The Alfa Workshop, specialist Alfa Romeo garage and web site
We hope that you enjoy looking through our site which is designed to help you as much as possible with your Alfa Romeo ownership, beyond the information about us and what we offer, we hope we have built the site into what has become the primary Alfa Romeo resource on the web. We aim to provide you with technical articles, help with maintenance and parts and much, much more. We will be adding a couple of new articles every month, so bookmark us or sign up to our newsletter and we will always have something new for you on your return.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM ALFA ROMEO
As of 13/11/2006 the official service interval on cambelts on 1.6l, 1.8l, 2.0l Twin Spark engines and 2.0l JTS engines in all models has been reduced to 36,000 miles or 3 years, whichever is sooner.
Recent Alfa Romeo Articles:
|31/07/20 4C steering rack removal Removing the steering rack on an Alfa Romeo 4C would be straight forward if it wasn't for all the brake lines from the ABS pump||23/01/20 MiTo electronic steering column removal To replace the steering column on a MiTo the steering wheel, ignition switch and cowling needs removing.|
|15/01/20 MiTo window regulator replacement When replacing a window regulator on an Alfa MiTo the doors inner membrane needs to be carefully separated from the door.||02/12/19 Mito stop and start sensor To replace the stop and start sensor on a MiTo the exhaust centre tunnel needs to be removed.|
|06/11/19 Giulia 2.9 auxiliary belt replacement The auxiliary belt on an Alfa Giulia 2.9 Quadrifoglio is buried at the front of the engine behind two charge coolers and a large alloy support.||04/11/19 Giulia 2.9 spark plug removal Removing the spark plugs from an Alfa Giulia/Stelvio 2.9 Quadrifoglio isn't a difficult task but you will need a thin walled spark plug socket.|
|04/11/19 Giulia 2.9 oil and oil filter replacement The oil filter for the Alfa Giulia 2.9 Quadrifoglio now comes complete with the cap and seal.||01/11/19 Giulia 2.9 air filter removal Removing the air filter from an Alfa Giulia/Stelvio 2.9 Quadrifoglio is a very simple task.|