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Can ferrari 612 scaglietti service light turned off manualy?

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NO,it has to be done by a Ferrari dealer.they like to make sure your service book is upto date,as this helps resale value.

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In terms of style and automotive technology, it is the Ferrari that leads the pack and the new F430 is definitely full of promise. It is the update of the 350 Modena and the model first graced the world at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September.
It still retains the unmistakable Ferrari look that originated with the Enzo and a number of design elements were adapted and incorporated. It has the all-new 4.3-liter engine with 490 horsepower. The unit was based on the engines of the Maserati models.
The basic look of the Ferrari F430 originates from the F355 and it was from the F355 that the 360 Modena evolved. Soon, the F430 adapted the look.
While the 360 has these horizontal headlights, the Ferrari F430 features vertical headlights almost identical to the Enzo's. The F430 also has bigger front air intakes and a small splitter in the middle much like the Enzo. The F430 has eliminated the small nose in the center of the bumper and features a larger front spoiler air duct on the trailing edge.
The influence of the Enzo on the Ferrari F430 is maintained on both the rear and lower air intakes. The taillights are mounted high on the back fascia. There are five cutouts on all sides of the engine cover of the F430 while there is none for the 360. The rear air diffuser with Enzo-esque vertical canes is more prominent on the F430 and the rear bumper has a more natural integration into the rear body compared to the 360.
The aluminum space frame of the Ferrari F430 and the 360 are basically the same but the F430 has that Maserati 4.3 liter V8 engine. It has an output of 490 horsepower with a torque of 343 lb-ft. It is certainly more powerful than the 360 Modena with a higher power-to-weight ratio. In just 4 seconds, the F430 can reach 62 mph with a top speed of 196 mph.
The F430 is the pioneering V8 Ferrari to have driver aid control fixed to the steering wheel, as seen previously on the 612 Scaglietti and Enzo. There is a knob on the right known as the manettino by the drivers on the Ferrari F1 team. It controls the dynamic modes of the car. Shifting with the de riguer paddle shifters can be done in just 150 milliseconds and this sends power through the differential, which is electronically controlled. Such a new technology was adapted from the F1 team. The 19-inch, dual-spoke wheels of the F430 are reminiscent to the Enzo's. $20,000 carbon-ceramic brakes can also be fitted as an add-on.
Like all Ferrari vehicles, the F430 does not come cheap. When it became available in the US, it was in the $200,000 range but sold even higher than the window sticker price due to such a huge demand. The first few cars that were sold reportedly cost a quarter of a million dollars.
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How do change the bulb in my ferrari scaglietti 612


Now wait, you have a Ferrari and are too cheap to let a mechanic do this for you? It can be very hard to access these bulbs and you could cause other damage trying to get to it. Unless you are an experienced mechanic, I wound recommend you not try.

Jan 09, 2015 | Ferrari Cars & Trucks

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Noisy bearing noise when engine is started follows rpm of motor ..bearing noise or normal


sounds like its time for a different car.. did the shop look at it before you bought it? and they cetified it was good??I would be taking it back...there is such a thing as a lemon law..

Dec 21, 2013 | 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

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How do i reset service warning light on my ferrari 612


You need an OBII scanner to reset lights. They sell for about $60 and up

Mar 14, 2011 | 2007 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Coupe

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2005 ferrari 612 timing belt changing frequency


Generally timing belts should be changed every 60,000 mi. to 80,000 mi. on most cars, as the rubber gets old over that distance of driving.

Aug 19, 2010 | 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

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How do I reset the service light on 2006 Ferrari 612?


try removing the negative battery lead on your car for 7 min. and if doesnt go off you need an electronic scan tool designed for cars model to reset it...

Apr 07, 2010 | 2004 Ferrari 360 Modena

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Jump start


The battery "jumper terminals" are in the engine bay on the right side. You have to remove the black steel cover plate by removing the 3 screws, then you'll find the terminals. The positive terminal is marked red, unless your previous owner has resprayed the engine bay.
Be careful if you are 'jumping' the battery; the power source has to be even. If you can not use a boost pack and have to use jump leads from another car, make sure the other car engine is switched off - you can damage the management system

May 15, 2008 | 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

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New 599 Styling


I personally think the 599 GTB Fiorano is the single best deal in the exotic car market today. Think about it, and it's competition.
For a huge front engine Halo GT car, there's the McMerc SLR, which costs $455,000, while the GTB costs about $250,000 - $300,000. It's also faster.
If you wanted that engine in an Enzo, you pay about a million, but in the GTB, less than $300,000.

What about other 600 horsepower cars? Carrera GT was $444,000 and was a beast to handel.
The styling? I think it looks brilliant. The agressive front end with the powerfull bonnett. The flying buttresses and the rear diffuser are fabulous. The interior is bespoke, and there's a big boot. I wish it had 4 rear tail lights, but thats just my personal ferrari thing.

I LOVE that car, its my dream car.

May 14, 2008 | 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Coupe

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