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Old 09-22-2006, 10:18 PM
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Aftermarket 348/355 convertible tops and boot covers: http://www.haartz.com/Product_Lines/ext/default.htm
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:19 PM
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The 348's $155 Ferrari speedometer pulse generator # 116987 (mounted on transmission) may be superceded by the newer Maserati # 393650106, which retails for less than $50 at www.EuroSpares.co.uk.

You must also buy and install a new gasket with either new speedo pulse generator/sensor. The gasket for it is Ferrari # 10263460.
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:20 PM
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The electronic parts that comprise 348 gauges are generally inexpensive.

Parts R Us carries the speedometer gauge IC (HCF4024BE) for sixty cents, for instance: http://www.partsrruss.com/digital.htm
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:22 PM
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:24 PM
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The Heater Control Valve that causes the E5 error code is $1,000 new from Ferrari. It is made up of two removable components, a small electric motor and a plastic valve.

However, the plastic valve just costs $10.50 new aftermarket (http://oem.thepartsbin.com/parts/the...l&dp=false)and typically fixes this error code and underlying problem. *thanks, ferrarioldman
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:27 PM
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"0 261 200 489" is the exact stock Ferrari 348 Spider ECU Bosch part number as well as the exact stock Peugeot 306 1.8 liter ECU (OEM part #REU0489) from 1995 on (available here: http://www.injectioncorrection.co.uk...cturer=Peugeot ), though it would need your Ferrari A/F chip installed into it.
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:29 PM
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Aftermarket 348 Oil Cooler Thermo-Switch Replacement

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Intermotor part number 50172 replaces the OEM part without any modification. OEM part costs approx £65 - aftermarket part approx £10.

Intermotor 50172
closes - 87 degrees C
opens - 82 degrees C
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:30 PM
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Does your 348 require 3-4 seconds to build up oil pressure? Oil warning lamp lights up during Startup? One potential cause is a warped non return valve on the French-built Purflux filter (OEM Ferrari). Older, problematic models had part #130623 or #191462, now superceded by improved part #197654
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:31 PM
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For non-track, pure street use, the Axxis "Metal Master" brake pads are the BEST for reducing brake noise, giving good stopping power and minimizing brake dust on 348's. And they're only $56 a pair. http://www.buybrakes.com/axxis/apps-Ferrari.html
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:34 PM
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Momo steering wheels are direct OEM fit, no adapter needed for 348's. The 350mm outer-diameter Momo size is the most "common" (pre-airbag) Ferrari model size and has 6 mounting holes equally-spaced on a 70mm inner bolt circle with a 55mm center hole for your yellow/black prancing horse horn button.
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:35 PM
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Part #'s for 348 Shocks:

Front - Ferrari Bilstein 141857 (Late Front)
Rear - Ferrari Bilstein 141858 (Late Rear)



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Front Shocks 146290
Front Springs 151881
Rear Shocks 155188 or 146291 (early rear)
Rear Springs 148786

If you're doing any suspension work, here are some super-high quality items you may want to consider:
141860. Shock, lower ringnut (348, 355, 512TR, 512M). http://ricambiamerica.com/product_in...ucts_id=199361
155086. Shock, upper ringnut; Spring perch (348, 355, 512TR, 512M). http://ricambiamerica.com/product_in...ucts_id=202940
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:37 PM
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JPExhausts (http://www.jpexhausts.co.uk/) will hand make your replacement 348/355 headers for $700 per side such that all factory connections/covers can be re-used for a fully "stock" appearance.
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Old 09-22-2006, 10:38 PM
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348 Car Keys: Just about every hardware store in the U.S. carries the Ilco "X152 FT46" key blank. Cost? About $2. These blanks can be cut by the hardware store and will operate your 348 door locks and ignition. The Ilco fits Fiats and Ferraris alike.
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Your 348's large air filter can be upgraded to many of the newer cloth-style filters such as HKS or K&N, etc. K&N has two part numbers that are valid (they simply changed numbering systems) for 348's: 33-2656 (http://ricambiamerica.com/product_in...b392d140c5)and KN348 (http://www.filterpower.co.uk/).
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NGK Iridium model DR8EIX is the best of the NGK plugs for the 348.
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It would be nice to know the cross reference for the turn signal stalk unit under the steering wheel. Surely some Fiat/Alpha uses the same 3 stalks.

Ditto for the steering rack (TRW, perhaps??).

Same goes for the A/C head unit.

Same again for the coolant system thermostat. $100 for a thermostat?!

Definitely need the brake caliper cross-reference.

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Aftermarket 348 Catalytic Converters

http://www.ferrari talk.com/discus/messages/5/13292.html?1158591219 (replace space with "-" in url)

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Old 09-23-2006, 01:40 AM
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Holy moly ND, All we need now is a cheap aftermarket floor pan and we could make a 348 at 10% of the original Ferrari price

And hate to say it but probably more reliable than some 348's out there too
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Old 09-23-2006, 01:44 AM
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Lights

1156 Low for Parking and License plate lights (the non "Low" versions will melt the plastic parking light lens on 348's)

1156 regular (also 12821 Phillips) for Front and Rear Turn Signals, Tail lights, Reverse lights, and Brake lights. If you choose the LED ** versions, use the correct matching color (e.g. "red" LEDs ** for tail lights, not white) and 24 LED bulbs with WIDE angle (the versions with only 18 led "bulbs" are too dim and the versions with 30 led bulbs are too wide to fit in 348 sockets). *thanks, jrobbins

74 (or the red LED version http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b....21418&next=50) for the 7 push fit bulbs in our 3rd brake light fixture (348 and 355)

194 Wedge lights for front and rear (exterior) side lights

125 Dome light for interior overhead light

1445 and 12910 (Phillips) work for the inside of the driver/passenger doors' lights

9006 for Low Beam headlights

9005 for High Beam head lights

H1 for Fog lights

The 26 dash lights/LEDs are wedge fit Type 74 bulbs that push into the OEM twist fit socket holders for the rear of the instrument cluster dash pod. *thanks, jrobbins
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