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  1. MvT

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    Preventing your bottom from catching fire :)

    Earlier models are the same. however USA versions have extra return lines from the fuel accumulator.

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  2. Alden

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  3. dfranzen

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  6. theunissenguido

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    I got my cambelts Isoran, Dayco from Superformance.
    On the box is marked "made in Argentina". As I travel every year to Argentina I'm looking everywhere to get them. I even maked contact with the fabric Dayco there. But they dont have it in there assortiment.
    What to think of that ?

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  7. Wade

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    #32 Wade, Nov 1, 2015
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    Here's their website with contact info at the bottom of the page:

    Dayco Argentina Aftermarket

    And for those Ferraris that are prone to camshaft seal leaks, this is interesting:
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  8. theunissenguido

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    Tried in every important retailer shop but could not find those belts....and even if I find them, prices for belts are so much more expensive in Argentina then our sources.

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  9. Alden

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    #35 Alden, Dec 27, 2015
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    Disclaimer - Do not drive with your Brake Failure light on! It could mean you have no brakes, or they could soon go out on you, probably at a really bad time!

    Check your brake fluid level.
    Bleed the brakes
    Check your brake pads, the electronic wear sensors on the front pads can cause this too. You may need new pads.
    Check all your lights and connections. R&R bulbs and clean the sockets and bulbs, replace any that are out or look suspicious.

    Finally:
    Turn off or disconnect the battery and remove and clean all the connections on the master cylinder reservoir in the pic below with electrical contact cleaner. (These pics are from my 3.2 with ABS, yours may be different!)
    Don't lose the metal clips on the connections!
    Re-connect the battery.

    Check brake operation.

    Checking the items above will usually fix it.

    If the light stays on it may be something else, like the front/rear apportioning valve may be bad.
    Alden

    Edits, clarifications or corrections from the experts are encouraged, thanks!
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  10. dfranzen

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  11. Alden

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  13. MvT

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  17. roddyracer

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    Can you direct me to the section explaining front hood foam piece for top of radiator? thanks rod
     
  18. Alden

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    #49 Alden, Jun 25, 2016
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    Rod,
    Welcome to the forum!

    The info you want is here:
    http://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/mondial/491617-quick-easy-replacement-hood-foam.html
    http://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/mondial/389931-foam-above-radiator.html

    2 things:
    1)Please start a new thread with questions, don't muddy up a DIY thread.

    "Please keep your posts limited to links, so we don't get the thread clogged with questions and answers."

    2)The search tool is top right of the main Mondial forum page, I typed in "radiator foam" and 20 threads came up in the search, that is how I found the pages above, there is more info out there in this forum too.

    Good luck with your foam project and welcome to the F Chat family!
    Alden
     
  19. 19633500GT

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    #50 19633500GT, Jul 7, 2016
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    Does anyone know how to reset these or turn them off?

    Just had a full major completed, but they forgot to reset. Not sure how it works entirely myself.
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