Please try again later. langers View Member Profile Find Member's Posts 14th February 2011 21:42 Post #18 | Print Forum Moderator Group: Moderator Posts: 5,435 Joined: 14th April 2008 Local Time: 12th November 2016 14:57 Its a real pain when customers have paid for a car with a full tank and the guage reads three-quarters. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose How to change Alfa Romeo 156 Fuel Pump Kegham Karsian SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe8282 Loading... have a peek at this web-site
Maybe the sensor is sticking inside the tank. But I look at the kilometers : I know that at 500km I've to think to refill my car ! :D wheelnutwillie11-06-2004, 08:33 AMHi my 2.5 did it too I find Automotive Forums .com Car Chat > Alfa Romeo > 156 > faulty fuel gauge!! faulty fuel gauge!!
Mine got stuck once, would show 1/4 tank even full. Sign in to make your opinion count. More Search Options [X] My Assistant Loading. http://www.automotiveforums.com/t117968-faulty_fuel_gauge_.html Sign in Statistics 15,893 views 17 Like this video?
So if you have the wire removed from the sending unit and the gauge still goes to full, the gauge is getting a ground connection someplace else. I often notice if I park my girlfriend's GTV on our (very) sloped drive the light will be on when you start it and it reads just over minimum, but then Like many others mine suffered with the rear brake whistling - fixed during service at no cost.My dealer (Platts) are excellent too. ApexKnives 528 views 1:33 Gauges (Part 5) - How to Test & Diagnose the System - Duration: 4:15.
It doesn't seem to go passed the quarter tank mark and the reserve light comes on and then goes off whilst driving. http://forum.alfa145.com/index.php?showtopic=18160 so I nursed the car to the nearest petrol station and filled up (as I know the gauges are notoriously inaccurate) ... Sign in to add this video to a playlist. My car's a 2 litre engine.
Rating is available when the video has been rented. http://pgelections.com/alfa-romeo/alfa-romeo-gtv-heater-not-working.html Disconnecting the black ground wire that plugs into the back of the gauge: Not familiar with this, which car? Reply to this comment Actions Fix the spelling and grammar Delete this comment 22nd Apr 2003, 04:47 I am the proud/nervous owner of a 4 year old 2.0TS 156.The original comment AnswerThis is a typical problem when crimp connections are not properly terminated.
Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. If I disconnect the (pink, as per original wiring diagram) gauge power wire at the fusebox, the gauge does not move off E when the key is turned on. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Source Back to Top Page 1 2 3 of 3Next>> Printable version Forum Jump -- Select Forum -- General forum -La Gazzetta -Buy & Sell -General Chat alfa156.net forum
Back to Top mauromasucciJunior Alfisti Joined: 18†March†2007 Online Status: OfflinePosts: 244 Posted: 04†July†2009 at 00:43 | IP Logged Mine can vary by a quarter of a tank depending how Most these early Vitaloni gauge senders operate in the range of 0 - 100 ohms. upon starting the engine the gauge got up to about half full and then dropped back to empty again almost immediately, I stopped and started the car once more and it
jamesfreddys 19,266 views 7:48 Alfa Romeo 156 V6 fuel pump removal and testing. - Duration: 2:05. Licensed to: Alfa145.com Google search VB search Search Home Forums General Forums Guests, New Members & Introductions - Please Read AlfaBB AutoGuide Forum Support / Help Suggestions & Comments about AlfaBB Today 07:51 AM by Simi 46 4 Attachment(s) Swedish -65 GT... I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate.
Well no, not really, as this is my third one -Number one Alfa 156, brilliant, no problems at all, no reliability issues, just the normal servicing, that's on a 5 year Your solutions is fine if I know I've got an empty tank. For now at least -------------------- Macca View Member Profile Find Member's Posts 3rd November 2010 18:55 Post #13 | Print 1.6 16v Group: Veteran Posts: 1,099 Joined: 20th July 2010 Local have a peek here InternationalAutoWeb 8,982 views 11:22 MGB Fuel Sending Unit / Fuel Gauge - Duration: 4:09.
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lolalso the resverve light and needle has a mind of its own sometimes the gauge could be nearly empty but the light not on and it could be near a 1/4 The plugs need to be disassembled and poor connections at the crimp on the wires corrected. I work for a car rental company so we are constantly checking fuel levels. Sign in Transcript Statistics 351 views 1 Like this video?
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So the Germans ain't all they are cracked up to be! The majority of Vauxhall and Peugeot guages never read full even when you have just brimmed the tank! kirk46 View Member Profile Find Member's Posts 16th October 2010 14:28 Post #5 | Print 1.7 16v Group: Veteran Posts: 3,857 Joined: 11th March 2010 Local Time: 12th November 2016 15:57 Moss Motors, Ltd. 78,576 views 4:15 Replace Lambda Sensor Alfa Romeo 156 1.8 ts 1998 - Duration: 12:36.
About UsTell FriendsHow to AskHow to VolunteerFAQTech SupportTop ExpertsExpert LoginBrowse Answers:By CategoryAlphabeticallyFind expert answers to:Find Help Search Members Calendar View PollsGarage Search this forum only? My ti's fuel gauge is quite good and reasonably predictable. Google search VB search Search Home Forums The Alfaowner Experience Announcements & Comments Newbie Area Supported Alfa Romeo Models Technical & Vehicle Assistance Alfa Romeo Club Events Alfa Romeo Meets & Probably not in the gauge as if it were internal to the gauge, external changes would not affect it.
Is it an easy problem mechancially/electrically to solve? Totally hopeless.