COVID-19 Coronavirus Message Updated: 17th September
Mail Order Customers:
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Our carrier DHL is operating near normally across the world. Allow an extra day for delivery (2 days for Australia, 6 days for New Zealand), just in case. However, regular international postal services can have additional delays, and are not recommended for anything required within 6 weeks.
  * For the UK only, Royal Mail are delivering the vast majority of orders on time according to our data, but is experiencing higher levels of staff absences, so there may some local delays.
  * We will be working normally and have a large warehouse full of parts that will help keep your car on the road. However, we are beginning to see supply delays from factory lockdowns around the world.
Workshop Customers:
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Following government guidance, we are open as usual. Taking your vehicle to a garage for repairs is a permitted activity (safety) as long as you observe the social distancing rules. We have strict social distancing processes internally and disinfect daily (not least because we have staff in vulnerable groups). In the circumstances, we have had to close our waiting room. Our mechanics wear gloves at all times and we will disinfect your vehicle with our Zaflora sprays on handing back to you. We would respectfully ask you to show our staff the same courtesy. We also have full amount contactless payment systems.
  * MOTs due for renewal from 30th March to 31st July will be extended for six months. However, you are still legally obliged to keep your vehicle in a safe and roadworthy condition, so if you need to use your car in this period, it is still strongly recommended to get one done.

Alfa Romeo Giulia


The following guides are to help with the repair and maintenance of Giulia saloons, All the procedures in here have been carried out by our own highly trained technicians at our workshop in Royston. Where possible we will give you links to the relevant parts and give you any handy hints we have learnt during our repairs. Doing these repairs in our workshop we invariably have the correct tools for the job and we have an extensive knowledge of safety procedures, So we would always recommend using our specialist services. However if you intend to do some of these tasks yourself please use the correct workshop manual and adhere to all the safety advice it gives.

Brakes & steering
Giulia 2.0 front brake pads and discs replacement

Engine
Giulia 2.9 auxiliary belt replacement
Giulia auxiliary belt removal
Giulia 2.0 engine bay

Engine management
Giulia 2.9 spark plug removal
Stelvio/Giulia back up key removal from key fob
Stelvio/Giulia 2.0 spark plug removal

Exterior Bodywork
How to find the chassis number on an Alfa Romeo

Filtration
Giulia 2.9 air filter removal
Giulia pollen filter replacement
Stelvio/Giulia 2.0 air filter removal

Fluids & lubricants
Giulia 2.9 oil and oil filter replacement
Giulia 2.0 litre oil & filter change
Giulia 2.2 oil and oil filter change
Stelvio/Giulia 2.0 engine oil level check

Services
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

Other
Giulia service schedule
Direct fuel injection systems on motor vehicles
Giulia
Direct injection petrol engines
Alfa Romeo handbooks
Car Registration Letters
Alfa Romeo in America
Fixed Price Servicing

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