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    a little while ago someone showed some pics on here of a badly solderd printed circut board where on the vectra c was this board anyone know ?

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    Throttle body of a 2004/05 1.9 CDTI.

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    yeah thats the one where is that pcb

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippo View Post
    yeah thats the one where is that pcb
    in the bottom of the tb, inside the black base.

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    Just done mine Sunday, The circuit board has seven solder spots all together and i cleaned mine with elec contact spray & a fine brush, With a strong magnifying glass they looked in perfect condition but there must have been a problem with one or more of them, I was getting the car/spanner light but no other symptoms as such only some times with reduced power/limp home, The code stored was P1125 - Throttle Actuator Malfunction (61) - Not present, But if the engine management light also appears it maybe 'present', Then you may have a full limp home mode job, The only solution is to clean the body & flap spotless then do a re-solder of the joints as per the 'how 2', I found doing it easy 'under a magnifying glass' with the help of an assistant holding the glass whilst re-soldering, The joints are 'small' but look a 'lot' bigger in the 'how 2' guide, Just a gentle touch of each solder then when melting starts just add a ''small amount'' of new solder & jobs a good un!.

    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showthread.php?t=119346
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    cheers guy`s which how 2 is the exact one and where under the bonnet is this black box please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippo View Post
    cheers guy`s which how 2 is the exact one and where under the bonnet is this black box please....
    The throttle body fix for the CDTI 150. The black box is the base of the throttle body - so when you remove the throttle body, it's base is black - where the electrical connection is plugged in. The base is held on with 5 clips. Watch the clips though as they fly off when you release them.

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    any pics ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippo View Post
    any pics ?
    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showthread.php?t=136699

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