how would i go about checking the sensor?
That is an Alfa and this thread is Alfa related so relate away with the project even if non-164-related as this in an Alfa related thread. We even stray off Alfa stuff from time to time.I do not have a 164 but, I just received a painted 1957 Sprint body on a steel dolly for restoration.
ML and I have been invited to join the Maserati Club of Central Florida for a driving tour to Clermont tomorrow for lunch and a tour w/tasting at the Lakeridge Winery.
They are starting from the Ferrari, Maserati of Central Florida dealership in Orlando. We are going to meet them at the Citrus Tower in Clermont.
After the tour we are all driving back to our Lakeland town for a group RON at the Terrace Hotel downtown.
Dinner will be later at Fresco's near the hotel. ML and I will then RON at our own La Casa Bonnie and rejoin the group on Sunday for Brunch at the hotel.
My invitee Todd, whom I met at Neville's Mighty Oak event in April, has both a nice Alfa Stelvio and a Maser Ghibli.
Veronica back on the forum. El Hefe's main ride has been performing, with a few glitches. Right now we're experiencing intermittent difficulties with the window switches. When the temp is warm (outside), the switches don't want to work.
He's got an R-12 AC system. Our parts car has the new stuff (too many beers to remember the number - 134?). Have done a little research on the forum but found conflicting info on what should be changed out. Opinions?
You might want to take the time to see/read what it took me to rehab the rusty underbelly on my 164S aka BB2: https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/1256011-post5.htmlFinally started putting parts back ON my 164. Swapped the master cylinder today, MAN that drivers side nut is awful. Also my MC didn't want to come off, ended up using a pry bar and hammer to work it loose.
The brake fluid in there was BLACK. the reservoir, one side was like blocked up, I hosed it all out and now its clean as new in there. I think I'm going to drain the clutch reservoir as well as the fluid there is black too. When I put it all back together I assume I should fill and bleed the brakes first, then fill and bleed the clutch right?
Wow thats nuts. Lots of good info in there thanks.You might want to take the time to see/read what it took me to rehab the rusty underbelly on my 164S aka BB2: https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/1256011-post5.html