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FIAT PUNTO Alloy wheel fitment

Hey Ive been trying to sell some alloy wheels on Fiat Forum for a while however Im not really having much luck so Im going to resort to selling them on eBay. Something which I really didnt wanna do because eBays daylight robbery if youre selling something expensive Anyway to the point - I know that the Puntos wheel fitment is 4x100 ET38 (dont really know what the ET38 bit means tbh) and I was wondering

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FIAT PUNTO a common problem with puntos

is it just me or is anyone else on here sick of hearin those words if its so common y dont fiat fix em up properly before theyre sent out into the world of rip-off garages so far ive heard about... headlights footwell head gasket any more to add to the list

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FIAT PANDA Another heating problem...

Hi I have a typical winter problem with my 1991 Panda when I turn on the heating for the front windshield only the right side works the left one is dead. I tried to fix it but I dont know how to remove the wheel dashboard and all the other things around the heating tube. The mechanic also hasnt got a clue (never worked with old Pandas). Any ideas Thank you

Oh dear. I think youve got some work to do ... Quote Originally posted by John H The insulation which surrounds the heater matrix box is located by the odd self tapping screw and the piping on the top edge of the bulkhead and the matrix box. This insulation is usually a thick strip rather like loft insulation but inside a paper sandwich. And it can and often gets wet ( On some cars it is plastic - but whatever you find you will need to remove it. On each side of the car by the inner wing are the fresh air hoses - these unplug allowing you to remove the insulation from there. Unscrew the single self-tapping screw on the matrix box and the whole thing should lift out after removing the piping. Be careful not to tear it if at all possible particularly at the points where the wiring enters the bulkhead. This stuff does help to deaden the sound of the engine quite well. Now there isnt that much room behind there but if you look at the black heater box you will see that it kind of spreads out into a T or Y shape with the ends fitting over the warm air ducts. They should be a snug fit - any gaps and youll lose warm air. If it is cracked or broken there then youre looking at a replacement matrix box ( or a possible repair with duct tape. It might be a bodge but you really dont want to replace the matrix box unless you really have to ... (to be continued after the doggy walking break) Steve the geriatric Panda and Beagle freak G781 TUT White Panda 1000CL - currently waiting for the scrapper ( J Red Panda 1000CL - collecting next week Y771 GNU - Silver nissan almera Tino (Pennys motor)

Any chance of having a quick look first before we start to take things apart For starters you will need to remove the air cleaner both halves of it. This fastens to the carb air intake with a 10mm screw. Be careful as there is a clip underneath that fastens to the exhaust manifold and the fragile aluminium tube too. By the way to release the insulation mentioned earlier you may have to remove the battery too [0] Next is the front wiper (this clips on the wiper motor shaft) then the plastic nut that fastens the wiper motor shaft to the top of the bulkhead and the wiper motor itself (2 x 10mm bolts I think) ... the wiring to this just unplugs. By manipulating the motor and the various levers you should be able to remove it without too much difficulty. The important thing is that the more you can get out of the way the better it will be for later This is all from memory so I could be wrong. Anyway Im signing off tonight as Im absolutely shattered (you should be in bed as you must be at least two hours ahead of GMT surely) Tomorrow morning Ill attempt to explain removing the heater matrix box - I hope you like solving puzzles Steve the geriatric Panda and Beagle freak G781 TUT White Panda 1000CL - currently waiting for the scrapper ( J Red Panda 1000CL - collecting next week Y771 GNU - Silver nissan almera Tino (Pennys motor)

Okay Ill leave the box removal bit until late afternoon as I need to look at the car first but if you do it is well worth taking it apart to clean any muck out. It is in two parts which hold together using metal spring clips. The heater matrix itself is surrounded by a thick layer of insulation which can crumble causing air leaks. It is well worth replacing this if it is at all suspect as it means more air through the heater I really would like to post some pics illustrating this a bit but until NTL have got their act together and restored my webspace then Ive nowhere to host them at the moment Right lectures start now (Im doing my Masters Degree) so Ill have to sign off but Ill be baaaacck ... Steve the geriatric Panda and Beagle freak G781 TUT White Panda 1000CL - currently waiting for the scrapper ( J Red Panda 1000CL - collecting next week Y771 GNU - Silver nissan almera Tino (Pennys motor)

FIAT DOBLO JD Power survey

I was having a read of the survey in Whatcar magazine and I couldnt find the Doblo listed anywhere. Its supposed to be a comprehensive survey why isnt it there They list the Berlingo.

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KIA RIO III Kia Aus - model drop

so today I saw a Rio sedan. One of only three I have seen in the whole time our cars have been out got me thinking why I havent seen more around (Mitskuni youd be glad to hear it was a blue one it actually made me think of yours) It appears that Kia Australia has dropped the Rio sedan from its lineup Cannot find it anywhere on the website. Kia Rio - Kia Australia This is probably just a pointless post

rear. The hatch (specially the 3 door) has beautiful lines - front rear and side profiles. I think its styling is the most cohesive of the small sedans on the market. Problem with rio is the average hatch buyer sees rio hatch as a gotta have one car(like me) that its styling is so nice all else doesnt matter.The average sedan buyer is more pragmatic they will compare it to Yaris Sedan Honda City nissan

MERCEDES BENZ SLK R170 Did anyone else read this

this was in the write up about the new R171 SLK..... Strong demand for the SLK in the used-car market where it is one of the lowest-depreciating models provides ample evidence of this popularity

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well my brakes where replaced just before i bought the car the whole job disks pads the lot and ma mate said ive got 30-40 thousand miles left on them i noticedit because i drove my mums nissan almera and there breaks r if you slightly touch the pedal ur breakin u barely need to push the pedal to emergency stop

Originally Posted by stronglead well my brakes where replaced just before i bought the car the whole job disks pads the lot and ma mate said ive got 30-40 thousand miles left on them i noticedit because i drove my mums nissan almera and there breaks r if you slightly touch the pedal ur breakin u barely need to push the pedal to emergency stop the servo pipe might not be connected as rallycinq said Ming

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