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    Still getting error P1125 on my07 cdti 120.
    Throttle actuator malfunction.
    I've had the throttle body apart and inspected the circuit board, was full of oil but looked fine after a clean.

    Is P1125 a fault with my throttle body then?
    If so I'm just gonna replace it with a new'en from ECP. About £180 quid.
    Aslong as it fixes it I'm not to bothered.

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    Hi Have you checked soldered joints with magnifying glass look here http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showth...45#post1338145 Shaun.
    Last edited by shaun.b; 2nd April 2013 at 17:59.

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    Just check joints by eye tbh, Mines filling with oil too... Is P1125 a fault with the throttle body then?

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    had this fault, I just changed the throttle body actuator just got one from the scrappy, cleared the code. its never been back.

    Slammedorion did you clear the code after cleaning it.

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    Yes keep clearing this fault, just every few weeks it has a mishap, pressuming the throttle body actuator is the throttle body?

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    The black box with the circuit board in is the actuator, the circuit board on early vectra's suffer with dry solder joints giving the p1125 code, mine was really hard to see the dry joints without a spot light and magnifying glass. Shaun.

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