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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
possibly heater hoses or engine coolant hoses get them looked at A>S>A>P as your repair billcould be horrendous,check that the clamps are tight should be straightfoward fix,get any knowledgable friend to look for the answer if youre not sure dont drive it tillits fixed or youll cook the engine
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
The most common reason for this is low hydraulic fluid. The noise is probably the pump running while empty. When fluid id present it dampens that noise. Behind the rear seat is the combination motor/pump/reservoir. With the top in the DOWN position, fill the reservoir with ATF and cycle the system a few times as far as it will go. Repeat until the reservoir will take no more fluid. If that works, it is only a patch fix. You must now inspect the lines, motor and cylinders for leaks. The fluid does not evaporate. If it is low, you have a leak. Karl at topgunwon.com
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: Ferrari 360 dead battery
Correct, the battery is in the passenger footwell under the aluminum plate. It is perfectly fine to charge the battery here, but it is not recommended to jump start. Also, it is possible to get in the trunk without having power. There is an emergency release pull tab under the drivers side dash. Quite easy to use, actually I normally use this in lieu of the normal electric release.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
The 360 has an access panel behind the seats. To get to the panel the interior trim behind the seats has to be entirely removed. Assuming that you have changed belts before, as an interference engine with tight tolerances, you can not be off one notch without destroying the engine.
the tensioner pulleys should be replaced with the belts. you can spin the bearings to check them but after all the work getting there I would replace them. tension is set through eccentrics.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
SOURCE: Ferrari 360 Fi spider instrument
Time to open up the cluster and check for bulbs being out, or a shorted wire. Do the dials and gauges still work, and is there a dimmer on your model. I remember the older Ferrari's' having a dial type dimmer, you may have moved it to the lowest setting that would make them appear off.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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