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I have been away from Alfas for about 3 years now, but i split with the wife and replaced her with a 54 Plate GT, lol maybe a mid life crisis.
it had an issue with the central locking and both windows not working they didn't even drop a bit as you opened the door, and the mileometer was flashing. and the door stay was missing when i took the door panel off some cowboy had already been in there. there was wires cut and taped together and the door stay had been cut out around the bolts. why i don't know as its only a couple of bolts to undo. so i've made a new bracket and its holding the stay in place, then I moved on to the electric windows. I changed the reg box but the windows would go down but not up. but they would drop a fraction on opening the door. i guess the poor wiring and tape didn't help. luckily my mate had not long broke a GT for parts so I went back to his door and took the wiring loom and replaced all the wiring on my door. now my windows are all working perfect. and this has sorted out the flashing mileometer too. only thing is the central locking does not work of the button. it works fine by the key. but the button only seems to turn the alarm on and off. any ideas as i've replaced most the parts inside the drivers door.
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I have been away from Alfas for about 3 years now, but i split with the wife and replaced her with a 54 Plate GT, lol maybe a mid life crisis.
it had an issue with the central locking and both windows not working they didn't even drop a bit as you opened the door, and the mileometer was flashing. and the door stay was missing when i took the door panel off some cowboy had already been in there. there was wires cut and taped together and the door stay had been cut out around the bolts. why i don't know as its only a couple of bolts to undo. so i've made a new bracket and its holding the stay in place, then I moved on to the electric windows. I changed the reg box but the windows would go down but not up. but they would drop a fraction on opening the door. i guess the poor wiring and tape didn't help. luckily my mate had not long broke a GT for parts so I went back to his door and took the wiring loom and replaced all the wiring on my door. now my windows are all working perfect. and this has sorted out the flashing mileometer too. only thing is the central locking does not work of the button. it works fine by the key. but the button only seems to turn the alarm on and off. any ideas as i've replaced most the parts inside the drivers door.

proxy alignment might well required, it would be a good place to start as it may not be anything ''physical'' ...the central locking not working is a bit of a pointer as was the flashing odometer,when proxy is required the boot lock won't operate so that could be a giveaway as well.

good luck with the fettling of your GT


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proxy alignment might well required, it would be a good place to start as it may not be anything ''physical'' ...the central locking not working is a bit of a pointer as was the flashing odometer,when proxy is required the boot lock won't operate so that could be a giveaway as well.

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thanks for the advice will get a proxy alignment done but the boot lock works fine both of the key fob and the switch inside. just been out in it and now getting a Motor control system failure message but the car drives as normal. when i fixed the window my mate plugged his diagnostics pc in and there were no fault codes. have to check it again, I think this could be the battery as it went flat when the ignition was left on. I only got the message later on when the lights were on and more power being used.
love driving an Alfa again. I forgot what it was like to really drive. I've been in automatic s type jags and bmw's the last 3 or 4 years so its nice to have a clutch again. and looking forward to getting it how I want it

lol its not red its down as beige on the paperwork
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thanks for the advice will get a proxy alignment done but the boot lock works fine both of the key fob and the switch inside. just been out in it and now getting a Motor control system failure message but the car drives as normal. when i fixed the window my mate plugged his diagnostics pc in and there were no fault codes. have to check it again, I think this could be the battery as it went flat when the ignition was left on. I only got the message later on when the lights were on and more power being used.
love driving an Alfa again. I forgot what it was like to really drive. I've been in automatic s type jags and bmw's the last 3 or 4 years so its nice to have a clutch again. and looking forward to getting it how I want it

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MCSF on those is normally ignition coils or Lambda and or cat related, don't panic until you have a new battery in there though as a failing one can cause all sorts of agg.

make sure the cam belt is recent or do it as the interval is 36k, oil was revised by Alfa to 10/60 due to high consumption, expect about a litre every 1000 miles or so as completely normal especially if driving in a spirited manner, make sure it's topped up as they are very sensitive to being run with low oil and the wrong type...

when you do the belt you might at to have a look at the variator as well as they too are a common failure on the JTS, they can be a bit diesel like on start up, also check out the lobes on the camshafts, especially the exhaust side as they are known to wear..mine did.

they can be had from a breakers yard for 40 or so which beats 400 for a new one.

I had a JTS before my current blackline derv, handling on those is nice even in stock form as the engine is lighter than all other derivatives with the exception of the 1.8 twinnie.

I had a few issues with mine but don't want to worry you with that, on the plus side they don't wear through clutches or flywheels like the dervs do or wishbones for that matter as well, I assume also down to the lighter engine.

I know that metallic beige colour and its not bad, certainly not mid life crisis!

good luck with the fettling.
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Well had an interesting evening with my new WMI. Went out to change the boost onset the meth comes in at. As at 14psi its drinking meth even at small throttle inputs. So have managed to get a nice balance at 19psi. Comes in later in the rev range. So hopefully will have a longer range for a tank full. Its a learning curve. The car feels awesome at the moment. Solid power and a joy to drive.

The stage one clutch is fine as long as i stay clear of 3k in 4th gear she pulls like a freight train. The impending stage 2 bespoke clutch fit is hopefully being done soon. Then the important map tweak. Its all a never ending spending spree.

Honestly i know i have had a drink or 2 tonight, but its far better to get your self a 300bhp factory spec machine from the get go. Less money loss, and its designed and engineered to cope. When i consider the cost of my build its f'king ridiculous. But hey there you go i am here now. I just pray she behaves herself after the clutch is fitted. I just simply want to enjoy the car and get some track days in now.

Have a great easter everyone...

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Well had an interesting evening with my new WMI. Went out to change the boost onset the meth comes in at. As at 14psi its drinking meth even at small throttle inputs. So have managed to get a nice balance at 19psi. Comes in later in the rev range. So hopefully will have a longer range for a tank full. Its a learning curve. The car feels awesome at the moment. Solid power and a joy to drive.

The stage one clutch is fine as long as i stay clear of 3k in 4th gear she pulls like a freight train. The impending stage 2 bespoke clutch fit is hopefully being done soon. Then the important map tweak. Its all a never ending spending spree.

Honestly i know i have had a drink or 2 tonight, but its far better to get your self a 300bhp factory spec machine from the get go. Less money loss, and its designed and engineered to cope. When i consider the cost of my build its f'king ridiculous. But hey there you go i am here now. I just pray she behaves herself after the clutch is fitted. I just simply want to enjoy the car and get some track days in now.

Have a great easter everyone...

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Seriously though...

in my case my stupid work mileage dictated a derv..30k a year is not Busso mileage. However I have always said that if it went down I would have one.

well here we are .

its down to 8k a year now, if that. and I have invested so much money in the blackie selling now to fund a Busso would be monumentally stupid...!

for several reasons.

1) any Busso I buy will need work, they all do

2)Mine is now ''done'' apart from the clutch which TBH is holding out fine at my power levels.

3) The only way to break even now is to keep it for at least 3 years with no major work being required.

4) I do love the car.

reasons for a Busso

1) no depreciation and from here on in it looks ast though it will go the other way.

2) they were designed to cope with the 240 BHP I want and with a 3.8 conversion there is still room for more.

3) everyone should own a Busso once ( I will but likely in a GTV or if I am feeling flush a 156 GTA another GT would be my 3rd)


anyway what I am getting around to is...even with the petrol habit Damien a 3.2 may have been a better choice from the start if it had to be a GT....but it's very easy with hindsight to say all of this and its worth remembering because you were the first everything cost more.

anyone following your route will have an easier time of it because lessons have already been learned.

I know that is scant consolation but innovation always costs money and or time. in your case both and some bumps in the road along the way.

from a performance point of view your clover is a fantastic machine, and I haven't sat in it since the WMI or the recent map tweaks, I know where you are going though and when finished she will be GTA quick if not already.


also worth saying your attention to detail is also part of the reason why the cost has been so high, you could argue that some of the expenses were choices rather than requirements fro a purely performance point of view.

the result is a one off machine that is probably the fastest 1.9 derv GT on the planet. only a 3.8 Busso conversion will trouble it when its done and it DOES look fantastic. all of the styling choices have been classy and well thought through. They enhance rather than detract from the Bertone design. it can be so easy to lose perspective and go too far.

so relax have another drink and look forward to that track day..
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Well had an interesting evening with my new WMI. Went out to change the boost onset the meth comes in at. As at 14psi its drinking meth even at small throttle inputs. So have managed to get a nice balance at 19psi. Comes in later in the rev range. So hopefully will have a longer range for a tank full. Its a learning curve. The car feels awesome at the moment. Solid power and a joy to drive.

The stage one clutch is fine as long as i stay clear of 3k in 4th gear she pulls like a freight train. The impending stage 2 bespoke clutch fit is hopefully being done soon. Then the important map tweak. Its all a never ending spending spree.

Honestly i know i have had a drink or 2 tonight, but its far better to get your self a 300bhp factory spec machine from the get go. Less money loss, and its designed and engineered to cope. When i consider the cost of my build its f'king ridiculous. But hey there you go i am here now. I just pray she behaves herself after the clutch is fitted. I just simply want to enjoy the car and get some track days in now.

Have a great easter everyone...

Damien.
What sort of methanol consumption are you getting out of curiosity?

I'm assuming you've got some sort of controller that controls the level of meth injection depending on boost level? Or does the system run a set rate of injection regardless of more boost once you hit the 19psi onset?
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Thanks Joe.

And yes you are correct, when i do something i do it properly and best quality i can possible. Which is not always the cheapest way. My bloody ocd' ness. I am always satisfied knowing i have well engineered chassis and engine parts on my cars, especially when i want them to put out respectfully a lot more power than they were designed to put out. Plus a great specialist. Which to be brutally honest i would not have under taken this GT project without. I remember that day i drove to Bedford to have a chat with Ned about coming back to GT ownership. We discussed 3.2 or clover 170. I was tempted by the 3.2. But in the end after the potential of what could be achieved with wmi and hybrid turbo's and mapping, the younger more tunable car got my vote.

I was out last night, tuning meth onset, i had the roads and roundabouts pretty much to myself. It was a perfect night, dry and chilly. And the car felt amazing. Chassis is just amazing so communicative, and so is the steering. The car just flows, if that makes sense. And you feel so at one and part of the car in the twisty bits. Striking really considering it is a medium size coupe and not a french Renault sport hatch.

This is the thing, i knew and believed in what this car could be having owned one before. I had some epic drives with my 2004 GT on koni fsd's and eibach ARB kit, with remap. I bought that 1 owner car off a snowy Arthur Daley forecourt in the sussex countryside for just under 3k with 40k.. And it really never gave me any trouble. One memorable drive was across France to my mums down south in St Raphael. Taking in some awesome mountain and coastal roads. The way it drove through those magical sun drenched picturesque road sections, was something i would never forget. And quite frankly the reason i am back in another today. My point being, most people buy and own GT's are unknowing properly what this chassis is capable of. I know at the end of the day it all costs money, but the potential of this coupe is something else.

And through social media now its great to be able to share this cars true potential. I do indeed think the GT is becoming more popular as a tunable coupe. Which i think is a great thing.

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What sort of methanol consumption are you getting out of curiosity?

I'm assuming you've got some sort of controller that controls the level of meth injection depending on boost level? Or does the system run a set rate of injection regardless of more boost once you hit the 19psi onset?
Well at 14psi i was getting around 70 miles to a 2.5 litre tank when driving fast which was not impressive. Now i should get nearly double that. The rate of injection is set on the WMI boost control board. Basically mine injects at a trigger of 19psi for a preset injection rate.

You can have things added to your system as you go along. Each different engine boost arrangement and thus set demand is obviously very different, so its hard to judge from the get go. I may go with a bigger tank. See how i get on for now.

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Well at 14psi i was getting around 70 miles to a 2.5 litre tank when driving fast which was not impressive. Now i should get nearly double that. The rate of injection is set on the WMI boost control board. Basically mine injects at a trigger of 19psi for a preset injection rate.

You can have things added to your system as you go along. Each different engine boost arrangement and thus set demand is obviously very different, so its hard to judge from the get go. I may go with a bigger tank. See how i get on for now.

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Thanks for the info. Always wondered what sort of consumption water/meth injection gives.

I'm assuming you are going to be hitting the track regularly over the summer? Have you ever considered an IC water spray kit to cool the IC and air intake temp before you come on boost during track runs? Not really sure of the cost involved and for daily use its probably only useful when stuck in heavy traffic. But on a track day it could be useful to avoid heat soak and keep a more consistent intake temp?

Great work on your car btw! Would love to have the funds to do something similar (although passing the MOT here in Sweden would be another story.....) and its great to see someone so devoted to their car. Keep the good work up
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Central locking button micro-switch broken on my black key FOB so had to remove fuses 12 and 13 to drive it home without the alarm going mental. Getting it repaired tomorrow.....hopefully not going to cost too much to get the switch replaced.
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Central locking button micro-switch broken on my black key FOB so had to remove fuses 12 and 13 to drive it home without the alarm going mental. Getting it repaired tomorrow.....hopefully not going to cost too much to get the switch replaced.
my gta is the first car i've ever owned with central locking and this is a constant worry lol. not even sure if I have an alarm but this is handy to know! How did you get in the car and where are these fuses, is it that fuse box attached to the battery? not sure if it's that same on your car but i have this plastic box contraption attached to one of the terminals
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The old girl made it through technical inspection yesterday eve. (ITV, the MOT equivalent here)
Only one advisory on right front light where a bulb apparently isn't sitting perfectly in the holder.
I know I always struggle for room fitting those, so that sounds plausible.
Not bad for an 11 yo car with 264 000 km on the clock
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that's impressive mileage, my 2003 has 130k on it. I hope it lasts for as many miles as yours
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that's impressive mileage, my 2003 has 130k on it. I hope it lasts for as many miles as yours
Note that I'm euro-metric and stated 264 000 km not miles; that's only about 160-odd k miles, so not overly impressive, but still getting on a bit.
I'd expect to get 200+k miles out of a 1.9 jtd, but I might trade it in earlier as the mrs' 147 jtd has 100k miles on it now and I'll be driving that one when she gets a newer car (probably next year).
We've adopted a policy of her driving a somewhat younger car that's unlikely to give issues and after 4-5 years she passes it on to me when it needs more frequent tinkering.
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my gta is the first car i've ever owned with central locking and this is a constant worry lol. not even sure if I have an alarm but this is handy to know! How did you get in the car and where are these fuses, is it that fuse box attached to the battery? not sure if it's that same on your car but i have this plastic box contraption attached to one of the terminals
I popped the boot open and climbed in......even though I have a SW its definitely not easy when you're 6'5" haha

The two fuses are located in the fuse box next to the steering column. You need to pull fuse 12 AND 13 which are both 10A fuses located on the bottom row. The second and third from left. Check you owners manual around page 147 or something iirc and it will show the fuses for the horn and accessories. So you won't have any stereo, heating or interior lighting BUT you can get home.

Just remember to put the fuses back in when you stop the car otherwise the alarm will run off the battery!

Also note that the next time you start the car, in my case at least, the horns weren't blaring but the indicator lights were flashing on and off which is the alarm going off silently. So you need to get the FOB repaired to disarm the alarm and I wouldn't recommend using the car after getting home until you get the FOB fixed. Which I did today for all of 40 quid and it works a treat again
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The old girl made it through technical inspection yesterday eve. (ITV, the MOT equivalent here)
Only one advisory on right front light where a bulb apparently isn't sitting perfectly in the holder.
I know I always struggle for room fitting those, so that sounds plausible.
Not bad for an 11 yo car with 264 000 km on the clock
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that's impressive mileage, my 2003 has 130k on it. I hope it lasts for as many miles as yours
264000kms is 160k miles, so You've not got far to go
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264000kms is 160k miles, so You've not got far to go
haha sorry I shouldn't have said miles my gta has 130k km on it, we also use km in straya
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