I was wondering if you would be able to give me advice on an Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 V6 (2000 model). October last year I had a cam belt snapped, which obviously caused all 24 valves to bend as well as 3 lifters. After standing a few months we finally found a mechanic confident enough to work on the car and he got it fixed, it started and ran beautifully….for a few hours then it just cut out and died. After hours and hours of inspection it was determined that the fuel pump relay and the injector relays were faulty replaced but for some reason the problem turned from an intermittent to a permanent fault and my mechanic is breaking his head trying to solve the problem. We had a diagnostician look at it but for some reason he can’t pick up the ECU? Please, please give me some advice, what can I do? How can we solve the problem? I live in a small little town in South African, and Alfa specialists are extremely rare here…I’ve spend thousands and thousands of South African rand on the car and I don’t know how much more my pocket can handle do you have ANY advice, anything we can do or try? Mechanic is saying something about needing a wiring diagram to check all the wires. I love the car, it’s a beaut and drives like a dream. How can it go from running perfectly, to standing and getting faulty that the problem can’t be found. There must be something that we are overlooking or something that is just not adding up.. Thank you for taking the time to read this message. May you have a blessed day!