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GTV-TB

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About GTV-TB

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  • Birthday March 27

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    GTV 2.0 V6 TB
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  1. A three spoke steering wheel from a GTV (916) or Alfa 166 (Ph1) fits (plug and play).
  2. Light wheels are .. and your GTV is luscious .
  3. My personal opinion is that spoked rims looks so much better out on a Alfa than what ET call home rims does , it's a cocky car you have there, really nice looking.
  4. Hi No, I mean the spring loaded levers on the rear brake calipers there the handbrake cables are connected to the brake calipers.
  5. It's a bit hard to see on your pictures but it seems that you have rear braking load proportioning valve with a lever, is the spring between the lever and rear ARB connected and intact, is the lever free to move, is the lever pre-load set correctly. On the rear brake calipers can the handbrake lever on them move completely back to its resting position when you release the handbrake? When you replace the rear brake pads was the pistons screwed into the brake calipers? BrakingLoadProportioningValve.pdf
  6. You have a stepper motor (on fan/heater/AC unit) which regulates the flow of hot/cold air maybe the stepper motor is faulty, you also have one temp sensor in the wing mirror and one inside the car (with an small fan) that might behave badly.
  7. Welcome to squadra 916, can you tell about the shape/look on your bizarre phenomena.
  8. Temperature sensor/switch on radiator faulty (down at lower radiator hose), shortcuts to earth? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Intermotor-Radiator-Fan-Temperature-Switch-Engine-Cooling-Genuine-OE-Quality-/390972808186?hash=item5b07cb9bfa:g:Bn8AAOSwuAVWznrp
  9. What is it for fault warning light you are hiding with the sticker?
  10. Maybe Squadra Tuning has something to offer. http://www.squadra-tuning.nl/autos/categorie/152/auto/109.html , contact: http://www.squadra-tuning.nl/contact.html
  11. Duplo ..sorry Doblo ..AR , good luck with your business and the other stuff you need to sort.
  12. Kassevognen (panel truck) Duplo, a good name.
  13. Has the dog grew so big that you need a Doblo now?
  14. +1 I have access to a TB and one TS and the fuel consumption (gasoline) between the two is about the same (is perhaps due to my driving style ) if you do not push the Busso very hard, but the force from Busso makes it my preferred choice, and somehow feels/seems that engine more sturdy. With a LPG feed engine make sure that the ignition system are in tip top shape because of the rather ancient ignition system on the TB that are a weak point as LPG is a bit harder to ignite.