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Old 28-05-10
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Giulietta Owners Manual online

Available here >>>>

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Alfa 191? Is that the official Alfa number of the Giulietta? Hmm, I wonder what number the Mito is.
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Alfa 191? Is that the official Alfa number of the Giulietta? Hmm, I wonder what number the Mito is.
I'm not sure it works like that - it says MiTo is 145 and the 159 is 140

Full site for any Fiat Group Manual is eLearn ELearning Home Page

On closer examination MiTo seems to be 955 as the model prefix on all the manuals

159 939
Brera 946
Giulietta 940


Thanks to LAKIN (Member here) for the link

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Ive just skimmed through it, pretty normal. Some nice features like the lights come on on unlocking the car, sort of outside courtesy lights.

A strange one on cleaning the engine, it says clean the engine bay thoroughly after each winter, being careful not to direct water jet at the electricals. I didnt think it was wise to jet water anywhere in the engine bay (P222)

Also the multiair and the QV use the same spark plugs, yet the change interval for the multiair is much shorter than the QV

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A strange one on cleaning the engine, it says clean the engine bay thoroughly after each winter, being careful not to direct water jet at the electricals. I didnt think it was wise to jet water anywhere in the engine bay (P222)
Can't you just see that ending in tears?
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Impressive oil change interval on the 1750 TBi


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And to think some people though Alfa were being a bit optimistic with the Cambelt change interval of 5 years / 72 K miles on the Twin Spark engines
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Does anybody know if the navigating signals or whatever you call them (the ones you use when you are about to turn) are on the right site of the steering wheel or on the left?
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The indicator stalk you mean? Left.

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The indicator stalk you mean? Left.
Yes. This really really sucks
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Yes. This really really sucks
Why
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Originally Posted by David P View Post
Why
It should be on the right, left hand is supposed to change gear. Like it is the other way around on LHD
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It's the same on the 147 & I've never before seen anyone having an issue with it.
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Originally Posted by led zeppelin View Post
Yes. This really really sucks
I agree, I have driven lots of Korean cars with the indicator stalk on the right side of the steering wheel in a RHD car and it is a much better system, as you can flick the indicators up and down at the same time as changing gear.
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Point is it should be on the right, simple ergonomics. This is all englands fault
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Originally Posted by led zeppelin View Post
Point is it should be on the right, simple ergonomics. This is all englands fault
If the rest of the world hadn't have been so bolshi and had driven right side of the road (left that is) then all indicator stalks would be on the right.
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Not to be picky but you should have plenty of time to flick an indicator prior to changing gear for any turn. Give other road users plenty of notice that you're about to manouver.

Besides, whichever side the indicator stalk is on; you'll get used to it quickly enough after a few embarrasing moments where you want to turn right but your windscreen wipers come on

Of course, in a BMW, they don't have any indicator stalks
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Maybe TCT would make things better. Anybody has a clue how TCT is going to be? i mean how you will change gear?

This is from mito thumb.output.php?src=2010%2FALFA_ROMEO%2FMODELLI_A TTUALI%2F100224_AR_MiTo_01.jpg&wmax=1024&hmax=1024 &quality=80&bgcol=FFFFFF&type=2&sid=a5cd8548880a6d b2d7dab7523fa4a5c5

I guess it will be something on the steering wheel

Besides, whichever side the indicator stalk is on; you'll get used to it quickly enough after a few embarrasing moments where you want to turn right but your windscreen wipers come on
Yeah that's what happened at first. I drive cars with both systems and when i drive one with the stalk on the left i hate it

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If it's a choice between needing to use the indicators or the wipers at the same time as changing gear I know which I'd rather use.

I'd rather be able to see where I was going than tell someone where I was thinking of going
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Originally Posted by AlfaBliss View Post
Alfa 191? Is that the official Alfa number of the Giulietta? Hmm, I wonder what number the Mito is.
When the page loads from the posted link; click the link '191 - Giulietta' and it takes you back to the 'Choose model' page.

...where you will see that the Mito is '145'.

If you weren't seeing the page at all, it might have been a temporary problem - it seems ok now...
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If it's a choice between needing to use the indicators or the wipers at the same time as changing gear I know which I'd rather use.

I'd rather be able to see where I was going than tell someone where I was thinking of going
as MJROSE says there should be plenty of time to Mirror Signal Manouvre. If you are already turning when you signal you might as well be like a BMW driver ! They need to be told about direction indicators and their stalk
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As long as the indicator stalk can be moved without having to take my had off the wheel, I'm happy. Most cars I've driven have it on the left, though, so having it on the right annoys me.

On a similar note, I'm a tiny bit annoyed that Giulietta has reverse gear in the top left of the gate, a pet hate of mine when parallel parking, but I'll get used to it, I suppose...
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