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FIAT UNO II Uno 1.0ie alternator replacement

Can anyone tell me the where the alternator is located on this model and does it involve jacking up and removing one of the wheels Manual mentions doing this for all other models except for the 999cc. It also doesnt say (as far as I can tell) anything about its location. TIA

with new drive belt worse case is its both. If you&8217re not sure of cam belt history even if its not noisy its also worth doing coz they can just snap. If you do remove the cam belt&8217s plastic cover be careful of rusty bolts. Use new ones if you can as I sheared one completely when refitting. Luckily that was least important one. Louie Bee. Attached Thumbnails     __________________ fiat

it. On the Coupe the power steering belt can sometimes snap and this can take the cambelt with it. The key of course is to replace the belts and tensioners within their maximum life-time or maximum mileage. And keep a check on them during normal use. Any signs of cracking on the belts or unusual noises from the tensioner then dont drive it and replace the parts. Incidentally does anyone know why fiat

it. On the Coupe the power steering belt can sometimes snap and this can take the cambelt with it. The key of course is to replace the belts and tensioners within their maximum life-time or maximum mileage. And keep a check on them during normal use. Any signs of cracking on the belts or unusual noises from the tensioner then dont drive it and replace the parts. Incidentally does anyone know why fiat

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FIAT DOBLO Rattling on startup - timing chain

Our Doblo is rattling on cold starts. It is a 2006 1.3 Multijet and has 86000 on the clock. Am I on the right lines suspecting that the timing chaintensioners are on their last legs as the noise does appear to be from the general area of the chain. If this is the case is this a DIY job or would I be best in a garage - if so what labour charges would I be expecting. I have replaced timing belts before

rear wiper motor has been dead for years. What to do Anyway... I should think that at least the tensioners and pulleys need looking at and if one has gone Id want them all replaced at the same time. My ancient uno had a chain drive that rattled and needed replacing at 80000 miles. Perhaps this is the life of chains because even chains dont go on forever Having said that the 1.3 Diesels in other fiat

FIAT DOBLO I 119 223 Should I get timing chain replaced on 1.3 Multijet

Ive just got a 2006 Doblo with 1.3 MultiJet engine in it with 51k miles on the clock. I have service history but there are no markers suggesting that the timing chain has been replaced. Anyway Ive heard bad things about timing chains snapping on these engines so some questions 1 What should I be on the lookout for (noise-wise) 2 Is it worth replacing it now just to make sure 3 How much is this going

Sounds okay to me. Do they replace the water pump at the same time Years ago my uno had a rattly chain and the replacement cured it. chains dont last forever but the beauty of them is they give a warning. When a belt snaps it takes the engine with it.

FIAT UNO II Parcel from LouieBee...

Today when I returned home I had a parcel of things and stuffs I had bought from LouieBee including... A dashboard cluster with rev counter. An exhaust pipe between engine and air filter. A wire for the counter that goes between the cluster and the umm.. erm.. actually.. what does it go to A distributor cap. So once again I completely forgot to start taking pictures as I started preferring to start

Wouldnt worry about the cam belt as the only problem youll have is being stranded if it snaps. pistons and valves wont meet so time it up slip a new one on (and a tensioner with every belt) and away you go again. I made the mistake of paying to have it done as it was my first non chain car . Make sure they do the coolant and give it a good flush (if you cant be arsed doing it your self) youll save

FIAT PANDA F.I.R.E. engine

Hi I have the 1.1 active Eco and a great little car it is too I hope that someone can confirm the origin of the engine. Is it a later version of the F.I.R.E. engine The reason I ask is that when having a M.O.T on the other car (1954 Morris Minor Ser.II). The mechanic was talking about the old days with proper timing chains and we got onto the subject of cam belts and the damage caused when they break.

yes my Jags a oil burner guess its to do with the torque they make. The chains are prone to stretching which will make they rattle there are guides and a tensioner that would probably have solved the rattle before the chain decided to jump the sprockets with disasterous results. I remember doing the cam belt on my old uno align the cam pulley and a bolt through it to lock it off simple.

Originally Posted by Goudrons yes my Jags a oil burner guess its to do with the torque they make. The chains are prone to stretching which will make they rattle there are guides and a tensioner that would probably have solved the rattle before the chain decided to jump the sprockets with disasterous results. I remember doing the cam belt on my old uno align the cam pulley and a bolt through it to lock

FIAT PANDA How are multijets camshafts driven

Hi guys Am trying to enlighten myself on this and that. Just one silly question for the moment please I did not manage to find already answered on the forum. What means makes the camshaft rev on the diesel multijet 1.3 Is it a metal chain or a rubber made tooth-belt ta

On my uno my authorized service people demanded to replace the tooth-belt together with the generator belt and relative gears at 40K km although fiat was clearly saying at the owners handbook they should be replaced at 80K km instead. The same with my first generation Bravo. They had them replaced at 60K km without asking me while fiat was saying they last for 120K km. Please mind that this was not

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 looking on buying a seicento

Hi all Im thinking on getting a Seicento next summer i have my eyes on the Sporting 1.1 is there any common problems that i should know of and are expensive to fix Like the Streeing Rack & Head Gasket with the Punto.. Also when buying from a private seller what price should i be paying for a 02 Plate Seicento Sporting either on or under 60000 miles and what should i look out for when inspecting the car. Thanks in Advance..

Originally Posted by Punto.Power Sorry its just im use to having only 2 belts on my mk2 punto it has a alternator belt and cambelt the PAS is done by an electric motor. The FIRE engine in my uno (same basic engine as the Sporting Sei) has just a cambelt and an alternator belt so I suspect the Sei is the same. The 899cc version has just an alternator belt from what I can gather from my Cinq. No cambelt

FIAT CINQUECENTO 170 Motorbike cylinder head on FIRE engine

Hi there sorry to all who were interested in the cinquno turbo conversion.i broke my laptop and couldnt remember my password to log in to FF to update proceedingsso i gave up was just getting all my personal stuff off my phone before upgrading and found id saved it in a personal folder in there....dammit......... Anywaysdue to some unforseen personal stuffcinq turbo is now no more and my punto 75

of power but far too expensive -For all i knowgod might be looking out for me and all the bolt holes and drillings will all fit perfect........ -the k100 engine is basically a car engine(think it was from a 104)and so size wise should be about the same. I know i will have to look at the timing side as i will have to fit a chain(dont want a belt letting go at 10000rpm)and fuelling(may use bmwfiat

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