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FIAT 500 II TwinAir oil and filter change

So Im planning to change the oil and filter on my TwinAir when it gets to 3000 miles just to help with the running-in process. Does anyone have any photos diagrams of the job Otherwise Ill have to wait for Mr Haynes Illustrated Book of Lies to come out in April

Originally Posted by jrkitching ...Actually they just might be able to - at least the first time. Both my 500 & Panda left the factory with a different oil filter to the OEM part used by the main dealer network for servicing. ChrisSouls kindly ran the part number of the original filter through the computer & whilst its recognised by the system as a genuine fiat part its not orderable by the dealer

FIAT 500 II Quick Query about Oil for the Multijet

Hi My oild light quickly flashed on on the drive to work this morning. Hopefully it was just because of the cold weather. Can anyone tell me what the recommended oil is for the 500 1.3 Multijet is I have left my service book at home. Cheers.

ACEA C rating stuff. This info gives some info on the standards httpwww.acea.beimagesuploadspu..._LD_and_HD.pdf Please note Im not trying to be a know it all and Im sure someone on here will tell me Im talking rubbish. I looked in the 500 book and asked the dealer the day I collected mine for some top up oil and they said theyd just use the normal oil they use for all diesels (its a Saab Citroen fiat

ACEA C rating stuff. This info gives some info on the standards httpwww.acea.beimagesuploadspu..._LD_and_HD.pdf Please note Im not trying to be a know it all and Im sure someone on here will tell me Im talking rubbish. I looked in the 500 book and asked the dealer the day I collected mine for some top up oil and they said theyd just use the normal oil they use for all diesels (its a Saab Citroen fiat

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FIAT 500 II dualogic oil change

Hi all Im from Macau Id got a fiat 500 1.4 Lounge w dualogic. Since there is no dealer in Macau I had to bought this car fm Hong Kong dealer. I want to ask what type of transmission oil is used in the dualogic transmisssion gearbox any recommended The Hong Kong dealer had sent Tutela CS speed automatic transmission fluid to me. Anyone know if this is the correct fluid for the gear box since I find

Thanks Sergio Id heard that for a complete changing procedure of transmission oil I will need TUTELA CAR TECHNYX 75W85 (MT oil) for the GEAR BOX while the TUTELA CAR CS SPEED (AT oil) is ONLY for the dualogic hydralic system just like the transmission oil changing in Alfas selespeed. Is this true Since fiat 500 is very new in Macau (there are only total of 6 running in the street) and we do not have

The actual gearbox is a manual transmission you need the 75w85 in the gearbox not Auto trans fluid yes it only takes a small amount of oil. The other oil is for the actuating system.

FIAT 500 II Rising Oil Level

Any reasons why my oil level might be rising 1.3 diesel - 75

by stalling them or by stuffing the air intake with rags (which few people are willing to do against a raging engine). Mazda strongly advises in the owner&8217s handbook to check the oil level regularly and if it rises to the &8216X&8217 mark get your car to the dealer for a check and an oil change. It&8217s a common problem with the Mazda6 2.0 diesels with DPFs with Subaru Legacy diesels with fiat

Originally Posted by RobW urban myth - this is no longer the case Rare but it does happen if the oil level is massively over-filled. We had a badly maintained (non-DPF) Doblo dragged in which had reached 8k rpm after its owner had just topped-up the oil. Thing is during a regeneration some fuel will enter the sump. Over time and numerous regens the oil level will rise slightly (which is why fiat recommend

check the crankcase ventilation system there will probably be a control or check valve worst case is damaged oil control rings on pistons luca0409 liked this post

FIAT 500 II UNABLE to reset oil light

Having had my fiat 500 serviced 6months ago my oil light began to flash (change engine oil) I took it to the garage and he said the oil looked fine and to just reset the light. I have tried and tried to reset the light pumping the gas pedal as informed by so many people but to no avail. The oil level is fine oil is a little gritty but nothing more. Can anyone help Thanks

Originally Posted by hp7 Having had my fiat 500 serviced 6months ago my oil light began to flash (change engine oil) I took it to the garage and he said the oil looked fine and to just reset the light. I have tried and tried to reset the light pumping the gas pedal as informed by so many people but to no avail. The oil level is fine oil is a little gritty but nothing more. Can anyone help Thanks Firstly

Originally Posted by jrkitching Firstly noticing youre new here welcome to the forum . Im assuming youve got a diesel car. The advice you have been given by your garage is incorrect. The oil degrades in service and this degradation is monitored by software in the cars computer systems taking account of (amongst other things) DPF regenerations (which can dilute the oil with raw fuel). The oil doesnt

FIAT 500 II TwinAir oil minmax

Ive looked through the manual searched this forum and Googled but I still cant figure out where the minmax lines are on a TwinAir dipstick Is it the pinched area about 3cm at the bottom of the stick Many thanks in advance nemchenk

Originally Posted by 306maxi The handbook says a 5w40 ACEA 3 compliant oil. If youve chucked just any 5w40 oil in there I think youre liable to have problems just ask Grimwau. ACEA A3 B4 so should be all good. I popped into my Local Friendly Parts Shop where I get all the oils for the Landy and he used his system to look up the 500 via its registration

Originally Posted by nemchenk ACEA A3 B4 so should be all good. I popped into my Local Friendly Parts Shop where I get all the oils for the Landy and he used his system to look up the 500 via its registration That oil from a fiat perspective would not be correct. Given that youve a TA that would be under manufacturers warranty and if it was my car I would change it with hesitation. I would go as far

FIAT 500 II Crankcase breathers and oil catchers

On another thread on inductions (primarily for a 1.4 - there is a few of us left out there ) I discovered that the best performing induction setup was to fit a GSR (I would chance it) - but these are no longer available . A lot of the 100hp drivers are now making their own of the same design. By making one of your own it could be simplified by using a crankcase breather. I did eventually find the steps

to OEMs for approval however some older specs are easily achieved and can be done so with the cheapest of mineral oils. Newer specifications are always more up to date and better qualityperformance than the older ones. Some of the older OEM specifications are listed here and depending on the performance level of your car are best ignored if you are looking for a quality high performance oil VW - 500.00

FIAT 500 II Red flashing oil light

Hi guys I know weve had a couple of threads on this already but just after a bit of advice. Driving home from work today and the flashing oil light came on. The car is a 500 1.3MJ derv. Its on a 58 plate and was serviced at 6820 as a yearly service back in Nov 09. The car has just about on 8200 miles now. I have put about 1250 miles on it in the last few weeks as Ive been borrowing the car from my

Originally Posted by JamesL I read somewhere that when the DPF regenerates it uses diesel from the tank - this then cycles into the engine. Could this be my problem That too many regenerations have occured and so diluted the engine oil to that high level Hence the light as the quality will be low sounds as if counter wasnt reset (nothing unusual there) however my advice is not to drive it unless you have too. make sure it goes to a dealer who is familiar with this system.

Originally Posted by donfiftyseven . These dealers do not understand the cars and are a danger to fiat owners. I will find a specialist who can understand what is going on next time. Sorry but that simply is not true dealer techs are subject to extensive training. The fault more likely lies in not speaking to or being allowed the DET. Sadly however there are less good DETs these days and many have

have done their job and even if the oil needs changing frequently I dont think its fair to blame them (providing theyve used the correct oil etc). I guess if the report shows that counter wasnt reset at the last service then they should be providing the oil change FOC. Does that sound reasonable Only thing is they cant fit the car in until next wednesday and seem to think its reasonable to do 500

The quantity of oil on your dipstick suggests that the regen is happening OK. The light doesnt come on during a normal regen it comes on during an emeergency one where you cant shut down until complete. The latest update also scrolls a message across the dash display warning you not to shut down. Regens only happen when the exhaust is hot enough to support it. Sitting in traffic is unlikely to make

FIAT 500 II Oil Change

Hello all. After a bit of advice. Have recently bought a 1.2 lounge and as I understand it the service interval is 12 months18k miles. I will be covering about that mileage in any one year so will obviously be having a service every 12 months. My query is that seems a rather long time to go without changing the oil. Will my warranty be affected if I have my oil changed at 6 months by a local garage

Originally Posted by 306maxi And just to prove just how great fiat dealers are....... It would appear that Total Quartz 9000 5w40 does not meet the ACEA C3 standard httpwww.performanceoilstore.comi...ce%20Chart.pdf I would encourage you NOT to use any of the oil that theyve provided you. httpwww.performanceoilstore.comi...ce%20Chart.pdf Total dont do a 5w40 with an ACEA C3 rating. Quote ACEA This is

Originally Posted by 306maxi httpwww.performanceoilstore.comi...ce%20Chart.pdf Total dont do a 5w40 with an ACEA C3 rating. httpwww.driverstechnology.co.ukoils.htm I wonder how many feckless dealers will give people the wrong oil for the twinair and cause problems with the multiair system....... Maxi is there a website that says which oils match the rating

FIAT 500 II change engine oil message and red oil light flashing on the dash...

can i change the oilfilter on the 500 my self and will the message go away or will i have to get a fiat dealer to do it and re set the message flashing oil light cheers...

Originally Posted by RobW red flashing light means needs immediate action Rob Normally that is the case but the flashing oil warning light and accompanying message is the fiat way of saying the oil needs changing ASAP. In my case I am having mine done on Saturday which will be 8 days after the warning appeared. Like you I wanted it one straight away but the dealership originally didnt have any appointments

FIAT 500 II Just had to put in over half a litre of oil...

In my 1.2 sport with just over 10K on the clock. Might be worth a check folks (Im sure most people do) Also noticed my coolant level is also just over Min mark when cold this is the second time Ive noticed it. Its already been in the garage for this and all they did was top it up and said nothing. Ill be phoning them in Monday for them to check it again. anyone else have coolant level issues

12 litre of oil for 10000 miles on a front wheel drive car isnt a lot nowadays some makes out there need that amount nearly every month - and the manufacturers reckon thats well within acceptable consumption. (I wish I could remember which make it was though - damn this getting old) Coolant perhaps is more problematical - this is only my opinion but I wouldnt expect to top that up very often as modern systems are sealed. However it may be a 500 thing but members who own one will give you first-hand answers. WB.

FIAT 500 II Oil pressure warning light

I have a 2012 500 sport and Ive noticed every time I slow down or put my clutch in the oil pressure sensor will go on and then turn off quickly. What is the cause of this

Originally Posted by jrkitching This needs checking out urgently. Id avoid using the car until youve ascertained the cause. Itd be helpful if you could come back & let us know what the dealer says the problem is. Also considering the fact that this is an American 500 oil pressure is even more critical as they have the multiair system to think about. varesecrazy liked this post

FIAT 500 II Checkingchanging dualogic gbox oil

Hi Im new on here having joined to hopefully get guidance on how I can checktop upchange the oil in the dualogic box. I posted this enquiry on the Panda thread (as that is what I have) but gather this side of the forum is more active and the gearbox is the same. The car is now 6 yrs old 34k miles and looking at the service history (main dealer) I can see no reference to it being changed. The gear

Originally Posted by Pandaconvert Hi Im new on here having joined to hopefully get guidance on how I can checktop upchange the oil in the dualogic box. I posted this enquiry on the Panda thread (as that is what I have) but gather this side of the forum is more active and the gearbox is the same. The car is now 6 yrs old 34k miles and looking at the service history (main dealer) I can see no reference

FIAT 500 II Requesting information concerning DIY oil changes

Hello all I am desperately anticipating the arrival of the fiat 500 here in the US.I am very interested in learning how to do the oil change proceedure.Would there by any chance be a tutorial type of video in existence that would instruct me as to the tools needed to do the job and a listing of the available recommended filtersAny commentary as to personal experience would be greatly appreciated.This may serve us all well as a sticky.

There would be two reasons to change your oil more frequently than what is recommended by the manufacturer of your car.Firstearly on in the engines life the purpose would be to remove the break in diatrus of the system.That would be the fine shavings that come about from the normal break-in of the engine.Secondlyas a result of normal functioning of the engine which will produce a build up of carbon

FIAT 500 II oil light flashing

The oil light is flashing and a message on the screen to change the engine oil thats fine but it was only changed 4800 miles ago i dont do short trips in it i do about 30 miles motorway driving everyday. This cant be right can it Help please.

Originally Posted by jamie 5 sport oil level is fine and yes the oil was changed on the service at 10000miles. Jaimie the point that is trying to be made here to help you is that although the oil was changed the ECU has no way of knowing this unless the tech ALSO reset the degredation counter using the examiner. It might possibly be that this was overlooked and just the service schedule reset instead

FIAT 500 II Oil light and yellow light

AS Ive said before my little oyster doesnt like this cold weather and I think she wishes was july in Italy she doesnt start first time in this weather. So Ive started doing what you all suggested and turning ignition a bit waiting til lights go out (apart from handbrake light) and then turning off and on again and she starts usually first time. However today when I did that the engine oil light (a

oil an engine lights supposed to be on till engine starts arnt they wont be no oil presure till it starts and system wont know if engine is ok till it starts

Originally Posted by Heidi I tried that but then it wont go any further i put at MAR and then i cant seem to turn it any more unless I turn it back and then forward again. Will ask hubbie for a lesson and failing that ill take a trip to the dealer and ask them to show me. thanks. I think you must be a little heavy handed well thats what your hubby told me. When turning the key to MAR you must do so

FIAT 500 II Oil Pressure warning light

Yesterday and today I have had a beep when going round a tight roundabout anf the warning oil pressure stop engine now warning light on my 1.4 sport. Obviously in traffic you cant just jam on the brakes and stop the engine so I left the roundabout and warning beeps and lights go off. I checked the oil this morning before getting car out of the garage and it appears to have exactly the same amount in

Zanes I do understand the difference but as the car appears to have a sustained warning system IE any other warning is constant until the problem is cleared I dont think this is the problem. Its a faulty sensor and not an engine killing problem. Oh and I dont think they would let this warning be there for a split second then go off now that would be watchdog worthy. I have seen this before on my old

Like I said its your car. Do whatever you want with it. Obviously the engineers that designed the oil pressure warning system did it for a quick laugh and the STOP ENGINE NOW along with the warning in the handbook was the punchline.

FIAT 500 II extinguishing Change engine oil light

Hi All Can anyone please advise me My change oil light has just illuminated on my fiat 500 Multijet diesels instrument panel. I can change the oil and filter easily myself and have an ELM 327 interface and the free version of fiatecuscan 3.6 Will this free version allow me to switch the Change oil light off Thanks for any thoughts. Im sure some of you must have tried this combination or would know any way. Simonosteopath

Sorry Jason posted my reply then went on holiday Silly move. What I was thinking along the lines of was ..... Although you dont have a diesel you could probably follow the menu system through (without being hooked up to the car obviously) to see if eventually a reset option is offered. I have only just downloaded the trial software and probably havnt got your familiarity with the system to help Simon

FIAT 500 II What Oil Should I use

I am going to check the oil level in my 1.2 Lounge at weekend what oil should I be putting in

Originally Posted by 306maxi Well its one of those things that people will disagree with but basically tap water will reduce the effectiveness of the anti-freeze as well as leaving deposits in your cooling system and corroding it as well . But I thought this was the reason to mix it at the correct ratio To have the best anti freeze boil over and anti-rust properties

FIAT 500 II Reset Change Oil Warning Light

Hello all My 08 MJD started flashing at me yesterday requesting an oil change so I bought a new filter and some Mobil 1 ESP 5W30 and changed it today. The problem is the ECU doesnt know Ive done this so its still flashing at me Will I need to take this to a local fiat dealership or can any garage with decent diagnostic equipment reset it

Yesterday was the first time that I really got to compare the advances of a T-jet engine against an older turbo charged engine. Getting an average 40mpg despite some of the bursts of acceralation was amazing. The new Twin Air would be in a different time zone to the simple 1.2 engine. If a software update was made that allowed the Twin Air to run incorrectly it could have more serious consquences than

FIAT 500 II 500 now in the top ten

The 500 is now the UKs tenth best selling car. Good news but we dont want them to be too common as it were. httpwww.italiaspeed.com

Originally Posted by mightydquinn hi maxi Caps lock off and i promise to read the hand book. Any more things that anoy you. let me kno. Dave Q We could do without yet another post containing anyall of the following sentiments OMG Im going to kill myselfthe dealerfiatthe universeetc because my car is 46812161820 weeks away and the dealer initially indicated that my car was only 26810 days away and oh

Originally Posted by jnoiles We could do without yet another post containing anyall of the following sentiments OMG Im going to kill myselfthe dealerfiatthe universeetc because my car is 46812161820 weeks away and the dealer initially indicated that my car was only 26810 days away and oh why oh why didnt I just pick one in the system even though that might not be fair to someone else and can the dealers

Originally Posted by jnoiles We could do without yet another post containing anyall of the following sentiments OMG Im going to kill myselfthe dealerfiatthe universeetc because my car is 46812161820 weeks away and the dealer initially indicated that my car was only 26810 days away and oh why oh why didnt I just pick one in the system even though that might not be fair to someone else and can the dealers

Originally Posted by mightydquinn hi maxi Caps lock off and i promise to read the hand book. Any more things that anoy you. let me kno. Dave Q Originally Posted by jnoiles We could do without yet another post containing anyall of the following sentiments OMG Im going to kill myselfthe dealerfiatthe universeetc because my car is 46812161820 weeks away and the dealer initially indicated that my car was

FIAT 500 II Useful info thread.

In here you will find useful information about the 500 from the ordering and delivery codes your dealer uses to common issuesproblems and service costs etc. STATUS ORDERING CODES As pointed out in another thread we had no actual list of the status codes used by fiat describing the progress of cars through the factory in Poland. Which seems crazy seeing as it comes up so often. So a quick guide. Once

DPFs and oil changes and servicing for the Diesel The main issue with the DPF system used by fiat and many other manufacturers is that the filter is purged by injecting extra fuel into the combustion chamber which increases the temperature of the gases flowing through the exhaust and burns the particulates out. By injecting the extra fuel into the cylinder a small amount will bypass the rings and make

FIAT 500 II Twinair - Running in

Collect my 500C twinair later this week - been waiting for the 2 cylinder to arrive for a while. Love the noise and living in London will benefit from the congestion charge exemption - a lot Ill have to live with the economy tho Quick question for you learned folks here tho The dealers rather throw away advice of just boot it straightaway didnt fill me with confidence .. Any specific running in advice for the first few hundred miles or is the dealer correct .....

Originally Posted by f3ktony Im happy to stick to the manufacturers recommendations if the first oil change is at 18000 miles or 1 year then thatll do for me. 18000 miles sounds a lot when for instant my previous 306 Turbo D wanted a change every 6000. If something was to go wrong and fiat decided that because you had not kept to their recommendations maybe they could play funny with a warranty claim.

Originally Posted by jrkitching It not only sounds a lot it is a lot. Your own reference source actually recommends changing the oil every 5000 miles whatever the car manufacturer thinks httpwww.honestjohn.co.ukfaqoil-changes Ive said this before but fiats servicing schedule is designed to get the car through the warranty period without major problems - additional andor more frequent servicing will

After having my own brake fluid changed at 8K miles but with the car 2.5 years old - OK I concede - it should have been changed. BUT if a car is less than 2 years e.g. March 2010 I would be inclined to skip it if it was going to save me an hours labour (some are quoting 30 minutes). I am also a little bit dubious as to how much new fluid is pumped through the system. At least with a filter change you can see the old filters and you know that its been done. If I was getting new brake fluid I would buy it as close to the time of it being done so that I could maximise its 3 year shelf life. Re the brake fluid change the book does say at 36K or every 2 years . How many 500s sold that are 2 years old and are being sold off the forecourt and a claimed full service history actually have the brake fluid changed - practically none here. I would now agree with buying all the bits from a reputable supplier (you can get discount from the FF) unless there are VAT benefits e.g. a lower rate than buying it directly yourself. At least you will know which oil has been put in your engine so that if you need to top up before the next service it is with the same oil. Personally I like to use the recommended fiat oil Selenia KPE 5W40.

FIAT 500 II Is my diesel overfueling

I posted a few weeks ago that the Injection system Failure light had come on (twice) although after turning off and restarting a few times the light went out again. I rang the dealer and was told that if it happened again to take it in but otherwise just leave it until the next service then they would check the stored fault code and go from there. The car has been running OK but the last two fill ups

FIAT 500 II Noob From USA

Johnny come lately here... bought a 2012 500 Pop earlier this year and have been enjoying the heck out of it. I look forward to joining into the fray here and seeing what kind of knowledge or lack thereof can be gleaned from visiting your site.

the MA with the turbo as in our Punto Evo or newer Alfas. In relation to Mobile I wouldnt be a fan of them (anymore) and would suggest looking at Amsoil which does a Class IV oil and it can be bought at a respectable price in the US. It has faired much better in the wear tests whilst the M1 appears to have come out poorly. There are no compatable Class V Ester oils since the oil needed for the fiat

FIAT 500 II Fiat 500 TwinAir unusual sounds

Hi I own a three month old TwinAir Lounge (85) and its a fun little car for sure but I have a couple of questions about the sound it makes in certain conditions. Im more curious than worried about both of these things because all engines make unique side noises. Firstly I get a high pitched whine after a cold start (under 5C). Sometimes I get it for a second right after it starts but usually I have

happening at idle and under light revving whenever the engine isnt fully warm (temp at middle) - or basically when it idles at over 900 rpm. Half warm it goes away with the slightest press of the gas pedal. It reminds me of a diesel which some say the TA sounds like anyway. You can hear this sound on a few YouTube videos that have the bonnet open (Im not allowed to post links yet but google 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 Fiat 500

Hi I have just got a new fiat 500 Yesterday I have looked in the handbook etc but just wanted to make sure do you put normal diesel in the Multi jet engine Also when you start the engine I have read you have to put your foot on the clutch

It really does make a difference to starter and electrical system on turning the engine over. When you turn the key especially on a cold morning your battery has to summon up the electricity and provide enough ooomph to starter motor to spin all the heavy metal bits in the engine - with the cold gloopy oil - fast enough to get into the right place at the right time to compress the fuel air mix for firing. Asking a lot really If your foot isnt on the clutch it has to spin the clutch plate and all the metal bits that lead to neutral in the gearbox as well. A significant extra load. My previous daily transport - a morris minor - gave me the extra option of using a starting handle. Sometimes through necessity flat battery or problems with starter and sometimes showing off. If I had someone to sit with their foot on the clutch it would start at my first or second effort. If not the process would be very long very tiring and sometimes fruitless. fiat 500 bits will be lighter but the same principle applies.

well. A significant extra load. My previous daily transport - a morris minor - gave me the extra option of using a starting handle. Sometimes through necessity flat battery or problems with starter and sometimes showing off. If I had someone to sit with their foot on the clutch it would start at my first or second effort. If not the process would be very long very tiring and sometimes fruitless. fiat

FIAT 500 II TwinAir Thread (including MPG)

Had the phone call yesterday to say that the car had been loaded onto a transporter at Portbury and it arrived today at the dealership. I am going to collect it on Saturday and then I will be regularly updating this thread to reflect my impressions of the carengine. Amongst other things I will be monitoring the fuel consumption to determine whether there is indeed a shortfall in the quoted figures

Eco and normal and I have to say that I cant ever see me using the Eco setting it was one hell of a performance drop. I also checked the instant MPG to compare the readings to the diesel and found that all through the range the readings were about 20MPG shy under identical circumstances but this is only academic at the moment due to the low mileage. Anyway the wife was following me in the other 500

FIAT 500 II TwinAir Will it be reliable (discuss)

Following up on loveshandbags observations after being loaned a 3yr old 1.4 I thought Id start a new thread to give everyone a chance to post their thoughts on the likely long term reliability of the new TwinAir. fiat will no doubt have done a considerable amount of testing of the prototypes and early production engines but nobody knows how the mass produced cars will stand up to the rigours of real-world

worked in conjunction with FPT to develop an oil specifically for a low friction design and MultiAir. When I collected my car after it was repaired and enquired about the oil used I was told that they used the same oil in all of the cars across the three franchises they held. After collecting it I was not happy with how it drove and when I mentioned this in a post a forum member with an in depth fiat

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