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FIAT MULTIPLA Drive shaft oil leak part one.

I had some oil that looke like it was coming from the NS driveshaft so I thought Id better try and sort it out. It looks like it might be one of those ongoing jobs though... Since ive looked through the forum for help in the past I figured Id join up and post a few bits and bobs to try and give something back so here goes First was to jack up of course I used the mounting for the torsion bar (feel

Cheers i just ordered a seal for mine today...turns out my recent wishbone breakage goosed the seal aswell.. Ive done these on other cars....All ive had to do before is undo the strut from the wishbone at the ball joint...and that coupled with full lock is usually enough to pop the driveshaft out of the box. Also if you remove the bottom turbo hose to intercooler(2 minute job) it makes a much easier job of topping up. Great photos and post. Thanks Marty.

FIAT MULTIPLA Multipla - changing dashboard bulb

Hi having read older threads on here I am trying to get to the bulb(s) behind the air conditioningair flow dials on the dashboard. I think the one nearest the steering wheel (air flow directiontarget) needs replacing as it keeps going off (could be a wiring fault I guess). I have had the multipla since new November 2000. 1.6ELX. I removed the central knob (air speed) and undid the alan type screw but

Ive just done a post on how I did this job in the Yahoo groups multipla group another useful source of stuff on the Multi. Ive copied it below. Hope it helps. Ok. Just had to replace a fascia lamp. Was sick of not being able to read the heater temperature dial. There are instructions on the forum on how to remove the panel and do this but I found them a little disjointed so here is how I did it. You

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Hello again Folks The continuing story... nearly gave up on the clutch repairlost my bottle this weekend when the NS drive shaft bolts appeared to be seizedsolid and I couldnt get the starter motor undone. Saturday I was freezing my a off as there was an icy wind blowing right up my kilt... However all was not lost as shall be revealed below... Progress so far at the end of the second weekend (about

I unbolted the alternator this way I could nearly face them to myself and see what I was doing. As I unbolted the alternator the top spacer fell out I heard it but didnt see it never mind Ill make another and maybe glue it in place on refitting a new alternator. I didnt need to shift the engine on its mounts or mess about with the drive shaft. Attached Thumbnails     __________________ fiat

FIAT MULTIPLA Gearbox oil change - how

Hi Can anyone post details or a link to how to change the gearbox oil please (2002 1.9JTD ELX) Manual says to use 75W80 but a thread on here says 75W90 synthetic. Any particular reason to go for the heavier one Wish there was a Haynes for this thing. Thanks

ZC 75 synth[from fiat ] or sae 7590 ep .you will need 2 lts. remove 12 mm allen key at front of gear boxlevel plug next to reverse lamp switch and check the oil level.if very low cure oil leak if any.[oil should be level with bottom of threads with plug out].under neath passenger drive shaft is the drain plugfacing the passenger wheel again 12mm.remove plugdrain oilrefill to level plugjob done.......... IsThisGoodbyeMrT liked this post

Originally Posted by multipete ZC 75 synth[from fiat ] or sae 7590 ep .you will need 2 lts. remove 12 mm allen key at front of gear boxlevel plug next to reverse lamp switch and check the oil level.if very low cure oil leak if any.[oil should be level with bottom of threads with plug out].under neath passenger drive shaft is the drain plugfacing the passenger wheel again 12mm.remove plugdrain oilrefill

FIAT MULTIPLA Clutch Judder

For quite a while now my multipla JTD has had a tendency to judder as I pull away in 1st (or any other gear for that matter). Id like to fix it. It seems worse when the car has been parked up for a few days. Theres a small oil leak that emerges at the bottom of the clutch bellhousing. Nothing serious as the oil level remains the same month after month but theres certainly some oil floating around in

of everything I bolted the engine back together. That was that job pretty much done. Next up was the gearbox. The Coupe box needed a bit of extra work to fit that I didnt have time to do (if anybody has a 1.9 JTD engine or bottom end going cheap id be very interested need one to mock the Coupe gearbox up as I would like to use it at some point) so I decided to have a go at refurbing the multipla

FIAT MULTIPLA Oil leak on 54 JTD (new style) - wheres it from

I recently aquired a new-style 54 plate multipla 1.9JTD. Very happy with the space & drive but it leaves an oil stain wherever it is left. About 10cm diameter after an hour. Looking underneath its coming from a join in the engine slightly off to the passenger side. Theres also oil on the outside of a concertiner hose towards the front of the engine but its not dripping onto the floor from there. A

- but then warm oil does spread Oil leaking from the bottom could be either engine oil leaking from the crankshaft rear oil seal or gearbox oil leaking from the input shaft oil seal. Smell it to see if it has the pungent smell of gear oil. Whichever it is the gearbox has to come out to fix it. I dont think there would be so much sealant extruding from the gearbox casing joints from new also fiat

FIAT MULTIPLA multipla alternator light

I have an 03 multipla 1.9jtd with about 110k on the clock. My battery seemed to be running down as the car is left for a week at a time. I put a new battery in and then the alternator light came on. Booked it in for replacement and when I started the car up to go to the garage the alternator light did not come on. So i did not get the alternator changed. Car has been fine for a few weeks battery staying

Alternator comes out through the bottom and my 2002 115 ELX was relatively easy to do. My clutch had failed - but only because the alternator was cracked and split where a bearing failed an seized which destroyed the clutch. My guess is that it is the same as what as happened to yours. I made sure I bought a used alternator that was exactly similar to my old one - lots of Alfa units [and Ferrari] have

FIAT MULTIPLA Help clutch slipping but biting point is fine...

the clutch seems to be slipping slightly in 3rd 4th and 5th when i occasionally floor it to overtake.. however the biting point is fine a feww inches from the floor bang in the middle cant understand it...gears all engage fine and doesnt give usual worn clutch symtoms.. any help appreciated

A dmf only has a little amount of play if it is failing it will judder. I reckon your input shaft oil seal on the gearbox is leaking its a common fault and lets the clutch get all oily hence the slip. Have a look for transmission oil around the bottom of the box and have a sniff of it smells quite distinct compared to engine oil did mine a few years ago and although it sounds stupid when you do it

FIAT MULTIPLA Two blown turbos -(

I own a multipla (2004) which is (was) a great car for me and my dogs. However the turbo went and I had it replaced (not cheap reconditioned) which blew again within 80 miles Turbo people reconditioned it (not cheap) and returned it to garage with instructions on what might have been the problem in the first place. Refitted and blew again after 40 miles while making a noise like a jet engine for those

I can only give a few pointers from a near-miss turbo failure on our Scenic. For that car I was told to Remove all inlet ducting from the air filter box to the turbo (including the intercooler) and thoroughly inspectclean everything. Pay particular attention to the intercooler. Remove the front half of the exhaust and remove all oilsludge deposits. Check that the catalytic converter is not blocked

Originally Posted by widemouthfrog I can only give a few pointers from a near-miss turbo failure on our Scenic. For that car I was told to Remove all inlet ducting from the air filter box to the turbo (including the intercooler) and thoroughly inspectclean everything. Pay particular attention to the intercooler. Remove the front half of the exhaust and remove all oilsludge deposits. Check that the

FIAT MULTIPLA Key Battery replacement

Just wondering how to change the battery in the remote key Also will it need reprogramming if it has gone dead

Originally Posted by dave924 Just wondering how to change the battery in the remote key Also will it need reprogramming if it has gone dead Hi there. Top of key shaft where it joins plasticbottom corner of blue casing there is a increase in the size of the casing join. Screwdrivernailfile teeth in there and lever GENTLY apart. Note the way the battery came out and put identical new one in the same

Had another more thorough look around today for signs of a leak with a UV light but nothing found. I had thought that it may be the dehydrator underneath the air box but could not see any signs of dye. Or on any of the the other visible piping. I also examined as best I could without actually dismantling the compressor clutch assembly. It is possible for seal on the shaft to leak. As to your questions

FIAT MULTIPLA Lets get this party started.....

Just about gathered all the bits together for my rolling restoration. This is already on and so are these Now its time for this little lot Ive also got front drop links roll bar rubbers and Im trying to sort something out for the rear subframe bushes. Subframe and front struts should be coming off tomorrow or Thursday. Hoping to get it all done in time for our hols....... martyc5674 liked this post

Another day another dollar. Todays progress Fitted new swing arm bearings. Judging by the tales of grief recounted on the forum I think I got pretty lucky with removing the old swing arm bolts and bearings. Both arms were removed and the bearings knocked out in about 10 minutes. It was a LOT easier to do this with the subframe dropped. I would have spent a lot longer p1ssing about with the subframe

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