Please help, I have NO idea what to do and I have no clue about cars, it seems to be all happening at once at the moment, only a month ago my mum passed away, so its just adding insult to injury.
So anyway, I started up the Vectra this morning fine (cold morning this morning, dont know if that has anything to do with it), just to move it off the drive so I could get the van off, anyway moved it on to the road and it was fine. Then about half an hour later went to move it back on to the drive, so it was off the road... thats where the problems begin.
The car goes to turn over fine as you turn the key, then as it tries to get the engine running, which it does just about but it then seriously chugs and coughs, and dies. I tried to accelerate to get it out of the chugging and pressing on it makes no difference, nothing happens. Thing is there are no faults shown on the dash or anything but especially on a cold day it does kind of chug when it does start up, but doesn't sound that bad.
Just a few months ago it was in to Vauxhall with what I guess was a similar problem, the car died while I was driving, and went on to limp mode, went to Vauxhall and the 'injector wiring loom' and 'clutch switch' was replaced then, it seemed ok after that.
I've been reading through all the similar posts and the problems seem to relate to either the third injector, EGR valve, inlet manifold and swirl valve but none seem to be identical to what's happened here so I have no idea if its the same.
Any help would be appreciated, I'm seriously losing it with Vauxhalls in general, the amount of problems that I've had with it I have no idea how I'm meant to even GET it to Vauxhall or get it fixed, if it won't start.