Usually needs a new stepper motor for the needle. The round white part in the picture below. You need to dismantle the cluster to fit it and could damage more of the 4 stepper motors while dismantling it. . 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
Each of the 4 guages (speedo RMP temp and fuel) has its own stepper motor to drive the needles so its possible that just one of them can fail. The stepper motors are replaceable. They are the same motor for all stilos. Part number X15-589 or X27-589. eBay search shows several Chinese suppliers. Picture above is of one I replaced. Alternatively you could buy a used complete cluster. You would need to
The problem appeared again... The car just floods her self from time to time when starting. Hapens only when there is heat left in the engine. Never on cold or hot engine. When I try to start it just turns over and nothing. Tried to start it with acc pedal floored ( clear flood mode) and it starts on the 3-4 try. And it smells petrol sooo bad - so clearly flooded... Any ideas P.S. Does the car has
No the stilo 1.6 throttle body is controlled directly by the ecu for idle rpm control and does not have a seperate idle stepper motor.
Hello Morten i just did the GPS test with following results speed Birba dial (real)speed GPS aprox. speed on Abarth dial (w.1.6 Proxy ) (pos. as black dial) 110 km 111 km - 115 km 120 121 - 127 140 142 - 150 150 152 - 160 so im driving even faster than my Birba dial in my Proxied Abarth cluster shows me the values on the actual Abarth dials would suit me better because of the safety margin. I think
i think the microprocessor in the cluster has stored the stepper motor values for all models clusters the Proxy alignment tells it which table to use for this type of cardial. (so XX steps for XX speed for XX modelcluster) The Birba Dials are available for all different dial scaling - i just had to make the rectangular cut-outs for the two displays. As far as i can judge it now i could have fit Abarth
this information to the proper calculation or actions is stored within the program of the microprocessor itself. So if the processor is told there is a 1.6 cluster fitted (with other dial range than the Abarth) by means of a Proxy Alignment it apparently uses another steps calculation for the stepper motor for indicating a certain speed. The can message for the car speed is the same for all stilos
Id guess any modern fiat one. Needs to have the same general type of throttle stepper motor and IAC -- and youll need a remap. Marea maybe If going aftermarket ECU you can literally fit anything so cheapo 48mm DellOrto TBs off K Series Rovers are a popular choice.
yellowstilo yes dasboard beep continuously and your engine light blink continously.. but.. thanks for the idea it worked -)) Ive change all the sensors cleaned the - stepper motor (motor idling) cleaned the contacts and unchanged. This procedure helped me there was nothing blinking and not beeping Thank you very much -) Mates Sedichi liked this post
Thanks people for answers......I will try tomorow to adjust my right headlightbecausei think that stepper motor is dead.No sound from him.Left works finebut right
sorry but i still dont understand what you mean there are many motors in a car starter motor stepper motor in the dash engine more info would help
Originally Posted by Clowny The question I have is why are the headlamp adjustor motors in the Xenon units when they arent used as I have no controls on the dash and seem to recall that the Xenons didnt have fog lights nor adjustors Its a legal requirement that Xenon HID headlamps have automatic adjusters and a headlamp cleaning system. There are two sensors used to control the headlamp beams one on
I think the white connector is only used for the Abarth oil pressure and oil temperature gauges. When you took the needles off did any of the stepper motor spindles come out with them If so it could have damaged the housing the spindle runs in causing the needle to jump. The missing segments in the displays suggest that you may have shorted some tracks on the PCB or splashed solder in the wrong place(s) while desolderingsoldering the LEDs. .
MultiECUScan has the ability to connect to the instrument panel and test the gauges - it drives the needle (stepper motor) up and down. That will confirm for certain whether the fault is in the instrument cluster. -Alex
Hi Here are some pics of the engine bay havent had a chance to have a good look at the things you suggested yet Alex yet due to the weather. Cheers. Attached Thumbnails         __________________ fiat Forum Useful Links Donate to FF    Buy FF Merchandise    Classifieds    FF Insurance    How-to Guides    FAQs   Quote   09-05-2008
I got one of those cables which worked fine on the stilo and Panda (not tried it in the 500 yet) but on the Brava it does try to connect and the injector light does flash and the stepper motor does its reset thing but beyond that nothing it eventually gives up. Incidently mines is a late 2001 model with the Bosch ecu rather then Magnetti in it but the software I have is fiatecuscan. Although having
Pressure Readings possible cause problem with stepper motor ( part of injection body ). No obvious faults were found but recommended replacing above unit which is very costly. A mechanic I know says this is an unlikely cause of the car cutting out as the pressure reading is high not low The diagnosis also threw up a logged TDC sensor error but the garage who carried out the test AND the local fiat
vinyl stuck on the walls in the museum gallery that I was dismantling - covering up various holes - so obviously we have had a source of this in the past (it was also used to mask around CRT screens which are now obsolete we use LCDs). No-one seems to know where the matt textured vinyl came from but my investigations are continuing. It is the same stuff used on newer cars like the Punto and stilo.