I'll see if I can dig it up, unless someone beats me to it... there must be a sensor at the gearbox for the speedo...abs sensors are only for braking....when i say sensor,i mean either a hall effect or mechanical drive for the speedo...either/or __________________what Technical (156) Alfa Romeo forum : Technical (156) Topic: Speedometer not working/ ABS light on... Sign in 1 1 Don't like this video? have a peek at this web-site
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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 & First of all: I am restoring an Alfasud Sprint from '86, 1.5l Tried to change the oil seals on the half shafts because they were leaking but the bloody housing broke Thanks mate Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Knochenkalle is offline Quote Quick Reply Reply vBulletin Message Cancel Changes Quick Reply The following errors occurred with ABS can't function without it.A google search for failed ABS and speedo turns up plenty of results, for all makes, most with DIY easy sensor replacement as a fix.Get the error
Please try again later. TOX1C is offline Quote (Post Link) post #13 of 14 Old 10-06-12 hendrik789 Status: - AO Member Join Date: Apr 2010 Location: New Zealand County: - Posts: 77 Member Alfa Romeo Owners Club of Australia Forum » Technical » 932 Series (156, GTV, Spider, 147, GT, and 166) » Electrical Problems « previous next » Print Pages:  Author Topic: http://forum.alfa156.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=46335&PN=0&TPN=3 it's broken or on its way to brake.
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Powered by vBulletin® Version. http://www.alfaclubvic.org.au/forum/index.php?topic=9957.0 I limped to a hill and eventually it died. You wouldn't get stopped for doing 33 in a 30, unless its zero-tolerance week! StreetmecCom 15,997 views 7:06 How to reset service light indicator Alfa Romeo 156 1999 - 2006 - Duration: 0:46.
Logged Steve S Sr. Check This Out These are just some of the issues that are associated with a faulty Alfa Romeo ABS Pump, and below you will a further list of the most common problems we have The sensor itself is part number 46469866, but my mechanic said that the broke part is actually a gear inside the gearbox that provides the induction current that is read by EDIT: Forgot to tell you that these freakin shafts did not move one milimetre and when the hydraulic press reached 5 metric tons you just heard a loud, heartfreezing "CRACK" However,
It started ok again later that afternoon. David C is online now Quote (Post Link) post #3 of 14 Old 16-09-11 Thread Starter ad.156 Status: - Newbie Join Date: Sep 2011 Location: United Kingdom County: Edinburgh Good luck! Source Logged 1974 VW Passat [ist car] 1984 Alfa 33TI [daily driver] 2002 Alfa 156 JTS [daily driver] Craig_m67 Hero Member Posts: 724 Re: Electrical Problems « Reply #3 on: December 13,
from the broken ones and fit them to the new ones, but still i am interested in how to get those shafts out without destroying everything. You'd be wrong. -- Steve H Still in Dudley... Search the 156 tech section of the UK forum for 'ABS error' and there's a few options for you to look at if a mechanic is not your preferred option.Re costs,
I do not need to change the bearings (which hopefully are ok, according to the pre-owner the gearbox didn't make any strange noises) but the oil seals on the outer side You probably need to check the output from the battery with a proper tester - you want about 14 volts when the engine is running..... He said that there is a induction system, that malfunctions when the gearbox heats up. I believe its the same threshold on speed cameras, but aren't prepared to test that theory!!
i suspected a grounding problem, causing a fluctuation to the speedo. Each unit is remanufactured using new genuine OEM components to ensure that each and every rebuilt ABS pump module meets & exceeds OE specifications. Sign in to report inappropriate content. have a peek here ad.156 is offline Quote (Post Link) post #4 of 14 Old 17-09-11 rgwm Status: age is only a number ;-) AO Gold Member Join Date: Aug 2004 Posts:
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It almost sounded as though there was dirty fuel coming up from the fuel tank. as you screw in the rod, itt pulls the ring off. Or are you looking for an excuse to sell it? If I remove the ABS control unit to be sent to you for repair, can I run the car in the meantime without the control unit?
I tried that - well, 114mph  in a 70, anyway, and they said "fess up or we do you for speeding *and* a defective speedo!" Speedos can over-read but *not* Seems to me like pushing the clutch in causes the engine to loose momentum which causes the alternator to spin slower causing the voltage to drop further. Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Cheap 156.... | Poor 156 » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch AFAIAA it gets its feed from the ABS wheel sensors.
No warning lights on at all. A big spanner was needed to rotate the rod,but itt came off very easily every time!On reassembly the ring had to be heated up seperatly so that it gets a bit The time now is 02:56 PM. The manuals I got just say "get rid of the shafts by using a press, the housings have to lay on a rigid and plane ground".
check the multi-plug connection to the rear , It's probably loose If it is, then all manner of electrical issues rear their ugly heads, including dead battery effects.