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    Re: Fulvia S2 - wiring diagram in colour

    This will come in useful soon.
    Thank you very much.
    Stanley
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    Parts supplier

    Hello All,

    This is just a short note about a parts supplier that I have found. Like many of you, I have a Fulvia with a non working clock on the dash so I was pleasantly surprised to to find that...
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    Re: Need source for Fulvia relay

    I suggest that you contact Mike Kristick. He usually has good inventory and can always get parts from Italy in a hurry if necessary.
    Ph: 717 292 2962
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    Re: clunking conundrum

    I do not know the manufacturers but any moly disulphide grease should work.
    I usually get this grease included in a CV boot kit.
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    Re: clunking conundrum

    Simon, you are describing the classic description of an outer CV joint running dry. If you are lucky, you can inject some of the special graphite grease through the rubber boot and this will solve...
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    Re: Fulvia Photo Thread

    @ Akonaut. The first photo posted is actually automotive porn. Beautiful!
  7. Thread: Water temp

    by NCboatrx
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    Re: Water temp

    Hello Phillipe,

    You don't say if your car is losing coolant or not so I can only help part way. I have a 76 with the electric fan and I had a new radiator core fitted 2 years ago. My car now runs...
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    Re: Lancia Fulvia 1.3 HF In Full Race from 1968

    That is a video of club racing at its best. Thank you for posting.
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    Re: 1973 Fulvia 1,3 S ownership history

    It is great that you have that. Enjoy the car.
    Happy New Year
    Stan
  10. Re: New Fulvia owner! First order of business - mysteriously seized engine?

    I advise that you take it down completely and go completely through the engine. You are almost there and when you have finished, you will be have the piece of mind that you have not missed anything.
  11. Thread: Fulvia Heater

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    Re: Fulvia Heater

    I purchased a replacement valve for my series 3 Fulvia from Mike Kristick at Lancia Spares in PA.
    I believe that the series 2 and series 3 cars are the same as far as this is concerned.
  12. Re: 1973 Fulvia 1,3 S makes a great first impression!

    Have fun with your (your wifes?) new toy.
    Cheers,
    Stan
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    Re: Fulvia Photo Thread

    Hi,
    These photos were taken at the recent east coast Lancia club reunion in West Virginia. I live in NC which only has a rear plate on the car and no one has ever commented on the small Italian...
  14. Re: What is the alternative to Ducellier 7553 A alternator?

    I would contact Huib at Viva Lancia. He is always a pleasure to work with. Here is his website http://www.casa-fulvia.nl

    Vere Lancia also offer alternator kits for the Fulvia. I have not dealt...
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    Re: New or reconditioned Fulvia Radiator

    I think that by the time you have paid freight from Omicron to California, the $800 may not seem too excessive.
    Last year I paid Culpepper Radiator in Norfolk VA about $700 for my Fulvia radiator...
  16. Re: Oil brand/weight? What is everyone out there using?

    Ed,

    Shell, along with every other major oil manufacturer, makes changes to the spec of the various lubricants every so often to keep up requirements. The oils supplied today are formulated for...
  17. Re: Oil brand/weight? What is everyone out there using?

    Hamiltonian, I use the regular Rotella T4 which works perfectly. I don't think that synthetic oil is worth the extra cost for cars that were not only designed for regular mineral oil, but often do...
  18. Re: Oil brand/weight? What is everyone out there using?

    I have been using Shell Rotella T 15W/40 in my Fulvia 1.3 and my Alfa's. This oil is available almost everywhere and has a high zinc content that these older engines require and all the cars perform...
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    Re: Why does it sound like a traction engine :-(

    I doubt that this is the cause of the main noise but after looking at your video a few times, I see the carbs move much more than they should. There is a support bracket from the air filter housing...
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    Re: Front turn signal light lens

    I would phone Mike Kristick in PA. He has a great inventory and fairly reasonable pricing.
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    Re: Monterey Historics

    Wonderful.
    Thank you.
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    Re: Italian classics for sale websites?

    You may find this link helpful http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/list/27/fulvia/
    It seems to cover most of Europe.
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    Re: replacement tires for 1972 Sport Zagato 1,3S

    Hello Ron,

    I recently fitted 165-14 Vredenstein to my Fulvia coupe. They seem to hold the road well and feel right and are quiet. Only about 1,000 miles on them so far. They are available from...
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    Re: Mike's New Fulvia

    If the compression is good and the timing is correct then go here -
    Does this cylinder come on line when the engine revs up a little?
    Does the car seem to perform ok on the road?
    If the answers...
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    Re: Mike's New Fulvia

    The warning lights on the dash are easy. The green one is on when the lights are on and the blue one indicates high beam.
    I suspect that you may just have a bad bulb in the dim headlamp. The inner...
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