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FIAT PANDA Panda 100HP and 500 sport gearboxes

Hi guys and gals Does anyone know if the 500 Sport 1.4 16v and the Panda 100HP gearboxes are the same at all Just going back to my 3rd gear problem as I have spotted a few 500 1.4 16v gearboxes on ebay i know the engines are the same is everything else the same Thanks guys Giuseppe

as far as my reliable source tells me yes they do. might be worth checking part numbers on eper though

Stilos have different part numbers. OK let me clarify. They all have the same actual forward gears and diffs. There have been small improvements or like-for-like changes with other parts like synchronisers and bearings. In the case of the Stilo boxes they changed the reverse gear which also meant a changed main shaft to mesh with it but no other parts of the shaft were changed. When comparing a fiat

Hi people Update 500 Sport and Panda 100HP gearboxes are the exactly the same fitted mine last week drives like new again and had a new clutch put in at same time so thats a result sorry to drag up again but just in case anyone wondered. Giuseppe LeanMeanRacing thanked for this post Most Easterly Pandas liked this post

Originally Posted by gran_turismo4 Hi people Update 500 Sport and Panda 100HP gearboxes are the exactly the same fitted mine last week drives like new again and had a new clutch put in at same time so thats a result sorry to drag up again but just in case anyone wondered. Giuseppe Thanks good info.

if you dont wait long enough for the gearbox to spin down with the clutch depressed. It is not possible to make a crunch noise whilst going into any gear whilst the car is staionary and the clutch has been depressed for 5 seconds. Only a few cars have syncro on reverse which can make reverse changes quicker and smoother. Yeah. The fact that the gear lever is in the same place on the Panda and 500

have significantly worse changes when cold. The changing mech (cables) is almost identical on both these cars too. The 5 and 6 speed versions of any of the models discussed are the same box known as a C514. I dont think it is the most refined box on the change as some out there in this age of luxury mototring. I dont think it is quite that simple. I own a 6 speed Panda have driven a 5 speed 500

Originally Posted by Advanced Driver I dont think it is quite that simple. I own a 6 speed Panda have driven a 5 speed 500 and a 5 speed GP (is that the same box) The gearboxes were all very different no doubt about it. I do wonder how much was because of the model and how much was because of inconsistent build quality. The only thing they had in common was their notchyness but some were worse than

Originally Posted by Advanced Driver If you look at my post youll notice that I was talking about an i10 not a fiat I was starting to think that my gearbox must definately be faulty but it sounds like others dont like the boxes either. I really dont know whether I want to get another fiat gearbox. My gearbox is very different to the one in the 500 that I drove no doubt about it. I dont doubt that they

so I would love someones opinion who has actually owned and driven this car as a daily driver. Also expenses. How is it on fuel Urban vs. highway driving I predominantly do short drives to work and around town but having the golfs ability on the highways is a plus. My problem is that I really want this car but I feel that I would be downgrading from the golf while still paying more for the fiat.

The R56 Cooper S for example has a dreadful reputation for reliability - it has an amazing appetite for cam chains. So whilst the fluff on the carpets might be deeper the plastics a bit heavier and the doors shut with a slightly heavier thunk - you will find the important bits of the car are more adept at destroying themselves. I know what Id prefer. Bgunn you are right the rubbish parts of the fiat

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S III 140 w140 and fiat 500

this is 5000 ccm against 500 ccm. I could not resist to take a photo.

the little midget streets in the Italian town i was in a Merc 140 wouldnt fit & if someone descided to come out of his front door you would clean them up driving passt if they where drunk or something but in Italy they know that since there is only a half a meter or less of pedestrian stripdepends wich town when you open your front door you would have to look left & right for traffic. After the fiat

fiat say they can get 135 bhp from the Twinair easily. But of course there are many internal differences. The Ford engine has three cylinders and seems to offer power plus economy possibly more than the Twinair but Id like to know the real figures. Id like a comparison with something like the new 500L Twinair 105 and the Ford B Max Ecoboost. And of course fiat has improved Twinairs in the pipeline

FIAT 500 II Info on the forthcoming American Abarth 500 per Motor Trend

Just received the June issue of Motor Trend. Small article on page 69 concerning the Spring 2012 intro of the Abarth 500 in the USA (and assume the rest of the Americas). Assuming they arent making it up they write that the Abarth will make roughly 160 HP & 160 pounds-feet of torque (assume SAE vice Metric). In addition they mention a stiffer suspension (Duh) as well as the addition of a 6-speed manual

has available. They are Okay but Ill take a manual. I dont have to commute in heavy traffic everyday anymore so Ill keep clutch if at all possible. For trips we use our 2003 Lexus LS430 w145k on the clock. It does low 20 mph on the highway at 85 so thats fine. Sucks on the mountain roads but a real pleasure on a 4 or 6 lane limited access freeway. To the best of my knowledge the Abarth will be a fiat

FIAT 500 II 595 and 500 driven back to back

Hi fiatForum Members While I have been reading this forum for a few weeks this is my first post. I just test drove a 595 Competizione and a base 500 Abarth back to back. I cannot find any reviews of the 595s online so perhaps this will help anyone looking at these models and also elicit some feedback. I wanted to test drive a Turismo but my local dealer did not have one to test drive and of course

- it sounds like the MTA has really been stuffed up by including a creep feature. Ive had three Selespeeds (156 Stilo Abarth and the 500s Dualogic) and none of them have ever moved off slowly by themselves. I expect its to make it feel more like an automatic but in a car like that Id prefer the Dualogics programming... -Alex I think the fashion is now dual clutch gearboxes. When i asked the fiat

FIAT 500 II How to drive dual logic correctly

This may seem like a silly question but I would like some clarification before I or my missus do some damage. When driving the dual logic do you A) completely lift off the accelerator when it is changing gears B) only lift off a little until it has completed the gear change C) leave your foot in the same position leaving pressure on the accelerator The smoothest method is B but I have heard that in

dual logic do you A) completely lift off the accelerator when it is changing gears B) only lift off a little until it has completed the gear change C) leave your foot in the same position leaving pressure on the accelerator The smoothest method is B but I have heard that in other cars this reduces fluid pressure thus increasing clutch wear. Is this true for the 500 I have asked the salesmen at fiat

FIAT 500 II Fiat 500 Brochure

Hi Guys I got a question for you Does anybody have from the UK dealer had one of the nice new 500 Brochure yes the one with the sticker and with all the models and specs I aksed my dealer for one and they did not have any brochure i contacted fiat for a 500 brochure and after a month Im still waiting the only one i managed to get my hands on is a loosy poster ( thats the way my dealer called it) that

relegated to a few pages at the back. I couldnt believe it when I got home and settled down to go through it when I was in the process of ordering my 500. No decent information specification or illustrations of the engines gearboxes suspension system whatsoever. Nothing about ESP ASR ABS. In fact I had to go to the Internet and write-ups in the motoring press to get a few crumbs of information. fiat

FIAT 500 II Re-Mapping of 1.3 Multijet

Took the plunge yesterday and ordered a 1.3MJ Sport (well under threat of divorce if I didnt). Has anyone had one of these re-mapped yet. The claimed gains (25bhp and 55Nm) are pretty significant and must make for a much quicker car. Be interested to hear from anyonewho has had this done. Mike

Just to add my two penny worth here (as I started this thread). I dont know much about fiats but I do know plenty about VW Group cars - and of course there is a massive market in re-mapping VAG diesels. Some of the re-mapping that the VW engines take gives massive increases in torque and I dont hear about people having to change gearboxes to handle all that extra power Larger increases in torque DO

FIAT 500 II Abarth Apartheid must end

Silly title I know.... But Ive been thinking of late that the Abarth 500 section and the 500 section should become one as they used to be The Abarth 500 section front page has almost 3 months worth of threads on it Perhaps I remember things wrongly but I seem to remember that the Abarth section only really became separate because of one rather militant Abarth owner who seemed to have a chip on his

Originally Posted by ChrisUK Its a fiat if they put engine etc in it else where makes no difference its still fiat Engines gearboxes etc. And yes IIRC we didnt want to split up the sections anyway. Thats like saying a fiat Coupe 20VT is a Ferrari because it was built in the Ferrari factory. [broken record mode]I still think its a spectacular fail to have separated the brands (by fiat not on the forum)

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

In the old days they were very car-specific and went into considerably more technical detail than the current set. IIRC my old Austin 1100 manual gave full instructions for stripping down & rebuilding the gearbox - later ones just have a comment to the effect that rebuilding a gearbox isnt a practical proposition for the home mechanic. I know what you mean and completely agree... The Haynes 1973 fiat

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