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Injection warning light came on, so stopped the car switched ignition off and restarted. After bout 2 miles warning light came on again, then the temp gauge went throught the roof, any ideas???

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  • beniti Sep 13, 2008

    hi,i have a problem with my alfa romeo 146 ,1.6 twin sport, the older is 2000 and is injection warning light came on erevytime and not work good and not have a power to move sufficiently.i want to ask is a problem with e pomb benzin or something alse.



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