Re: Alfa 146 Injection Light
If the engine was sold as a recon' and it contained a faulty camphase sensor, then it was a faulty recon' engine. If the engine was a used unit it may have come without a warrenty (worth having). If the fitter fittted the engine using you're old sensor (there might have been compatibility issues with differing engine management systems, 'fraid I've no idea) then you'll end up footing the bill anyway.
The idea that the warning message would show up if the thing had been mis-timed on fitting is a good point - which I wouldn't have thought of. Well done mo4. I think you have to get your sensor checked (electronically or by susbstitution with a known good one) and your timing. If you don't know whether the belt and tensioners were new on fitting the engine find out and expose the gits who did the job in the most ignominious way possible.
Doesn't say that in the manual
Last edited by Wrenched; 19-10-07 at 09:56.
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