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check your coil pack,remove both the screws ,disconnect the wiring plug and pull the coil pack up, have a look down each plug cap, there will probably be corrosion on the contacts or on the top of the plugs,this doesent always record a DTC

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Sep 11, 2020


Don't know much about these things but the consensus of opinion is the P1191 code relates not so much to the sensor but to a circuit malfunction.

While the common rail diesel is commonly compared to electronic petrol injection, in practice there are a lot of differences; they are complex and consequently difficult to diagnose many of the problems.
Mostly it needs somebody who specialises in diesel diagnostics who has both the equipment and the experience - in the long run it tends to be cheaper to go that route instead of changing parts without the evidence they are faulty.

What many relatively skilled people still don't realise is these are digital systems and not analogue and traditional voltmeters are less use than an oscilloscope...
Below is a link to an online discussion about the subject...

https://www.picoauto.com/support/viewtopic.php?t=15371

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Jul 04, 2020


Code number 60 on your Vauxhall Astra asks you to open and then close the front passenger side window

Vauxhall Astra... | Answered on Jun 28, 2020


Code 95 on your 2010 Vauxhall Astra Life points towards a fault with the airbags; in other words, your airbags require servicing. To know more about the codeson your car and what they mean, follow this link: https://www.drivingtesttips.biz/vauxhall-astra-dashboard-engine-warning-lights-meanings/fault-codes.html

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on May 18, 2020


Follow these steps to reset the 'Service Vehicle Soon' sign on your Vauxhall:
1. On the car's display panel, scroll through the menu and open the menu item named "info."
2. Search for the option called oil life
3. Press the right arrow button, and you'll see the option to reset
4. Take the cursor to it and click "ok," the warning should now go away.

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Apr 29, 2020


A code 4 it means that there is a problem with the air conditioning. Check if the coolant levels are ok and if the thermostat is not stuck or malfunctioning.

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Apr 29, 2020


A code 82 error means that you may need to go for an oil change. However, if you want to reset this error, do the following:
1. Put the ignition to ON position to get all electronics to work, but the car does not crank up
2. The code 82 will flash, but you should wait till the display shows the mileage
3. Toggle across to where it says oil
4. Now put your foot on the break, and press and hold the trip button, and you will hear an alert.
5. Switch off the car, and then turn it back on-the error should have gone away.

Vauxhall Astra... | Answered on Apr 28, 2020


did you ever find out what was causing the fault code.
2502h/9474

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Mar 10, 2020


Have you had it plugged into a diagnostic system or an OBD2 scanner? This might give you a trouble code to give you a clue as to what the problem is.
Most mechanics charge for this service but you can buy 'very very basic' OBDII scanners online.

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Mar 08, 2020


The service and repair manual with diagram will provide you step by step help to fix the problem easily and you will get the manual from the given link https://toolsnyou.com/

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


TRY ASKING YOUR DEALER FOR HELP

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Nov 24, 2019


first i would check both the bulbs, then i would check the fuses if they are ok i would then replace the brake light switch

Vauxhall Vectra... | Answered on Nov 05, 2019


Is there not the usual long steel tube with larger than engine fingerpull dipstick structure in it coming up into engine bay from auto trans?

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Sep 12, 2019


On the insignia you cant get to the rear of the fuel cap from the boot. Remove the rear wheel (use an axle stand to support the car please), take out the wheel arch liner (just a few screws). Take out the solenoid that operates the lock on the fuel cap cover (you may have to push it in and wiggle it, theres a hook that connects to the flap you'll have to wiggle out). Flap will be free. Clean around where the arm enters the solenoid in case theres a piece of grit stopping the arm from moving (unlikely, but...). Connect the solenoid to the loose wiring of the solenoid thats now hanging there and lock/unlock the car a few times to see if the arm is moving. If it doesnt move, the solenoid has gone, change it. If your not bothered to lock your cap you can leave the solenoid off !

Vauxhall Cars &... | Answered on Sep 10, 2019

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