2020 Giulia TI
Nothing like fanning the flames of unreliability.
Good candidates for “lot rot”.I stopped this afternoon by Sweeney Alfa Romeo in Florence Kentucky and Skip told me that they issue a stop sell in 3 of his 2021 Giulia's he has in inventory because of this recall. Apparently, the parts will not be available until March 2022 so, I assume these 3 cars will have great discounts in April 2022 when they are release for sale.
To be fair, recalls are not exclusive to Alfa Romeo.Nothing like fanning the flames of unreliability.
How many have a choice?Can I drive my car while I wait to get serviced?
My Giulia landed in the US in March 2020, and my wife’s Stelvio was built in 08/2020, so both are in the clear for this.The Safety Recall Report issued by NHTSA states, "The suspect period began on September 15, 2020, when defective fuel sensors were introduced into vehicle production, and ended on May 20, 2021, when the fuel sensors from the suspect batches were no longer used in vehicle production."
im in the exact same boat!MY21 Giulia TI
Just got the recall notice today. Spoke with the service advisor and said the part is going to take about 3 to 5 days to arrive and then they schedule the repair which supposedly takes about 2 hours.
And of course it just went in for its first oil change before Christmas....
ThanksI called my dealer last week after receiving the snail mail recall notice. They said parts to repair should be available “within the month” and they will call me to schedule my repair when they have parts in hand.
There’s not much in the way besides the air box. I have the IdealRace intakes as well, but removed them and put the stock air box back on before sending it to the dealer. Better to be safe than sorryThanks for the heads up re picture - what stuff ya think needs to come out to get at that thing? I gotta look under my hood later