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Vauxhall fault codes I've had my zafira on a diagnostic and following codes have come up but want to know the names of the actual sensors. PO0130, PO0131 and PO0135.
Send it to mr bean (LOL !)
NO YEAR CAR , OUCH!
I,for sure, cant speak for (DIN or ISO ) only SAE.org
we invented this junk. (da, gringos) SAE OBD2.
but. here i am typing this for you into google. and behold.
btw , no ecu can tell you what is actually broken,
only humans know. that. (tests) (or visual inspections. the wires)
after removing the OH's "O" the codes play.
first hit was, am i good?
oxy sensor too low too long. (it is what it says, for sure.)
you posted 3 codes
135 is the clincher, say heater is dead.
if its dead the others dont matter, see why?
02 sensors (even new ones) are dead with no heat.
so there is only 2 cause.
1: the heater is open (infinity ohms when measured)
2: ;the wire to it is broken,
only 2 ways. (bad heater bad wires)
there are exceptins, some early cars have relays that run the power to 02 sensors heaters. only you can find that out
by looking or reading the FSM. to fix cars, it takes an FSM
in the USA we have great places to get info
the dealer FSM.
all data dot com
do you have such places? if so post them.
others ask 1million times in 1000 forums and not one answer.
they dont sell this car here, so i cant wax too smart.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Vauxhall / Opel Zafira Manuel
then simply select your model and all the available brochures are here for you to download at your leisure. :)
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Do you feel any resistance when you pull the lever? If not, your cable is diconnected, probably behind the lever. If you feel resistance, your latch may not be functioning... may have to manually release through front grille.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
The parts aren't really that expensive, it's the labor these places charge an hour. Call around and see who can do it the cheapest, unless you want to do it your self.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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