Yes it can. The mountings are the same. However, you will need to change the ECU, fuel tank, fuel lines, and complete wiring loom too. This will cost you a chunk of your hard earned cash. Plus if you have all that from a donor car, it might be cheaper to just run the donor car, unless its been rolled or had serious damage to chassis etc. The 1400 engine (1370cc) was discontinued in '98 in favour of a retuned, faster and more econimocal 1.2 with 82bhp versus the 1.4's 80bhp. If your bravo is a 1.4 then its quite likely that the cost of swapping all the above is the same as buying another, as its likely to cost 1500Euro's or
It's depends on the engine size!!
There is no point in doing that as the Fiat Bravo HGT has a Normally Aspirated engine ( no turbo)
No. Normally aspirated.
If the timing belt brakes on a bravo the engine will be whacked/busted as the Mk1 1.2 Fiat Punto is the only non interferance/ Free wheeling engine Fiat made be warned if in doubt change it out.
You can find a diagram showing the engine wiring on a Fiat Bravo 1.6 HLX at wiring4cars. The website lets you search for diagrams by vehicle make and model.
Based on the 1.2 engine the Fiat Brava & Bravo hold 2.8 litre of oil (remember to fill the oil filter first if your changing both oil and filter
the bonnet lever on a fiat brava is by the clutch pedel and has a red handle this may be the same on the bravo
You can purchase a used Fiat Bravo from the Auto Trader website. Alternatively, you can purchase this vehicle from auction websites such as eBay and classifieds such as Craigslist.
how do u reset service light on 2007 plate bravo
Try www.fiatforum.com or other similar sites.Fiat Bravo/Brava had same 1581 cc engine pre 1988.Fiat Bravo/Brava workshop manuals are available on eBay for about�6.
The Fiat Bravo has an average rating in regards to it's safety. According the the EU safety ratings, it has a 33 for an adult, 36 for child, and 16 for pedestrian.
Fiat Bravo 1.6 S Reg uses a 12mm Allen Key. Should be similar
The Fiat Brava was a car produced by Fiat, an Italian automobile maker, in 1995. These cars were produced in combination with the Fiat Bravo. They were produced until 2001.
front are 16cm
Under the Bonnet.
There are a number of online websites where one can find cheap Fiat Bravo cars for sale in the UK. Some of these websites include Ad Trader, Auto Trader and CarSite. One could also look in the classified section of local newspapers for Fiat Bravo listings.
you can easily get from the google website
If you buy a Fiat, you don't way to visit the concesination hay que joderse.
Most Fiat fuel filters are in line and located under the car just ahead of the o/s rear wheel (RHD vehicles) the Fram catalogue shows an inline canister filter listed for the Bravo The fuel filter on Bravo's is actually within the fuel tank, not something that is often changed in this model. A good source for Bravo answers is www.bravo-guide.co.uk I don't know exactly but it will be in the fuel line. follow it from the engine to the tank.
Yes, behind the timing belt, Fiat recommends to change it every 64000 or 72000 miles according to the model