The 124 Sport Spider is a two-seater convertible made by Fiat, introduced at the November 1966 Turin Auto Show, and manufactured until 1985. The engine used in the Spider and Coupé was a double overhead cam, aluminum crossflow head version of the sedan’s pushrod unit. It started in 1966 with a capacity of 1438 cc progressively increasing to 1608 cc in 1970 (although this reduced to 1592 cc in 1973), 1756 cc I4 in 1974 and finally 1995 cc in 1979. Fuel injection replaced carburettors midway in 1980.
The following electrical schematics and wiring diagram apply for Fiat Spider 124 for 1980, 1981 and 1982 model years. Here you will find detail information, description, illustration and explanation of the car’s electrical system including ignition, starter, alternator, engine cooling fan, and power distribution circuits, starter circuit with automatic transmission system, high and low beam circuit, lighting, instruments, indicators, power window and radio circuits diagram, and fuel injection system.