A long way to go and
a sort time to get
Join Date: Jun 2005
Re: Power Steering goes on motorway
As they say, you realy do learn about cars once you own an Alfa.
During ownership of my first 156, I learnt about MAF's, airfilters, ecu resetting, and (the hard way) that little fuel cut-of button underneath the passanger seat.
This is my second 156, she is a much cleaner car inside and out than my first and comes with SP3, I have had less problems than I did with my 1.8, though I miss that little extra bit of power.
I promised myself I would get them (the belts) done as soon as possible after I bought it as the car was mint besides high milage, but I had been putting it of, I'll get her done this month.
Thanks for the estimates rgwm.