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FIAT STILO stilo starter motor fuse box

hi there. i have a 2002 1800 fiat stilo. and on returning from work weds went though a puddel.and an hour after getting home the starter motor started turnig on its own. i was told it burnt the starter motor out. but after haveing a new one fitted it still started turning on its own. then a freind spotted that the fuse box was half full of warter and i was told i needed a new fuse box.and after buying

Originally Posted by emma kelly hi there. i have a 2002 1800 fiat stilo. and on returning from work weds went though a puddel.and an hour after getting home the starter motor started turnig on its own. i was told it burnt the starter motor out. but after haveing a new one fitted it still started turning on its own. then a freind spotted that the fuse box was half full of warter and i was told i needed

Very difficult to diagnose on the limited information youve provided. You say the starter seems to be fine . We need to know is it fine (working) or isnt it fine (not working). Does the engine turn when you operate the starter motor If yes does it turn at its normal speed or faster or slower than normal Any unusual noises when its turning. Did you fit a new fuse box from fiat or a second hand one from a breakers If the latter was it from a 1.8 stilo or a different engine stilo

hi there. sorry iam not very good at this. yes the starter motor is now working as it should with no noises or problems. and it is a new fuse box brought from a local car parts shop. and it is for a 1.8 stilo and the part numbers on both units match. since my last post i have noticed that there is a .ASR Failure Car Security Failure and a Loose Connection warning when i turn the ignition on. there

clean it with electrical cleaner or WD40 or similar Dont worry about sucking water into your engine... if your car didnt stop the instant you went through the puddle you have done no harm the yellow car with a padlock is related to the car security failiure warning you see on your dash if the car starts with no problems then it could just be related to your battery as mentioned earlier FES is fiat

FIAT STILO starter wire out of ignition

Hi all i was wondering if anyone know which colour wire is the one that goes out of the ignition to the starter (not the ignition live just the starter) thanks

a brownwhite (MB) wire that goes to terminal 50 (connector B) of the starter motor solenoid (A20). For 16 valve JTD versions a brownwhite wire goes from the ignition switch terminal 50 direct to the starter solenoid terminal 50. . Attached Thumbnails   __________________ stilo Parts For Sale Connect Nav Map Discs - Wiper Motor (NEW) Croma Turbo i.e. Badges. For details click here httpwww.fiatforum.comclassifieds...0&ppuser48514

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FIAT STILO Stilo Abarth starter motor problems when hot

Hi there my son has a stilo Abarth which has an ocassional intermittent fault. Sometimes when hot the starter motor does not work no solenoid click nothing. Walk away from the car for half an hour and it is fine. The starter motor has been changed and today a garage checked out the earthing point and condition of the cables etc. and could find nothing wrong. Needless to say it started every time for them

If the garage have changed the starter motor and checked all cables then I would suspect a faulty ignition switch. Get yourself a length of wire and next time it fails to start try linking the control terminal on the solenoid direct to the battery. If it now turns over then the ignition switch is faulty. Im not convinced though that all connections have been checked as that is a classic cause of this kind of failure. It could be a faulty main earth connection between the engine block and the battery. Try putting a jump lead from the battery negative post to somewhere on the engine block. If it now turns over then you need to trace and clean & tighten all main earth cables. A similar problem but in your case I suspect a loose or bad connection rather than a broken cable - httpwww.fiatforum.comstilo30894...arth-wire.html

FIAT STILO Stilo Starter Turns non stop-no key in ignition

My stilo 1.9 Diesel TD Sport - Strange fault I was away from the car for some hours - parked on my drive way - key out of ignition and locked. When i returned - the car all by itself had moved into the side of my house. Apparently the starter motor had engaged and moved the car forward slowly. It was in gear with the hand break on. It completely discharged the battery in doing so. Recharged the battery

bridge across the two connections on the starter relay If the starter is no longer engaged then the problem is within the ignition switch. This is very likely as youre also getting dashboard lights going on and off There should only be 12v at pin 3 on connector A at the ignition switch or on the brown white wire at the starter relay when the ign key is at the start position __________________ 02 stilo

Hi welcome to the forum this problem arose quite recently on here httpwww.fiatforum.comstilo22062...-ignition.html

My missuss car has exactly the same fault she tried to drive the 500 yards home and the car stopped completely. But now everything seems fine except it wont turn over Im guessing she burnt out the starter If she did then what caused it to continue to turn over Anyone got a solution

FIAT STILO Help please - Non starter

Hello All Ive had my stilo now since April. It is my first car went to a garage to look at a couple of Puntos but was seduced by the stilo. Had a major service and a cambelt change as it was nearing 60K when I bought it. For quite a while I had the usual uneven idling and it was my intention to follow the guides to clean the ICV but I didnt have the correct tools so my initial attempt failed when trying

is definitely not functioning as it should. Got it on charge now. If only to get me to the garage. Ive attached the reports I got from the diagnostics. I think replacement battery will be a must then go from there. Attached Files BENS stilo 060113 1513.pdf (9.9 KB 19 views) BENS stilo 060113 1513 FAULT CODES.pdf (10.7 KB 18 views) BENS stilo 060113 1541.pdf (8.9 KB 14 views) __________________ fiat

Ive got a look at the fiat ELearn Disk for the stilo.... it makes it sound pretty easy to take it out.... Remove under engine guard... (missing anyway).... Disconnect the Negative battery terminal - disconnect the electrical connections from the starter motor... remove bolts 3a 3b and there ya go... doesnt say anything about needing to be tiny to get your arms up to where they need to be.... I see

Yes thats usually the way they do it starter motors sometimes screech when they get dry with clutch dust. You can try it with it off the car just connect positive and use a jump lead to connect to the starter motor case but beware as it will spark and will jolt fiercely with the torque of the motor starting. Best to put your foot on it stilo01 thanked for this post

The screach Im talking about is similar to - if youve ever heard someone whos forgot their engine is already running.... and turned the ignition again to start it.... that noise Ah That would most likely be a sticking starter solenoid which will give the same effect as not releasing the key from the start position stilo01 thanked for this post

The starter motor and starter solenoid are all contained within the one unit Solenoid is at the top here so if it needs replacing then you usually replace the whole lot. If it makes that noise but doesnt turn the engine then some reason it is not engaging. and your troubles are either within that unit or you have a serious low electrical power issue. Turn your headlights on and see if they dim a lot when you turn the starter. I cant advise which problem you have without seeing and experiencing it Id be inclined to try a second hand unit as they are expensive and you are a master at how to remove and refit it now stilo01 thanked for this post

FIAT STILO Any tips for Starter motor removal in Abarth

Im just trying to collate as much info on changing mine as possible. Mine seems to be playing up (try pushing your car forwards yourself foot on clutch and jump into the car to start it every time ) So considering i dont even know where it is does anybody have any tips for a noob. Thanks Stu

No expert mate but this what I have found through the Forums EPER hope it helps bud (starter motor) httpeper.fiatforum.comepernavi...3&WINDOW_ID1 (starter motor location) httpeper.fiatforum.comepernavi...D1&GUI_LANG3 (Ebay) httpcgi.ebay.co.ukfiat-stilo-2.4...ht_1195wt_911 volxstu thanked for this post

FIAT STILO starter motor

starter sticking was thinking i could strip and clean or is this not possible anymore

I dont think undoing the engine mountings will give you any more space. I removed my starter motor when I replace the clutch and DMF a while ago without disturbing the engine mountings. The top starter motor bolt needed a 38th drive 13mm socket and extention bar just longer than the body of the starter motor. Any shorter and I couldnt turn the ratchet handle because the starter motor body was in the way. Any longer and I couldnt turn the ratched because of lack of space at the back of the motor. Take the top bolt out first so the starter motor is still fixed solid to the enginegearbox. Once the bolt is loose you can wind it out by hand with the extention bar. If you take the bottom bolts out first the motor will be hanging on the top bolt so you would need to use the ratchet on it all the way out. You cant dismantle the solenoid because the canister is swaged together. Unlike early fiat solenoids that were bolted together. . Attached Thumbnails   saw liked this post

thanks davren no guide on this and not much info either rain forecast for Saturday too. also how would i find out what vehicles across the fiat range share the same starter motor

to gearbox plate viewed from the gearbox end. May give you an idea of where the bolts are. Red arrowed one is the difficult one at the top of the starter motor. The 2 yellow arrowed ones should be easily visible from under the car. . Attached Thumbnails   __________________ stilo Parts For Sale Connect Nav Map Discs - Wiper Motor (NEW) Croma Turbo i.e. Badges. For details click here httpwww.fiatforum.comclassifieds...0&ppuser48514

FIAT STILO Starter Problems

fiat stilo 1.2 (3 Door 2002) Connected battery turned over but wont start and the engine continues to turn over with the ignition key out. Have to disconnect the battery to stop the engine turning over. Any ideas

Does anyone know where the starter relay is located in a fiat stilo 1.2 (2002) Thanks

Originally Posted by robert7b Does anyone know where the starter relay is located in a fiat stilo 1.2 (2002) Thanks Theres no seperate relay for the starter motor. Terminal 50 from the ignition switch goes direct to terminal 50 on the stater motor solenoid.

FIAT STILO Starter Motor issue

hey guys got my gearbox mount sorted BUT when i took the car for a quick drive (not even 14 of a mile) parked up then went to go out in the car to collect the other half tried to start it nothing the starter solenoid wasnt even energizing felt around the starter and found 1 bolt missing tried to wiggle the starter tried cranking it over it started to crank then cut out tried the same thing again and

Here you go found an earlier post on the forum. httpwww.fiatforum.comstilo27987...helpppppp.html

Hey guys still not got my stilo running problem now is that the ignition fuse is burning out when I removed the ignition switch wire on the starter I reconnected the wire with a nilock nut no connection else where but now it seems like its shorting out cant see anything though anyone else had this and how did you sort it Car is a jtd 115

2 red cables attatched to the copper threaded stud with a washer each side and a nut between the 2 cables eye terminals... nylocs not really a good idea as the starter can get quite hot melting the nylon and allowing the nut to spin off thats why OEM uses spring washers. 1 red cable should come from the battery and one should eff off towards the alternator. __________________ Rich (Stain) 02 stilo

FIAT STILO fitting new starter motor stilo jtd

hi all was advised by one of the AA guys to replace starter motor on my stilo jtd 115 after buying new battery poor turnover on cold morningsanyone know the best way to do this IE from the top or underneath does not look that simple or am i getting to old for this lark before i end up taking it to the garage some one of you guys must have done it. and by the way he checked lead resistance and it was ok. thanks

starter motor comes out from underneath the car. One of the three bolts that hold it to the gearbox bell housing is a little tricky to get to and you may need to take the dipstick tube off. Be careful not to damage the crankshaft sensor which is immediately above the starter motor. Disconnect the battery first because the main ve cable will be hanging once its been disconnected from the starter motor. saw liked this post

Originally Posted by shop soiled hi all was advised by one of the AA guys to replace starter motor on my stilo jtd 115 after buying new battery poor turnover on cold morningsanyone know the best way to do this IE from the top or underneath does not look that simple or am i getting to old for this lark before i end up taking it to the garage some one of you guys must have done it. and by the way he checked lead resistance and it was ok. thanks did you get anywhere with this

FIAT STILO Starter motor Stilo 1.4

Suspect starter motor about to fail. Have looked on available parts . E-learn shows Denso E80E but aftermarket suppliers list several options and some are much more powerful (ie 2Kw as opposed to 0.91.0). Can anyone identify the fiat part number so I can pin this one down. (Eper not helping with this today for some reason) Any help or advice from anyone having replaced one of these would be welcome thanks -- as this would help us so we could get the part in advance of removing old one.

FIAT STILO Starter motor sticking

Hi all Been a bit dormant of late had allot of uni work to do and cars been faultless Recently its started making a clickingsquealing noise. When you starte the car it sounds as if the starter motor is staying engaged a second or two too long from reading around im lead to belive this is due to clutch dust ingress. Anyone know if its possible to simply dismantle said starter motor area clean up the

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FIAT STILO Sticky starter motor

I think I need to strip my starter and possibly replace the brushes. Its the Valeo D6RA138 starter on a 3dr 52reg 1.6 stilo dynamic The car starts just fine in the morning and again in the afternoon but will not start when the car has recently been driven. (the battery is new by the way) When not starting When I turn the key I hear the fuel pump spin and all the usuals sounds and lights pop up on the

Sounds like the solenoid is sticking or not making contact might not be the starter motor bushes. Strip and clean them both solenoid and starter motor. Easy way to check the starter motor bushes are ok short out the terminals on the top of the solenoid this will send power direct to the starter motor and it should try to turn the engine if it does your solenoid is the problem if doesnt its worn starter motor bushes causing the problem. pazstilo thanked for this post

FIAT STILO starter motor temperamentalstilo

stilo been starting well till today when all of sudden no life at starter could bump start and did so and left running . drove about ten miles home parked on hill turned off engine tried to start and fired up right away but on second attempt just clicked and third time nothing .

FIAT STILO refit starter motorhelpppppp

please help iam refitting a starter motor on a 2002 stilo 1600cc but i have thre wires but dont no were no go back 2 large wires both red and 1 small wire 1 red wire comes from battery 1 red wire from the back of engine maybe alternator 1 small black wire from loom just uderneath the maniford pic would be very helpful

Originally Posted by spyshagg They didnt disable the fuel pump though. There are three reason for disabling the fuel pump. 1) Whilst turning the engine over to do the compression test on one cylinder fuel will continue to be injected into the remaining cylinders. This could dilute oil around the pistons and cylinder walls which could affect the compression readings from the remaining cylinders. Most electronic fuel injection systems will cut off fuel injection after about 3 seconds if the engine has not started but this 3 seconds will be restarted each time you turn the key to test the next cylinder. As you procede along the engine doing the compression tests more fuel will have been injected into subsequent cylinders. 2) This fuel will also be blown out of the remaining spark plug holes and could cause a fire risk. This is why its also advisable to disable the ignition system for cars with HT leads otherwise HT leads left resting on top of the engine could provide the spark to ignite the fuel blown from the plug holes. 3) Any unburnt fuel could also find its way into the catalytic converter. Many cars with ignition key transponder immobilisers will not allow the fuel and ignition systems to operate but will allow the starter motor to turn if the transponder signal is not recieved. If you wrap the handle of the key in thick aluminium foil the receiver around the ignition switch doesnt get the signal. This works on my JTD but Ive not tried it on any petrol stilos. spyshagg thanked for this post

FIAT STILO Non starter and Massive list of fault codes from ECUScan

Hey folks Wondering if someone could point me in the right direction with this before spending loads on the car (again) stilo Abarth 2.4 02 plate On Monday the car would not start just turning over and over and over. Removed and replaced small fuses under bonnet and reset ECU by removing the battery for a while. Started fine no issues until the Tuesday Same thing happened but it is refusing to start.

FIAT STILO Stilo Abarth Non Starter

Hi all I have an 02 plate 2.4 abarth which wont start. I had it a few times where it would turn over but not fire and then after a few minutes it would. A friend checked on computer and said it was cam or crank sensor (i couldnt remember which) but the car started every time for next month so forgot about it. Then the fault returned. I replaced the crankshaft sensor and the car started straight away

Needs disconnecting for 30 min or more to clear the faults and get the ECU looking for the sensors. See added about timing as well. Phonic Wheel Relearn (Courtesy Yellow stilo) start engine wait until fan kicks in (engine temperature must be high to avoid damage) rev the engine up to 6000 rpm (5000 is minimum but 6000 is better) and let engine restore idle speed repeat another two times key off key

Switch ignition on dont engage starter after warning lights start going out engage starter you may need to churn the engine over first time to enable the sensors to register. I disconected the battery and had fatal errors on the sensors. I then cleaned the rust off the lugs on the cam sensor with emery cloth. there is one lug and then a larger area with a square knotch out of it disconected the battery for 30mins and then it started up. John

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