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Fiat 500 USA Forum - Fiat 500 ABARTH Issues and Concerns http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ en Thu, 14 Nov 2019 04:25:25 GMT vBulletin 30 http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/images/misc/rss.png Fiat 500 USA Forum - Fiat 500 ABARTH Issues and Concerns http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/ Turbo Breakup http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35573-Turbo-Breakup&goto=newpost Wed, 13 Nov 2019 13:17:33 GMT Apologies as I know this has already been covered a few places, but I plan on bringing my car in to Fiat under warranty and wanted to get some advice...
Apologies as I know this has already been covered a few places, but I plan on bringing my car in to Fiat under warranty and wanted to get some advice ahead of time. I am by no means a mechanic, but understand basic knowledge of these cars. I love the thing but after putting it through it's paces the past few weeks I've realized I hit a "brick wall" where the turbo will hit about 12-18psi then completely breakup. It's as if I stop giving it gas. I feel like the engine still wants to pull as I'm not redlining at that point, usually hitting about 5,000 rpm tops. I didn't notice it when I first got the car cause I wasn't pushing it too hard. Could be completely unrelated but in non sport shifting 2nd to 3rd at low RPM (under 2) I feel like a slight blip in the throttle in 3rd. I know it could be a myriad of things, as some have stated spark plugs, coils, turbo leaks, etc. Is there anything I should be going into the dealer with ahead of time? This car is completely stock with 10k miles, and I would like to nip this in the bud sooner rather than later. Thanks!
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Fiat 500 ABARTH Issues and Concerns jarrbarth http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35573-Turbo-Breakup
Transmission Noise, Possibly Input Shaft Bearing or Throw Out Bearing http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35549-Transmission-Noise-Possibly-Input-Shaft-Bearing-or-Throw-Out-Bearing&goto=newpost Sat, 09 Nov 2019 05:23:15 GMT 2013 Abarth 500, 72k, Manual About a week ago, a friend of mine who is far from experienced driving stick had to drive my car for a few blocks. In...
2013 Abarth 500, 72k, Manual
About a week ago, a friend of mine who is far from experienced driving stick had to drive my car for a few blocks. In that span, he stalled about 15 times (both from not giving enough gas in first and then forgetting to depress the clutch when coming to a stop, etc.)
The morning after, when I started my car, I noticed a strange knocking sound. I'm not entirely sure if those hard stalls would cause this or just expedite a faulty bearing to fail

When I started my car to drive home, I noticed that the sound only goes away when the clutch pedal is depressed (pedal to the floor) It's present all other times, in all gears, including neutral.

Upon my research of general transmission sounds, I came to the conclusion that it was the input shaft bearing, since I've been told it will always make noise when its failing except when the pedal is depressed (which are my exact symptoms)
But I've also had some people say its the throw out bearing, and they seem to have similar symptoms at failure (at least with noise)
I'm no mechanic so I'll be completely honest in the fact that I'm not sure.


So, tldr. My transmission makes noise whenever clutch is NOT depressed.

Im wondering if anyone can lend my some insight to what COULD be my issue. If it's something fairly straight forward I'm not opposed to doing it myself, since I'd imagine going to a shop for them to drop the transmission will be FAR from cheap. I've just never dropped a trans before (I guess how else will i learn)

And if it is worthwhile to do myself, what should I look into changing while I'm there without going to far down the rabbit hole. Like to look for clutch wear and do that, or change any other bearings. That sort of thing. Hell, depending on cost if it's just more worthwhile to try to replace the transmission.

Thanks in advance, and sorry if this was overly wordy.

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Fiat 500 ABARTH Issues and Concerns Neon.Ghoul http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35549-Transmission-Noise-Possibly-Input-Shaft-Bearing-or-Throw-Out-Bearing
Installing window regulator http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35536-Installing-window-regulator&goto=newpost Wed, 06 Nov 2019 18:00:19 GMT I Have installed my new window regulator in the door (13 Abarth). The glass is seated on the black rubber surface of the white plastic clip. However,...
I Have installed my new window regulator in the door (13 Abarth). The glass is seated on the black rubber surface of the white plastic clip. However, the white plastic hook part that is supposed to click into the hole in the window wonít reach up to the hole to lock in. It appears to be less than a sixteenth below the hole In the glass. I think the dimensions are just slightly off on the after-market part.

Iíve tried pushing down on the glass.
Iíve tried using a narrow piece of wood from below to bend up the hook arm but I am afraid of breaking off the hook arm with too much pressure.

Has anyone had this problem and how did you resolve it?
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Fiat 500 ABARTH Issues and Concerns Nobarth http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35536-Installing-window-regulator
<![CDATA[P0137 & Red 02 Sensor - Cause for Concern?]]> http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35534-P0137-amp-Red-02-Sensor-Cause-for-Concern&goto=newpost Wed, 06 Nov 2019 13:50:56 GMT Yesterday afternoon I had a CEL pop up P0137 (O2 Sensor Low Voltage Bank 1 Sensor 2) and after doing some research about the possible causes, I found...
Yesterday afternoon I had a CEL pop up P0137 (O2 Sensor Low Voltage Bank 1 Sensor 2) and after doing some research about the possible causes, I found that possibly, it could be due to an exhaust leak near the O2 sensor. Back in August, I did install a cat back exhaust and ran CEL free for over 2K miles so I figured I would go ahead and check things out yesterday afternoon after the car had some time to cool.

While underneath the car, I checked the rear 02 wiring for any issues and everything looked good. I then removed the O2 sensor and saw that it was covered in a rust covered soot as shown in the picture. This seemed pretty odd to me as I remember the O2 sensor being greyish/white when I initially installed the catback. I then looked at the flange of the exhaust connecting to the cat and saw that I could have probably done a better job of ensuring that the gasket was seating properly during the initial install so I went ahead and removed the pipe but unfortunately, my exhaust gasket crumbled so I got a new gasket and installed it.

With that being said, does anyone know the reasoning as to why the O2 sensor would be rust colored? I did run a mild/burble P&B tune for a while and switched to the non P&B tune last Friday - would a P&B tune cause the rust color on the O2 sensor? The only other thing I can think of that would cause this is fuel additives. I have used octane booster in the car so I wonder if that would cause it. Is the rust color on the O2 and inside the cat cause for concern?

At any rate, after I got everything buttoned up, I cleared the CEL and driveability was fine. If I get this same code to pop up again, is there anything else I need to check? The car has bolt ons and about 13K miles (2018) so I doubt the O2 sensor would be going out at that mileage. Thanks again for all the help/advice in advance!

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Fiat 500 ABARTH Issues and Concerns Abarth500_John http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35534-P0137-amp-Red-02-Sensor-Cause-for-Concern
Air-Oil Separator/PCV O-ring leakage, how common? http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35511-Air-Oil-Separator-PCV-O-ring-leakage-how-common&goto=newpost Thu, 31 Oct 2019 18:08:51 GMT
Is it just my 2012 Abarth? I realize my Abarth is going on 8 years old now, but I've replaced the O-ring for the Air-Oil Separator/PCV Valve unit twice during the vehicle's lifetime and in spite of that the damn thing is leaking again.

Anybody else seeing oil seeping down onto the engine's camshaft cover, pooling around the indent for the #4 spark plug?

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Fiat 500 ABARTH Issues and Concerns ewflyer http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showthread.php?35511-Air-Oil-Separator-PCV-O-ring-leakage-how-common