20 Most Recent 2006 Fiat X1/9 Questions & Answers

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.

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Mar 01, 2019

Blend door may be stuck or heater core is clogged .

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Jun 05, 2018

check fuses first, if all fuses ok then u have bad cig lighter.

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Mar 20, 2016

check all connectors, fuse and check smo hose and pipe for clogging(air&fuel lines)

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Dec 25, 2014

You might need to clean the sensors due to collect Alot of dirt off the road the sensors. Are located behind the brake discs and rear drums u might have to clean them all and if that don\'t work get them reset.

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on May 16, 2014

Fiat Palio 1.2 , Break lights problem
1. checked the fuse - ok
2. checked the bulbs - ok
3. change the break switch - ok
what can be the problem ?

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Jan 29, 2014

i am driving a fiat palio 1.2 , the break lights on it does not work, what i have done i have check the fuse, it was ok the , check the bulbs they were ok and then change the break switch , still they are not working .
just want to know what could be the problem ?

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Jan 29, 2014

white smoke is an indicator of coolant leaking into the combustion, so a leak down test

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Jan 28, 2014

Check there are no faulty bulbs on the indicator circuits, and that all bulbs are of the correct wattage.
(Water in a lamp connector can also cause erratic indicator operation due electrolysis/corrosion).
Check alternator running / battery operating voltage does not exceed 14.5V.

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Dec 10, 2013

<grin> I don't know why or how this ended up under the category of Fiat 2006 X1/9 - I'd like to have one but I think I will have to be satisfied with my '87 Bertone instead-
I would highly recommend you have a shop replace the sensor (very soon!) with a pressure gauge to measure the pressure directly to make certain you aren't dealing with a failed or obstructed oil pump. This will only take a few minutes and shouldn't cost much. If your engine isn't clattering, I suspect the replacement sensor isn't any good either.

2006 Fiat X1/9 | Answered on Nov 25, 2013

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