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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The speed-limiter is likely to be enabled via the ECU. Removing the limiter is a five-minute job if you have access to the GM Tech 2 electronic management/diagnostic tool.
If the van is yours then there's no legal requirement for the limiter. You could just book it in at a Vauxhall dealer for the limiter to be removed. They may charge you for an hour's labour though. Still worth doing in my opinion.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
jack car up ,remove the wheels then take a brake drum off and clean the shoes off and make sure wheel cylinder is free on both pistons ,then clean the rusty lip off with a small angle grinder ,then adjust the shoes up with the automatic adjuster so when drum is replaced it just slides over the shoes and they can be heard to just scuff the drum when turned ,tap around the outside of the drum and check for rubbing noise again if none heard then adjust shous up another click on the auto adjuster .slacken handbrake cable off before you start though so its right back ,then when shoes are adjusted correctly adjust cable till you have 3 clicks on the handbrake ,the cable adjuster is under or at the back of the handbrake lever ,
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
SOURCE: cylinder head
Mate .I am not sure on your model but all cylinder start at the middle 2 bolts and work their way out in a circular sequence.This is to put a head on.To take if is pretty much the reverse.Get it checked for warp and machine it if need be.This will save another head gasket being blown.ALWAYS retension the head after about 1000 km.Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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