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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Few days ago my Son bought from a Fiat garage a second-hand Doblo (2002, diesel). The maintenance work was done at the garage before delivery the car. From the beginning an intermittent problem appeared: impossible to restart the car after having lef it unstarted from a moment (short or long does not change anything), after several retries can be started again. The mechanic guy of the garage tested the car with the electronic tooling but found nothing abnormal. Do you have any idea about what could be the cause ?
Looking at the forum I've seen mentions about the RPM sensor (defective or misaligned ?).
Thank you for your help,
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
1. Disconnect the battery from car terminals.
2. Remove the alternator drive serpentine belt.
2.1. The serpentine belt routing diagram for Fiat Doblo 1.9 without A/C (Air Conditioning)
2.2. The serpentine belt routing diagram for Fiat Doblo 1.9 with A/C (Air Conditioning)
3. Disconnect electrical connection wires of the alternator.
4. Remove the alternator fixation bolts.
5. Remove the alternator out from the engine.
6. Install all in reverse order of the alternator removal.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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