Question about Fiat Grande
I have a 56 plate 2007 grande punto 1.4 active sport, none of the fans are working, they don't blow anything out which is a real problem coming up to winter, I have heard this is a frequent problem with these cars and wondered if fiat call backed their cars and wether mine would qualify?
Due to the age of that car, there is nothing you can claim under warranty or recall.
Posted on Jul 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The fan for the heater
I had this problem too and managed to bodge a fix. There are a bunch of cables under the passenger side dash and one of them seems to be connected to this. I used a wiring tie to reposition the offending cable and it now works again.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
Don't even try adjust or open the unit. Call the dealer or take it back to him or you will invalidate your warranty and that is not worth it. Let the dealer worry about it.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
SOURCE: At what mileage do I
the ideal way in changing plugs is to replace it every time you change your engine oil, which is aroung 10,000 kms or 6 months (depending on the oil used). but to save some money, you can always check first the condition of your plugs if it really needs to be changed.
you can check the condition of your plugs by removing it from the cylinder head and checking its contacts:
1. if the contact is brownish in color, then your plug is still perfectly fine.
2. if it is not brown, there is either something wrong in your plug or your engine. so this will be a good time to replace your plugs.
*** tip - when changing your spark plugs, always replace all of them at the same time with the same model and same brand. this technique will ensure that your plugs will be consistent in providing spark always.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
is engine turning over but not firing if so then i think that this combined with the fact you had a low battery it could have damaged the ECU but to confirm this you will have to back it to a dealer who has access to the dealer service network via the internet ,sorry to give you the bad news it may not even show any engine light fault thats readable.If all this started after a flat battery and a jump start then it could be a classic syndrome applicable to a lot of newer cars ,
Posted on Mar 02, 2012
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