Brave Aiglentina. Cat5 Wiring Diagram. Monday, 16 September, 2019 07:02:02.
We did a complete resto-mod on this 1973 Fiat Spider. Rebuilt 1608 engine with forged pistons, ceramic coated exhaust, rebuilt suspension with Super Pro urethane bushings, Rota Shakotan 15x6
Fiat 124. The Fiat 124 is a mid-sized family car manufactured and marketed by Fiat between 1966 and 1974. Following its introduction in 1966 with a publicity stunt, with Fiat filming the dropping of the car by parachute from a plane, the 124 won the 1967 European Car of the Year.
I'm trying to obtain wiring diagrams for other models. So far these are all I have. I've heard there isn't much difference if all between 74 to 76 in the wiring so it's possible the 76 diagrams will work with earlier models but I can't swear to this. I would appreciate any information as to where the 76 diagrams will work on earlier models.
in early Fiat Spiders Subject car is a 1973 Spider with a 65A Bosch alternator and integral voltage egulator. Any references to Fiat wiring in this article will follow the same color conventions. - 6 -
Exactly as advertised. Unfortunately,Somebody had modified some wiring on my 1973 Mustanf and this color keyed schematic assisted me greatly in restoring the wiring to its original condition. Posted by Unknown on 12th May 2017
The Filipinetti X1/9 of Scuderia Filipinetti was presented first at the Geneva Motor Show on 15/3/1973- 25/3/1973 as the first Fiat X1/9 race car. It was built in cooperation with Fiat by the technician and racer Mike Parkes who later developed and built the Lancia Stratos. The Filipinetti had a 1290 cc engine with Lucas mechanical fuel injection.
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