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Fiat 500 USA Forum - Service Info http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ en Thu, 06 Oct 2022 07:50:47 GMT vBulletin 30 http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/images/misc/rss.png Fiat 500 USA Forum - Service Info http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ Oil starvation aftermath http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?39668-Oil-starvation-aftermath&goto=newpost Tue, 27 Sep 2022 22:16:17 GMT
Last week my wife's 2015 500 Sport, owned since new and with 114,000 miles, dumped its oil all over the Interstate. I had changed the oil the day before and apparently something went wrong with the filter o-ring, it kinked or did not seat correctly. I own 2 1.4L MultiAir engines, both owned since new and with over 100k miles. I have done this oil change like forty times, and I don't understand how this could have happened, but it is what it is.


By the time she pulled over the the engine was starved of oil. I have the Fiat at my in-laws house and have started working to determine if anything can be gotten out of it beyond scrap value.


After putting oil and a new filter on, I cranked the engine, and it cranked fast, like there was no compression. A quick compression test revealed the following readings:
Cylinder #1: 85 psi
Cylinder #2: 120 psi
Cylinder #3: 90 psi
Cylinder #4: 200 psi (!)


I think that last one might be a fluke, I'll retest it when I can get back over there, I just ran out of time.


When cranking, I did not observe or hear anything that suggests that the intake valves are not opening and closing normally, which suggests that the MultiAir brick is indeed functioning, but I'm trying to play Sherlock Holmes here with limited information. Removing the spark plugs and valve cover revealed nothing obvious other than what looks like excessive blow-by on #1 (that plug well and boot are noticeably "browner" than the others.)


The fact that the engine spins freely as opposed to being seized suggests that the bearings have probably survived. I'm wondering what the primary failure point actually is. The way I see it, it could be:
1) MultiAir
2) piston rings
3) Head gasket


I don't really expect this car to move under its own power again, but I'm reluctant to simply send it off to salvage based on the limited information I have right now. Not only would I prefer to get more $$$ out of it (part out?), but this little Fiat just deserves better than that. This has been an excellent car for my wife for the past seven years. In that time the driver's armrest broke (big deal) and the external temperature sensor failed (I replaced it with a $20 ebay part, it took half an hour). Literally nothing else has gone wrong in 114,000 miles. I'm heartbroken that this happened to it.


Any suggestions or theories are welcome!
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