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    Default Got car back today.... wasn't the EGR...

    I said I would update on my juddering that I had at new year causing the Vec to go into limp....

    It wasnt the EGR valve as expected. Or the third injector!

    Quite a long report on the job sheet...

    TECH2 showing P0093 (52)
    Field Remedy 1957
    Fuel pressure 17.23 - Desired 80.00.
    Fault on Suction control valve. New parts ordered.
    Replaced Fuel pump suction control valves.
    Renew cambelt
    Lower timing case bolts rounded off when trying to removed - renwew bolts as reqd. Renew gskts / seals etc.


    Hmm.... so the reason it was in for two weeks was that someone rounded off the bolt heads and they had to wait for new ones to come in.... the actual problem was fixed a week ago!

    I am assuming "Renew Cambelt" means that they have replaced it? Or do you think they mean it needs renewing? They didnt actually say anything about it when I collected it.

    Does anyone know what field remedy 1957 is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeO View Post
    Does anyone know what field remedy 1957 is?
    Probably secret code for "hit it with large hammer"

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    Engine : cdti

    Year : 2004

    Mileage : 98,000

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    the field remedy is a fix for the code stored ie the fault, you need to find out what the code means.

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    That field rememedy replaces the SCV's

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    Quote Originally Posted by delboy2028 View Post
    That field rememedy replaces the SCV's
    Cool thanks - as long sa it isnt anything else that they haven't done

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    3.0v6 derv is it? Seems to be happening more and more on these. quite an expensive job too.

    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showth...ld+remedy+1957

    Field Remedy: 1957
    Subject: Engine Y30DT, High Pressure Pump - Lack of power during acceleration
    Models: Engines: Option:
    Vectra-C 2003...2006,Signum 2003...2006 Y30DT| Z30DT,Y30DT| Z30DT
    Complaint: Engine lack of power during acceleration. During investigation with TECH2 a pressure drop between actual rail pressure and desired rail pressure is visible.
    Cause: Blocked suction control valve (SCV) within the high pressure pump.
    Production: Modified production process (earlier changing of manufacturing tools, improved cleanliness) implemented at supplier. Countermeasures were implemented with engine number 69692 (01.09.2006).

    Remedy:
    Before replacing the high pressure pump update ECU with modified software
    as of TIS 2000-DVD, version 76.
    With this TIS 2000-DVD, version 76 a modified software regarding high
    pressure diagnosis was implemented (improved DTC: P0093 detection).
    If the DTC still occurs after refreshing the ECU please record a snapshot
    of the complaint vehicle. If a pressure drop can be confirmed out of the
    snapshot data, replace the high pressure pump (Partnumber: 97228919 /
    Cataloguenumber: 58 19 062).
    FunctionalGroup: J - Engine
    Complaint Group: 13 - No/Poor Function,20 - Poor Performance
    Trouble Code: None
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Yep its 3L V6 CDTi.

    Warranty shopping for it now as it runs out in 2 weeks.

    Lucky this happened before it ended really. I was worried it would not be covered because of something I read in the documents about being within three months of the cars first MOT, but the stealers just did it and said it was covered, so I did not argue!

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    Good news then, best part of £1000 for that little lot
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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