precaution before the gasket blows. Go to each bolt in turn- Losen the bolt by eighth of a turn Re-torque to 55Nm I know this process is not specified in any technical manual but it was mandatory on the aluminum engines of the 60s so I see no reason for these engines not to need the same treatment. I fact I suspect it is the cause of gasket failure but in this age you could not tell your fiat

FIAT 500 II 500 Failure

Hi all My wifes 500 with only 9000 miles on clock died earlier in week. It has been a nightmare since cambelt jumped 5 teeth earlier in year with only 4000 miles on clock. Since then problems starting cutting out and sounding like a diesel. Finally this week result head has blown so now maybe fiat Uk will give me a new engine ( which I asked for 4 months ago). However main dealers seem reluctant to admit cambelt jumping is cause of problem your comments and advice welcome.

it after changing the valves (very poor show). You say 2 bent rods... are you refering to the con rods The only time rods will bend really is under very bad detonation and hydro-locking which i suppose could happen from drawing a lot of coolant into the cylinder through the head gasket but it unlikely. Im sort of feeling were only getting half the story here There is very little reason why fiat

it after changing the valves (very poor show). You say 2 bent rods... are you refering to the con rods The only time rods will bend really is under very bad detonation and hydro-locking which i suppose could happen from drawing a lot of coolant into the cylinder through the head gasket but it unlikely. Im sort of feeling were only getting half the story here There is very little reason why fiat

FIAT 500 II Decided to replace my 500 after less than a year

Ive battled on with my 500 since April but Ive decided that the sun is going down on it In hindsight I probably should have bought a white 1.2 Dualogic Lounge if only such a rare specification had been available in NZ (only the 1.4 and the MultiJet diesel are sold here cant get the TwinAir). Youll probably remember that I didnt really like my 500 from the start. The plain-Jane appearance (most of the

Originally Posted by cheekylittlescamp You really will have to post some pictures of that customised Princess I have a real soft spot for British Leyland cars of the 70s. Probably goes to explain why I get on so well with fiats these days myself The Princess wasnt the worst car they made The compromise imposed on the styling wasnt nearly as bad as for the Allegro. These were perhaps the first BL cars

completely missed because peak power was at 4900RPM) and dreadful noise vibration and harshness (think it might have been worse than the old pushrod B). Prone to oil leaks too from the silicone-sealed cam cover that retained the camshaft. Single SU carburettor was another throwback to the past but it was what got me sold on the idea because it was a lot more reliable than the Weber 32DMTR on the fiat

completely missed because peak power was at 4900RPM) and dreadful noise vibration and harshness (think it might have been worse than the old pushrod B). Prone to oil leaks too from the silicone-sealed cam cover that retained the camshaft. Single SU carburettor was another throwback to the past but it was what got me sold on the idea because it was a lot more reliable than the Weber 32DMTR on the fiat

FIAT 500 II Haynes Manual for 500 & Panda in the shops April 2012

I was in Halfords the other day and noticed that a Haynes Manual for the 500 is due out. I e-mailed Haynes and a nice lady called Amy confirmed that they are in the process of producing a manual for the fiat 500 & PANDA (04-12) 53 TO 61 (manual no 5558) and it should be available in April of this year. Looks like Ill finally find out the torque settings for my rear wheel bearings 123barney liked this post

Originally Posted by jrkitching Let me hazard a guess... ...if proxy algnment is required take the car to a fiat franchised dealer for this work to be carried out... and ...testing the airflow meter requires tools and equipment not normally available to the home mechanic this work should be entrusted to a fiat franchised dealer... Haynes manuals are perhaps much easier to write that in the old days

FIAT 500 II Spark Plugs

Hello There is no way I am ever keeping the same spark plugs more than 10k if they are of the standard spec. I will from now on completely ignore fiats recommendation of 18k changes. This is how they look after 17k. No wonder my car felt a bit sick Attached Thumbnails   __________________ fiat Forum Useful Links Donate to FF    Buy FF Merchandise    Classifieds    FF Insurance

Originally Posted by ahmett Hello There is no way I am ever keeping the same spark plugs more than 10k if they are of the standard spec. I will from now on completely ignore fiats recommendation of 18k changes. This is how they look after 17k. No wonder my car felt a bit sick After reading some of the thread that JR provided a link Ive done a bit more research... Bosch plugs have a nickel which is

FIAT BRAVA 182 new fiat 500 front door handles fit bravo brava merea

yep its official i have bought some handles for the new fiat 500 and tried them in the bravo and they fit like a glove with only a couple of mods i havnt got any pics uploaded yet but will soon on how to modify them but basicaly you either modyfy the bends in the opening rod and press it in the other way and chop the counter weight in 2 maintaining a bit of weight in it or leve the rod and completly

Originally Posted by kick ass chome can you paint them becouse i think in the heat they will chip off allso do you recone they fit a matalic silver its a pitty you didnt do a step by step guy like fiatboo that would be awsome i wonder how much will it cost to chrome the head of me car probably cost a fortune to chrome a cylinder head the handles could probably be painted as they are plastic but the

FIAT 500 II 103hp TA engine differences

... Up late perusing through ePER and spotted a couple of things that jump out at me when comparing the 85hp TA engine in the 500 to the 500Ls 103hp unit (Yes 103hp - its marked as a 77Kw engine) Theres a different turbo A different head casting A different camshaft (dont forget the exhaust valves are conventionally actuated so more than likely differing exhaust liftduration) A different ECU (obviously)

to road going cars) its just not necessary. With the 1.4 there is no torque down low so you need to go high in the rev range before changing gears in order to not lose out after changing the gear to stay in the sweet spot of the engine. As a result you sometimes need to take it to 7000 rpm which is in the red line (the red line is the same as other models which means it isnt really the red line fiat

more than others. Often an engines oil consumption can be determined by its running in method - the technique of putting and engine under high load (and mid to high speed to ensure the bearings arent unduly loaded) for short periods of time followed by equivalent periods of coasting to allow the piston rings to cool generally works very well. Generally how did you drive the car in those first 500-100

FIAT 500 II too many options........

Have (after a few issues) ordered a 1.2 lounge in red. Now have always had a few reservations about the blackwhite cheque seats. I know for example they look great on a cha cha & black 500 but am not too covinced about the seat & style for our car. My favourite style seat is on the pop but have been doing a bit of home work and the sport standard style seat seems to look more to our liking. So I have

Quote PS As far as I know ALL the 500 models have underseat storage pop lounge & sport. Im sure you are right. But Ill wait and take a look. Now we seem to be able to have the enhanced audio system which was advertised but actually unavailable until very recently - apparently. I sat in one car with the sunroof and found my head crushed against the edge of the headlining. The skydome or whatever its

FIAT 500 II I asked my dealer about the HG problem on the 1.3s

And he says that (specifically with mine) my car left the factory not having resolved the HG problem but that it wasnt a huge operation as he says that they do not have to remove the actual head Gasket but rather replace an ( and I quote) ..an outlet valve pipe no more than a couple of inches long at the back of the engine....somewhere and that its not a serious op at all and can be done very easily

I think what Im worried about is the possibility that the work carried out will be shoddy. Im no tech but I do know that in order to effectively replace a headgasket you have to remove the cylinder head (which means disconnecting EVERYTHING that leads to it) then you have to peel off the flimsy gasket replace it with MACHINE PRECISION with another flimsy gasket and then replace the head with the EXACT

FIAT 500 II Oil pressure problem - ecu software problem

Anyone had problems with car detecting low oil pressure but not the sensorswitch. Ive got an 08 plate 500 1.3 diesel which flags up low oil pressure ... So far Ive proved that there is plenty oil pressure ... The switch goes to ground when the engine is stopped (as normal) and goes open the second the engine is running ( greyblue wire goes high - as the switch is open) Traced it right back to the ecu

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 I cant believe this 500 punds to fix

Hello all I hope everone is good. It has been a while since I have posted here. I did something stupid I went on the motoway with no breakdown cover opps and you guessed it my car over heated and broke down. I got a recovery company to come and get me. In total it costed 130 to take me only a couple of miles GRRRR.Ive learnt my lesson and I will be getting cover for the future. The damage So I took

Hello all Ok I have just come back from the mechanics and asked for the problem in detail and basically he said that the cylinder head gasket is blown. He said he would do it for a total of 450 now because I paid for the radiator hose top. I am going to call around a few garages and see what kind of prices they say. If all are near 500 pounds then I think I might just have to sell it. When I drove

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