Question about Holden Vectra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
timing cover has marks on it,line it up with pulley,remove pulley and cover,check to see if any marks on camshaft.un do tensioner.to be sure make your own marks
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
The warning light has two states. A blinking light indicates a critical
problem with gaseous emissions from the engine that is likely to cause
permenant damage to the engine, exhaust sytem or catalytic converter. A
blinking light must be remedied immediately, and the car should not be
driven in this state, at the risk of causing serious and permenant
damage to the engine, exhaust and/or catalytic converter. Repairing or
replacing these parts can be extremely expensive. A reputable garage or
a Vauxall/Opel garage should be able to diagnose and repair the
A solid (unblinking) light indicates a non-critical fault in the emmisions exhaust system. Many faults are covered by this light including failures in emssions sensors, temperature sensors and a variety of other parts. This usually results in a higher than average amount of environmentally harmful pollutants being expelled from the car, loss of power and/or gradual damage to the engine, exhaust and catalytic converter. While the car can still be driven with a non-critical emmisions problem, it is highly recommended that the fault is diagnosed and repaired at a reputable garage or Vauxhall/Opel garage.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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ok fuse and bulbs are ok then you have to start looking at switches there is a switch on the arm of the brake pedal, use a test light and make sure 12 volts is going through the switch then that voltage goes upto the multifunction switch in the stearing colum, this has your hazard lights, turn signals, and bright headlamp controls in it, check this by turning on the hazard lights see it the tail lights flash this uses the same wire as the brake light so if it lights you have a bad brake switch at the pedal, if nothing lights up 90% chance its the multi function switch
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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