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Not an LS REALLY A 164L

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An LS I assume, but being new to this model...?
This VIN is for a 1993 164L w/engine number AR06412*0028366

MFG DATE 06/1992
 

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THX Steve - been under the car all am minus the correct tools...SO heading back with the right ones. Planning to pull entire unit - eng + trans + and then detach the trans. This the right approach?
 

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THX Steve - been under the car all am minus the correct tools...SO heading back with the right ones. Planning to pull entire unit - eng + trans + and then detach the trans. This the right approach?
Yes, if A/T model once out of car, remove starter 3 bolts then remove tranny bell housing bolts leaving torque convertor on flywheel. If 5-speed remove starter then same three bolts then tranny bellhousing bolts.

Torque convertor if A/T has 3 nuts to remove from oil pan side of flywheel.
 

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OK - asked this on another thread...the rear engine mount seems shared with the trans (is A/T)... do all 3 bolts need to come free...?
 

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OK - asked this on another thread...the rear engine mount seems shared with the trans (is A/T)... do all 3 bolts need to come free...?
Two bolts to subframe or two bolts to tranny body your choice for front tranny mount. rear tranny shock strut mount at top of tranny 3 bolts require torx 27 tip so just unbolt shock strut end from mount plate or top chassis at top end under coolant tank.

Rear engine mount has 17mm nut same as front engine mount.
 

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Is this the front tran mount?

As I lost daylight, took these pics that seem to be the tran mount? Note red rectangle seems to be a 20mm bolt and its stuck fast...as are the 2 adjacent 17mm... alternatively there seems to be 3 nuts in the yellow circle area. OR am I in the wrong place...?
 

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Help!

On my 1994 Alfa 164's title under the model it has "QA". VIN#zared33r3r6288683. Can anybody tell me if this is a cloverleaf or if its a quadrifoglio?
 

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164Q apples to apples info

On my 1994 Alfa 164's title under the model it has "QA". VIN#zared33r3r6288683. Can anybody tell me if this is a cloverleaf or if its a quadrifoglio?
Your asking an english apples to italian apples question cloverleaf and quadrifoglio mean the same thing and is known as a 164Q.

As for your VIN ZARED33R36288683 it is a 164Q manufactured 06-93 and it has a type/serial number 24v engine AR64304**0000574 if original engine.

Versions V2 164 Cloverleaf with M2 3000 Quadrifoglio MY'94 engine.
 

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OK, let's have some updates here! Jake just sold a 95 164Q on Bring a Trailer (BAT). Let's hear it from new owner about the car.
 

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My 94Q is in the Denver area in a loving home beside a 164S. :D

I was wondering who it was that wrote the script that helped us in the beginning to find all of the current 164Q's. I sure could use that help again on another project.
 

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I am in the process of updating the 164Q USA Register. It hasn't been touched since 2007. I am sure there have been a lot of changes in ownership and some cars being parted out. Time to bring this back to life!!
As a refresher, there were 130 cars imported to the USA in 1994-1995. We know 35 were imported in 1994 and the other 95 were imported in 1995. The last count in 2007, we had about 90+ we knew were still out there. I suspect there are a lot fewer given 10 years. I just found out my former white 164Q is in Kansas City.

If you have a 164Q Please contact me so we can update the register and account for just how many are still around or parted out.

The last register can be seen here: 164Q USA Register
 
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