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Alfa Romeo Brera Spider

The following are introductions to some the Alfa Brera Spider Maintenance tasks and are intended to give an informative indication of the work involved, rather than an exhaustive instruction. We would, of course, always suggest you take your vehicle to an Alfa Romeo specialist, but if you're doing your own maintenance, you must always use a model specific workshop manual, and rigorously follow all safety advice contained within it.

As the Brera Spider is relatively new, faults will only begin show more as the miles grow, so the list of maintenance guides will take a while to filter through to these pages.

Jamie Porter's Alfa Brera Spider Fault Diagnosis Guide

Brakes & steering
159/Brera track rod replacement
159/Brera 2.2 JTS high pressure power steering hose replacement.
159/Brera/Spider power steering pump removal
159/Brera power steering reservoir replacement.
Replacing the wheel bearing on an Alfa Romeo 159 or Brera
Alfa Romeo Brera/159 Front Brake Pad Change

159/Brera 1750 TBi clutch, concentric slave cylinder, flywheel and rear main oil seal replacement.
Brera/Spider/159 clutch master cylinder replacement.

Brera Radiator removal

159/Brera/Spider 2.0 diesel turbo removal
Brera 3.2 JTS starter motor removal
159/Brera/Spider 1750 TBi auxiliary belt, tensioner and top idler removal.
Alfa 1750 TBi Cam belt change
Replacing the EGR valve on a JTDm engine
Repairing and Alfa Romeo JTDm with broken cam belt
Alfa Romeo 159 and Brera timing chain replacement
How to change the cam belt on a 159/Brera
How To... Cure Squealing Brakes
JTD Cam Belt Change Guide

Engine management
159/Brera battery and battery tray removal

Exterior Bodywork
159/Brera bonnet release handle support
159/Brera front sub frame removal
Brera/Spider front door card removal.
Brera bumper and headlight removal.
Getting the hood back up on a Brera Spider in an emergency
How to find the chassis number on an Alfa Romeo
How to change the wiper blades on a Brera or Alfa 159
Alfa Romeo Model Identification

Brera drivers window switch replacement.

159/Brera/Spider Pollen filter removal
Replacing the oil filter on an Alfa Romeo 2.4 JTDm
Replacing the air filter on an Alfa Romeo 159/Brera
Changing the oil and filter on an Alfa Romeo Brera or 159 2.0l JTDm
How to replace the fuel filter on an Alfa Romeo 159 or Brera
Changing the oil and filter on a Brera or 159 2.2JTS

159/Brera drive shaft removal

Servicing: Checking your fluids
Servicing: Brake disc and brake pad wear
Servicing: Replacing the brake fluid
Servicing: Wiper blade and washer jet check
Servicing: Suspension, steering, hoses and gaitors check
Servicing: Checking over the lights
Servicing: Tyre condition
Servicing: Locks and door handles
Servicing: Testing brake fluid

159/Brera/Spider Front lower wishbone replacement.
159/BRERA upper wishbone removal

TEST page
159/Brera/Spider 21,000 service schedule
Direct fuel injection systems on motor vehicles
Direct injection petrol engines
Description and operation of a turbocharger
Alfa Romeo handbooks
Dual mass flywheels and how they work
Alfa 159/Brera Diagnostics
New Alfa Romeos
Car Registration Letters
Alfa Romeo in America
The Alfa Romeo JTD engine
Getting the best out of your Garage
Terms & Conditions
Servicing Alfas under warranty
Fixed Price Servicing
Alfa Cam Belt Special Offer

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