Post war Alfa-Romeo sold in the USA. 1958 on FIATs sold in the USA. Cannot answer questions on vehicles outside of the USA.
Dealership mechanic on both marques. Plus many factory schools.
Was on allexperts for Alfa-Romeo in the past.
taught fuel injection for awhile
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You should attache a mechanical gauge where the oil sender is and read the actual pressure. Oil pressure switches that activate a light can be set anywhere from 3 to 20 psi depending on what the engineers
Any modification is possible. But, most are unrealistic because of cost. There was nothing wrong with that engine when new. If you really want to drive an older car just upgrade some items instead of replacing
An Alfa-Romeo has quite advanced engineering that the typical American mechanic is not capable of dealing with properly. These vehicles are reliable when cared for by an experienced mechanic. Following
I checked the 2 mercs we have of different eras and the corporate thinking on door panels seems to be consistent. (I do not have access to that particular model). You should use plastic trim tools
Of course it has been done and it does ruin the vehicle. I do not think you get it--just because it has been done does not mean it is good thing to do. A frameless vehicle gets everything loosened