2000 Alfa Romeo 156 ts veloce
Engine power loss

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tuf010
Driver
2 points

Problem added: Nov 1, 2009 (10 years ago)
i've got alfa156 and what the problem seems to be now is..when i put the foot down it feels like there is more air being sucked in than fuel so..there is power loss...it is mostly at 1000 rpm to 2000 rpm generally..i did change the MAF sensor and exhaust sensor as well..can u please tell anything abt it plz..many thanks

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Car: Alfa Romeo 156
Variant: ts veloce
Model Year: 2000
Category: Running Rough, Starting & Power Loss
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whittingehame
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15,353 points

Nov 1, 2009 (10 years ago)
Really best to get a diagnostic check carried out , cheaper in long run .Otherwise you could waste good money guessing cause and fitting parts not required.
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tuf010
Driver
2 points

Nov 4, 2009 (10 years ago)
i did have a diagonist check carried out and it came up with only two faults, one was MAF sensor and other was Lambda sensor...did change two of those..but still the problem persists..fed up with the garages...any suggestions??..many thankx..
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