Just joined the forums. I just purchased a 1977 Alfa Romeo Spider (ex-Spica, botched conversion to Dell'Ortos), and I'm fighting some electrical gremlins... plus learning my way around a classic Alfa.
Can anybody help me identify what this loose wire is, and where is it supposed to go?
Can anyone tell me what color wire coming from the column switch is for the taillights? I am swapping out a S4 column switch, with a S3 version and the headlamps and turn signals work, the taillights do not come on when the headlights come on.
Attached is the schematic page.
After several question posts on this and lots of hours and tool testing, there does seem to be a way of removing these intact.
What has worked for me is 'cheese wire' - very thin (sub 1mm steel). Brilliant at cutting through the bonding glue. The breaking issue with this method is the...
I had a collision with my spider veloce '86 about two years ago. It took me a while to spare enough cash to have it fixed but it finally happened. I'm based in Vancouver BC and it was also hard to find a good person to work on my car.
On friday I went to get my car with a new battery I...
I have a 1978 spider which has had all the ignition wires eaten by pack rats. I have gotten new wires but I have no idea what order the wires should go from the distributer to the spark plugs. Does anyone have a photo of this or a good description. Thanks
I was told that the wires used by Alfa (and most European cars) have more, but thinner, stands in them, and consequently they are “softer” than the automotive wires sold in the US. Does anyone know a source to purchase wires in rolls?