Question about 1984 Alfa Romeo GTV6
The car starts and move normal,but the battery runs low after a drive of 30km,when I replace the flat battery with a fully charged one,then the car runs normal,what can I do to solve this problem please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1984 ALFA ROMEO SPYDER 2.0
Make sure the rubber boot on the mass airflow sensor/intake is seated properly and clamped down tighly. Sometimes when it is loose the torque reaction from the engine will cause the boot to pull away and it sucks air which will cause it to fall flat on its face and buck and surge.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
Possible worn spark plugs causing unduly high Voltage which cuts ECU to protect it from arcing feedback. This problem generally produced during acceleration. Car usually re-starts almost immediately. Replace plugs - clean leads should be a fix if these are the symtoms
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
SOURCE: My Alfa 166 3.0 loses
There is a belt that rolls the alternator and AC compressor belt. This belt sometime get's worn out. This belt makes the alternator not to charge fully if it gets worn out or slacks. When the car engine starts, the belt rotates very fast. And the faster it rotates, the higher the alternator give full charge to the battery and full current to other parts of the car.
So I believe this belt has kind of worn out or slack, there by not making the alternator fully run and the battery will not charge when this happens.
This has happened to me before, this is why I am suspecting this belt. I have forgotten the name of the belt, but I know it make the alternator and Ac compressor run at the same time when you start the engine.
Check this out, as it probably might be the cause of the problem.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
SOURCE: I have 1986 Alfa Spider that won't start. Car has been sitting for a year. I replaced battery, fuel tank, fuel sender unit, both fuel pumps. I seems that the in tank pumps is not getting any po
Could be the main or fuel run relay located in the compartment under the luggage rack, passenger side, main relay also, fuse for the fuel relay 8amp. Electronic Control Unit is also located there.
Could be electrical, Hook up a timing light, three leads: Power, Ground, and one that goes around the wire to #1 cyl. Turn the engine over and see if there's firing. Note: u can check all 4 spark plugs this way.
Fuse lead goes to pin 30 of the fuel relay, u can jump 30 across to 57 and check for the pumps running, if not, change-I suggest both relays, main and fuel run relays. Both pumps get their 12v DC from the fuel run relay, both should be running when you switch ignition switch to on, then a tachymetric signal is fed from the coil to the relay to keep it running.
Posted on Jun 22, 2012
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