Hello everyone, it is the first time that I enter this forum, I wanted to comment on the ITV jokes, I have a 2003 Fiat Multipla JTD, currently with 170,000 Kms, I always take it to the same ITV and until now they only give me a slight fault for Some dents on the front fenders, but I’m not worried about it. The issue is that today I have passed it again and it turns out that since last year until now I have not done any maintenance, in my previous inspection I took it with all the filters and oil changed, but the EGR had it bad and it usually takes a lot smoke, the brake pads at that time had about 40,000 km. Today, a year later it has 22,000 km more than then without having changed neither oil nor filters and the EGR is getting worse and worse and it turns out that comparing the results of the measurements that have given with those of 2013 it turns out that it brakes better and the gases are lower, does anyone understand?
If I spend the MOT in a car at 9 years and 11 months, they give it to you for two years or until the car has been eleven years
Hello, all these tips are very good. But if I change the wheels to pass the ITV. He passes it and the following year they tell me that they are not approved. I ask them why I spend it last year and they tell me they didn’t realize it. What should I do? I no longer have the invoice for the wheels and the ITV gentlemen wash their hands, and the only one who is not a professional of this is me. And I’m the one who has to pay.
Hello Fernando Grima, I’m afraid you have no alternative but to change the tires to pass the ITV. I understand that there is no time to waste money like this, the only thing that occurs to me is that some workshop or acquaintance leaves you a set of wheels to pass the ITV and that once it is over you can mount yours again, even if it stops you. Civil Guard and check the measures and codes of load and speed of the wheels and do not agree with those of the technical sheet may sanction you. A greeting.
Hi Jose, I’m sorry but you won’t be able to pass the ITV with different wheels on the same axle.
HELLO I have changed the engine of my car what do I have to do to pass the ITV I have to fix some paper before thanks
Hi Javi, if you have not temporarily canceled it during the period that has passed without repairing the engine, you do not need to pass any ITV.