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Who would buy an Alfa with the Oil Warning light on ...

  • No one that would be madness ...

    Votes: 5 14.3%
  • Only the insane ...

    Votes: 9 25.7%
  • Maybe someone who wants the break the car ...

    Votes: 4 11.4%
  • That's just crazy talk ...

    Votes: 3 8.6%
  • Darren156

    Votes: 20 57.1%
  • Other???

    Votes: 4 11.4%

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Well who would??? :eek:
 

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I suppose it depends on what Alfa it was, and how much it was for sale for..
 

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:lol: :lol: (You knew someone would have to do this don't you :thumbs:)
 

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Yes if I checked the dipstick and it had oil and I had reason to believe oil pressure was OK and it was just a faulty sender unit :p
 

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I wouldn't but i suppose there are plenty of people out there (not just Darren156) who would.

They are just crazy like that.
 
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The money I paid for it just about covers the new Goodyear Eagle NCT2's that are fitted (The ones that will be getting thrown on my 156 V6 along with the wheels), so laugh it up boys, :D

I know I am!!! :lol:
 

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And what if you can open the bonnet?

What if you cant open the door?

What if the key was missing?

Your point being?
 

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2 ways of curing oil problem (from the distant past)

1 Owner of 6 cyl Toyota: got small screwdriver and pushed it through the bulb --- cured.

2 Old jaguar showing about 10 pounds pressure instead of 35 / 40:
Take out pressure switch and apply air line.
Result: gauge reads 40: cured.

Do Alfas have a suspect pressure relief valve on the oil pump?

Darren, you have one of your usual bargains, they're only jealous.
 
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