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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i recently experienced the same issue. it can be your tensioner pulley or your water pump see the belts are connected to the pulleys and sometimes get worn out and need to be replaced. especially on a older car see a mecanic
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
honestly, I've not seen an alfa romeo here in the philippines but i think you problem is partly electrical and the electronic side of the car. something on your car is heating up so much that it cuts the power to the ignition once it has. it is a possibility that a damaged ignition coil or a faulty computer box(if your car has one) or the control system that regulates the spark distribution system or the injectors(if your car is fuel injected type).
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
check all vacume hoses for splits.this sounds also like air being drawn from the fuel tank sender unit which could be corroded.is there a strong smell of fuel inside the car?this could also be a secondary jet being blocked in the carb if it has one.good luck
Posted on May 18, 2009
your nissan primera nats alarm is connected to the factory fitted stereo. check your stereo fuse as these are the symtoms i have done this before
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
Your Nissan Primera has an on-board diagnostic computer which can detect malfunctions in either engine or transmission.
When the Engine Management light remains lit, this means some faults are present and need investigating.
From what you've described, one of the issues is indeed related to the transmission, but you will need to have the trouble codes (DTC's) extracted from your vehicle's computer, in order to determine what requires repair.
Whenever power is disconnected (i.e. the battery) and re-connected, this resets your vehicle's computer momentarily, until such time as it detects the fault again.
Recommend you either have your local dealer extract the codes (for a small 15min labor fee), or learn to extract the codes yourself, using a suitable jumper wire.
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Posted on May 02, 2010
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