Alfa Mito, 2010, 1.4NA, 6-speed
Thanks for all your advice up to this point.
So I have been away and skint because of it so I haven't made any progress with the car until today.
I was confident that the coil packs were at fault that I got a new set from AutoLusso delivered to me.
I put these on and no difference. I disconnected the battery so as to try and clear the fault code but still no difference when I put it back on.
So where next - is it likely to be the MAF after all and is their a smart way to identify that?
I would love to get the codes red but I am so skint that I cant afford the £40 to get it done.
Thanks in advance
Did you just change the coil packs or the HT cable that connect them to each other and did you use the same connecting logic some connect two plugs to same coil pack, others connect 1 to 3 and 2 to 4? Plus did you make sure the small brown earth cable was reattached?