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    Trim : Elegance

    Engine : z19dth

    Year : 2007

    Mileage : 28000

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    Hello everyone! Since I'm not a mechanic and the Opel/vaux workshop always tries to screw me over therefor I'm trying this out myself.


    Issues:
    1. Loooong crank time.
    2. Ultra low power immitent.

    Eyes
    1. Rodant **** on the cooler fluid tank.

    Car display:
    1.. ESP Service needed
    2. Service needed

    OPCOM data as follows:
    Total number of fault codes:3
    P2282 - Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Performance - Unknown status (51) - Not present
    P0671 - Cylinder 1 Glow Plug Control Circuit(00) - Present
    P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit- Not present

    I also made some readings on other modules which made me a bit scared that all cables has been chewed of by the little devils. I get different readings after clearing/restarting something like this:

    Total number of fault codes:2
    U0073 - Control Module Communication Bus A Off(00) - Present
    U0100 - Lost Communication with Engine Control Module - Invalid Data(71)- Present

    Total number of fault codes:2
    2U0073 - Control Module Communication Bus A Off(00) - Not present
    U0100 - Lost Communication with Engine Control Module - Invalid Data(71) - Not present

    When the code is "PRESENT" on this one I cannot get any mesurement data - this makes me belive that the BCM is the issue or cabling to it.
    Where is the beast located (trunk?) and is there a good overview wireing diagram I can take a look at ?

    My workshop wants to(as a start):Charge me 160€ to do the above readings ( I done them myself)Change the glowies (with pressure sensor) all of them.

    Is it possible to see which version that is fitted without takeing them out, potentially dameging them?
    Glowplugs with pressure sensors are 200€ each.

    You guys helped out a lot with my Vectra C, so I'm sure that you are the best helt there is out there. Give me your best!

    Thank you.
    Last edited by NeZZeR-N; 3rd April 2021 at 15:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeZZeR-N View Post
    Hello everyone! Since I'm not a mechanic and the Opel/vaux workshop always tries to screw me over therefor I'm trying this out myself.


    Issues:
    1. Loooong crank time.
    2. Ultra low power immitent.

    Eyes
    1. Rodant **** on the cooler fluid tank.

    Car display:
    1.. ESP Service needed
    2. Service needed

    OPCOM data as follows:
    Total number of fault codes:3
    P2282 - Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Performance - Unknown status (51) - Not present
    P0671 - Cylinder 1 Glow Plug Control Circuit(00) - Present
    P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit- Not present

    I also made some readings on other modules which made me a bit scared that all cables has been chewed of by the little devils. I get different readings after clearing/restarting something like this:

    Total number of fault codes:2
    U0073 - Control Module Communication Bus A Off(00) - Present
    U0100 - Lost Communication with Engine Control Module - Invalid Data(71)- Present

    Total number of fault codes:2
    2U0073 - Control Module Communication Bus A Off(00) - Not present
    U0100 - Lost Communication with Engine Control Module - Invalid Data(71) - Not present

    When the code is "PRESENT" on this one I cannot get any mesurement data - this makes me belive that the BCM is the issue or cabling to it.
    Where is the beast located (trunk?) and is there a good overview wireing diagram I can take a look at ?

    My workshop wants to(as a start):Charge me 160€ to do the above readings ( I done them myself)Change the glowies (with pressure sensor) all of them.

    Is it possible to see which version that is fitted without takeing them out, potentially dameging them?
    Glowplugs with pressure sensors are 200€ each.

    You guys helped out a lot with my Vectra C, so I'm sure that you are the best helt there is out there. Give me your best!

    Thank you.

    To make matters even more complicated I just ran a new scan on the BCM:

    VAUX-COM 120309a - PC based diagnostic tool


    Please add your workshop
    name in the settings window


    VAUX-COM 120309a- CAN Communication Window> 2010 (A) > Insignia > Body > Body Control Module




    Read Info...
    Identifier: 0x0102
    Part Number:13575111
    Software Number:
    Programming Date: 20110316
    Variant programming: 87511141005600D9
    Alpha code: AA
    ECU variant coding: 0x01010125




    Total number of fault codes: 3


    U0100 - Lost Communication with Engine Control Module
    (00) - Not present


    U0101 - Lost Communication with Transmission Control Module
    (00) - Not present


    U0121 - Lost Communication with Electronic Brake Control Module
    (00) - Not present

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    If i was in your shoes the first thing i would do is get a complete engine loom from a scrapped car and replace the one that is on it right now... since you have a clear indication that there were some rodants living inside the car... also pull out the complete interior and find the nest clean it out and disinfect the car and the area where it's parked... this will keep the rodants away from it...

    or do it the cheaper and harder way and find the problem somewhere in the loom and fix it... but chances are the problem is from coming from chewed through wires

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    No point in fixing the faults while rodents are still trapped in the car. The rodents don't really want to live in your car as there is no food for them, so the best way to get rid of them is leave all the doors, bonnet and boot open. Also try peppermint spray as apparently mice can't stand the smell

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