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Code 84 is a generic code that comes up when there is a problem with the powertrain. Take your car to the dealership to run diagnostics. The problem can be something basic or severe in nature. It can be anything from a failed sensor to a leaking hose.

Holden Cruze... | Answered on Mar 30, 2020


holden jackaroo 98 3.5 spark plug gap is
1.0 -1.1

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Mar 24, 2020


hi,
its quiet easy to do can be a little difficult to get ur hand into it .
open bonnet
where the air box is .
you will see the headlight globe rubber boot.
next to that in the corner you will see 2 wires connect to another socket turn that to release it and lift sock up to remove globe .
refit in reverse steps .

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Mar 24, 2020


bad pump, or even a blown fuse..
or OMG, out of fuel. gage fibs..
we have non here USA,. you down under.

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Mar 03, 2020


Thermostat needs replacing or oil life monitor. Not reaching temperature within a specified time.

Error code 89 Chevrolet CruzeIf you have changed the oil and reset the oil life monitor I'd say the code 89 is pointing at the thermostat, which is a known weak point on the US 1.8L Cruze. If you changed the oil and didn't reset the oil life monitor reset it now and see what happens.Mar 30, 2016

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Mar 30, 2016 - If you have changed the oil and reset the oil life monitor I'd say the code 89 is pointing at the thermostat, which is a known weak point on the US 1.8L Cruze. If you changed the oil and didn't reset the oil life monitor reset it now and see what happens.Error Code 89
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Have you changed the fuel filters in it lately?

Possible water etc in the filters..

Regards
Geoff

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Mar 03, 2020


You get the dealer to reprogram it using their computer scanner device. Sounds like they aren't really a dealer.

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Mar 03, 2020


google ... <diagram for the fanbelt set up for a 2010 holden captiva diesel engine> ... to see if your engine is shown in diagrams.

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Mar 02, 2020




If your local Holden dealer has been unable to resolve your enquiry, you can use the following methods to raise a concern, or make a complaint to Holden Customer Care:

By Telephone at 1800 GM HOLDEN (1800 46 465 336)

Monday - Friday: 8 am - 6 pm AEST.

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Mar 02, 2020


Any chance u got a manual to refer to like get reference books from reliable-store.com .. I'm kinda sure that's all u need..

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Dec 28, 2019


Sounds like valve clatter. (noise)
Check the oil and make sure it is to the correct level.
Change the oil. (and filter) If it is old, it loses its viscosity.
It becomes thin and not very effective. You may also choose to add a thicker viscosity oil to quiet things down a bit as a temporary fix. This is what dealerships do when selling a used vehicle with certain engine noises.
Be careful not to overdo it. Especially now that it is winter.
The oil will become to thick on a cold start, starving the engine for critical lubrication when it needs it most. The reason why you get valve clatter upon startup, (if that is the issue) is because the oil all drains down as the vehicle sets and it takes time to recirculate through the motor. When it is worn, nothing sticks to the surfaces it is supposed to protect.

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Dec 20, 2019


ask your local holden dealer

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Dec 20, 2019


TRY WAITING AFTER TURNING KEY ON A FEW SECONDS UNTIL THE FUEL PUMP FILLS THE RAIL PERHAPS COUNTING TO 10 OR SO THEN TURN KEY TO START.

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Dec 13, 2019


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Holden Cars &... | Answered on Dec 11, 2019


In order to start and run an engine needs: -
A good cranking speed.
The correct amount of fuel delivered into the combustion chamber at the right time,
Good compression.
A spark sufficient to ignite the mixture at the right time.

An engine that doesn't start has at least one requirement missing and only systematic checks will reveal which.

Considering the age of the car I wouldn't be surprised if the injector spray patterns are bad and I suggest you begin there.

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Dec 08, 2019


Could be a bad transponder key. Not an uncommon fault with Commodores. Also if the key case comes loose it will prevent the transponder from registering. Found a helpful link for you to check out -
https://forums.justcommodores.com.au/threads/vz-wont-start-seems-to-be-immobiliser-but-cant-re-mobilise-it.263997

Holden Cars &... | Answered on Dec 08, 2019

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