only got a renault
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Join Date: May 2007
Location: United Kingdom
You probably should change all the plugs, but you can always just change the large ones 1st, if there is still a fault, then do the small ones
As to Alfa's being a money pit-well if you want a car to run on a shoestring, then its not gonna be an Alfa-sorry but the (relative) limited numbers of production mean parts are dearer, its not worth aftermarket suppliers tooling up to make things cheaper (as happens with normal boring cars) and lots of mechanics don't want to know, or irritatingly slate the car before they've got a spanner out.
Often you are playing catch up for a previous owners lack of maintenance
All that aside there is "something" truly magical about owning an Alfa-Only you can decide if the price to pay for that is too much.
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