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Chris145
post 28th February 2005 00:29
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Heater fan replacement

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post 28th February 2005 23:14
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post 1st March 2005 11:59
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Veky, we don't have your choice over in the UK.

as I think i will have the 2.0 JTD by now.


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post 13th December 2005 23:07
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hi..if it helps I just bought a 98 r reg 145 clover leaf 2.0 to replace a 51 plate skoda octavia vrs (sob! needed the money!) and it's a very good replacement..ok 2.0 a bit of a git to insure but she sure does go some..and that induction noise...go for a 2.0..its worth the bit xtra on the insurance....fuel consumption has been a pleasant suprise..even with "spirited" driving..just watch for excessive temp gauge readings in traffic..thats the only real fault mine has,,drives very well at 45k miles and still feels tight.
good luck
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post 25th January 2006 21:09
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I thought this might be relevant to this thread:

Alfa Romeo 145/146 Buyers Guide - Auto Italia
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post 25th January 2006 22:06
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Hello and welcome, gd luck finding a new car! biggrin.gif

This post has been edited by Alfa145_Mawv88: 25th January 2006 22:06


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post 21st March 2006 21:44
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This post rocks...I just wanted to start one with all those noob questions..Luckly I got on this one..

I am also aming at 145 1.6TS or 1.4TS...

just dont yell on me those are low power engines..

Its my first car, I am only 20 and I have done my drive exam just a 4 months ago..

So lets start with something lets say weaker...But let it be Alfa smile.gif
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post 3rd July 2006 23:52
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QUOTE(Chris145 @ Feb 17 2005, 12:07 PM) *
How to change the belts and variator

I haven't read the artile through, but its got balancer shafts so its a guide for the 2.0 engine.
http://home.hccnet.nl/jaap.bouma/PhaseVariator.htm




hi chris145
am new to alfas just bought a 145 cloverleaf lovely car smooth and fast but i have a glitch with it it has missfire hesitation between 2 and 3,000 rpm and seems to die a little then over 3000 rpm it takes of like a mad man on steroids any suggestions would be helpful. also i just decided to move a large woodworking lathe out of the garage so the alfa would fit in it and i dropped it on the drivers door leavinf a nice dent boo hoo hoo got so dispondent i stuck it on ebay for sale lovely picture of the dent do you think it would be cheaper to have it repaired or try and replace the door
ps don't know what pils hes taking but tell him i could do with some
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post 6th December 2006 20:46
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When looking at 145/146 chaeck for rust. I have seen rust on a few cars beneath the rear seat area, as well as inide the front arches. Another point to look for rust is where the rear subframe mounts to the car. it appears in these areas corrosion protection is not too good.
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post 11th September 2007 16:21
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Hello

I'm new to this site but have decided to join since I'm now the proud owner of an Alfa 145 Junior. I feel a little daft asking this, as I'm 80% sure of the answer, but I was wondering if 146 parts will fit a 145? The part in question is the power steering pump, and with no Alfa dealers in my area, its not exactly easy to get hold of the specific parts for sensible prices.
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Jim145
post 11th September 2007 18:06
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Yes mate, infront of the doors the 145/6 are the same. You were right to check though, I once bought a 146 mirror, thinking they were all the same, their not rolleyes.gif


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