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  1. Alfa 159, Brera & Spider
    So 6 week ago I bought an 09 plate 159 42k miles from a large Scottish dealer. A day after picking it up I noticed a few things including worn upper wishbone bushes (MOT fail?) but the main thing was a rotational grinding sound coming from the drivers side front wheel. It's only apparent at...
  2. Poll Room
    With Joke Wars 2012 in full flow in WOT, who on AO tells the worst jokes?
  3. Alfa GTA
    I was low on fuel so crept up to the station using as little as possible. Fill it to the brim, and this is what my computer says I'll get off a tank! It started off lower, but took me a while to get phone out in traffic for a cheeky snap :eek:
  4. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Has anyone else suffered this problem, admitedly it is a niggle rather than a major issue but my on-board computer seems to be a pathological lier? I don't know what I've done for it to treat me this way but it just can't seem to tell me the truth :lol: Its really only the date, mpg and I...
  5. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    This is the message I received: "Boost Pressure sensor A circuit high The reason for this fault is that ECU has received very high signal from the sensor. The fault is not detected now, but it is stored in memory. Clear fault codes, and observe for future appearance of the same fault. Dashboard...
  6. Alfa 164 & 166
    Since I cleared my fault codes a few weeks ago, I thought it was wise to do another quick scan today and Alfadiag reported that lambda#1 had recorded 'No Signal' on 128 occasions (which is probably the number of times I have driven it since). :eek: Obviously I'm going to check the connections...
  7. International Motor Sport
    NASCAR is better than F1
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