Mirrors look great alfaitalia - they go nicely with the other silver bits - wheels, handles etc.
I drowned the siren on my 147 by jetwashing it, think it was under one of the front arches, but can't be sure....and today's problem is.....! Well more of an annoyance that a problem. The bleep that happens when you lock or unlock has become near silent...you can just about hear it when you are right next to the car if there is no other noise. Where is the bleeper? Not had time to look for it yet. I can't help thinking it might have had something to do with the deepish water is had to drive through this morning as it started soon after. The water was only about 6 inches deep and I drove slowly...but my car is very low. Anyone got any ideas? The alarm works fine and the indicators flash...just a very quite bleep!
This is on my list of to do's. Out of interest Seasidave how long did it take you to get the subframe off, how much of a headache is it?Been a busy week on my 2.4 2010, but it was well over due.
Front Subframe off and sandblasted treated (POR15 x 2 coats), new engine and gearbox stabilisers added. 2 new front swing arms. New Rear red callipers, brake discs, pads and brake hose, new brake fluid and all flushed. Repaired hose from dpf (found a split hose when removing the subframe), all seats out to fit the two new handbrake cables, had a new seat cable and handle fitted by an upholsterer as one was snapped. Front bumper off, removed all 4 grills, sandblasted and repainted (POR15), broken headlight washer replaced. Sorted dodgy dodgy ballast out whilst accessible. Two new 18’ continentals on the front, tracking and alignment, air con regassed, 2 new front powerflex anti roll bar bushes. Oil and filter change, pollen filter (looked like it had never been done!), diesel filter and air filter. Big put back together with numerous bolts rethreaded etc, good grease and waxoyl. 10 new undertray bolts.
Would like to do the rear subframe next
No issue, its just a 'bug you until you've done it' light.Hello everyone ,I own an Alfa 159 1.9 jtdm,recently I had an oil change,however the mechanic did not reset the service light,I will be going to him this week about it. My question is:
Can I keep driving normally till I go to reset it,and does the DPF regen work while the service light is on?
By service light i ONLY mean the little wrench icon,I do not have a DPF or Check Engine light on.