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alfisti
post 22nd September 2015 10:03
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Hello friends, recently going to misfire in vehicles or in press sudden gas plugs, spark plug wires and ignition master said, good to also have changed the ignition coil new crankshaft sensor. I was bored and I suspect once all bypass screw vacuum.
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post 22nd September 2015 15:48
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hi smile.gif

here is my topic about throttle sync:
http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/alfa-33-sud...chronizing.html

throttle balance is only in effect at idle (mostly), if you have missfires when accelerating, look for other things, like vacuum leak or bad air fuel mixture - lambda.
make sure, throttles have all screws in them, when i bought my 1.7 16v i had screws broken like this:

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post 5th October 2015 11:18
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This hose is going where?

I do not have in place the hose includes but goes one found in the open side of the wiper water container hose (hose next to a thicker there than blue), or ECU guess may be going. do you think?
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post 6th October 2015 12:33
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This hose is going where?

I do not have in place the hose includes but goes one found in the open side of the wiper water container hose (hose next to a thicker there than blue), or ECU guess may be going. do you think?


This hose is for fuel vapour recovery system, goes down the right wheel.
Hose is closed at low rpm, opened at high rpm for fuel vapour evacuation into the engine.
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post 6th October 2015 15:26
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QUOTE(niaugi @ 6th October 2015 12:33) *
This hose is for fuel vapour recovery system, goes down the right wheel.
Hose is closed at low rpm, opened at high rpm for fuel vapour evacuation into the engine.


Thank you niaugi worshippy.gif What kind of an impact would be dislocated?

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post 7th October 2015 06:52
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Thank you niaugi worshippy.gif What kind of an impact would be dislocated?


all hoses must be connected where they belong or if another end is disconnected for some reason, you must to secure a hole, so no extra air enters the air distributor.
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