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    i recon my ecu is knackered and also my cim modual in at the steering wheel
    does anyone know that if i found another vectra and took the ecu,cim ,key and transponder and fitted it to mine would it work without any programming
    thanks in advance

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    Probably, maybe. How do you know these items are knacked?

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    the car is seriously over fueling ive replaced ,maf sensor ,coils,injectors,done a compression test then changed head gasket ,
    im getting these codes

    Total number of fault codes: 5

    P0100 - Mass Or Volume Air Flow Circuit High Input
    (01) - Present

    P0110 - Intake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input
    (14) - Present

    U2139 - CAN-Bus No Communication with CIM (Steering Column Module)
    (70) - Not present

    P1565 - <Unknown DTC>
    (74) - Not present

    P0115 - Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Circuit Range/Performance
    (17) - Present

    the car fires up runs horrible its the only thing left i can think of ,the cam belt was done too and timing is spot on

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    P1565 Speed Control Command Switch Out of Range High.


    Any 'not present' faults are historic faults that have since been cured, maybe just a hiccup.


    Have you tried disconnecting the MAF, does it make any difference?


    How are you getting the codes? Can you take live data from the MAF, Coolant temp sensor and Inlet temp?

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    im using opcom disconnecting makes no differance it seems to be flooding the engine so bad that it ends up only running on 1 clyinder , i can get data off opcom its saying the fuel air ratio is lean and never changes

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    just put a brand new set of spark plugs in and back too a 1 cylinder missfire ,its got to be the ecu the guy im getting the parts off said that replacing all these parts it wont need tech 2 can anyone second that

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    But then you are paying for parts that you don't actually need..

    What is the cost for these parts (breakdown by item), has the ECU been divorced with Tech 2 before removal? Do you have the Immob code?

    To code the ECU to your car will only take about 30 minutes at VX..... but they will prob charge for 1 hour labour. So it is a cost comparison.

    You may need the Immob code in future though anyway.

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    not sure about the imobilizer but i need a cim anyway i keep loosing my dials abs light is on,ive checked the abs multiplug ect and its spotless this was happening before the missfire so may aswell get it too

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    P1565 Cruise Control Interface Malfunction
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    will need to check all these sensors and see if they share a common negative, could be a bad negative given rise to most of the errors you see.... Will try to check the diagrams if i get time tonight
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