everyone on here will always recommend to do everything, because if your told not to and it later goes you will only come back and moan :cheese:Hi all,
I have recently purchased an Alfa Romeo 156 2.0JTS and have a few questions. I hope you can help.
I was following the thread below regarding cambelt and other engine parts. Is it best to have the belts, tensioners, water pump & variater carried out at the same time?
Further to this, what Alfa Romeo specialist/garage in Kent would be best to use?
Finally, I'll be driving the 156 around a little bit before the cambelt change. I presume it should hold out for 50 miles before I get it done?
when i did my 147 ts, i changed the timing belt and tensioner only, the water pump and variator both original and currently @ 106k still fine.
and it depends when the last belt change was done... it could snap the next time you turn the key.....