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Panda (Classic) FAQs - First Stop for Information and Fault Finding

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Hi, According to the garage that services my 1988 Fiat Panda (driven daily and not for sale), she needs a new carburettor. Does anybody out there have one for sale?
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Re: Panda (Classic) FAQs - First Stop for Information and Fault Finding

Just so it is searchable and Googleable:

The Windscreen Washer Reservoir Capacity of a 2wd (without 4x4 Sisley Extra Tank) Mark 2 Classic 1986-2003 Fiat Panda is 3 litres

Filled mine today from empty after cleaning it, 300ml of Autoglym Ultimate Screen wash to 2700ml of Water at an Optimum dilution (as per the bottle) of 1:9 leaving 200ml of Screenwash left.

Saves anyone doing the maths. I have searched and cant find the figure anyways, so a good one to note.

I dont know how much the sisley extra tank provides, nor do I know what the mk1 1980-86 reservoir "bag" holds. Nor the Seat Panda/Marbella.
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