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    Should my 2004 Signum 2.0 t have an engine undertray ??

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    I think the petrols have half an undertray and the diesels have a full one.
    I'm sure one of the petrol owners will be along shortly to confirm.

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    The Vectra B has at least five different undertrays!
    Mine was damaged this time last year and the correct replacement was finally fitted just last month!
    The first one was for base model and is just two small sections
    The second one was for a petrol SRi and the mounting points didn't match up
    The third one was for a 3.0 V6 CDTI but not the SRI
    The fourth one was actually the same as the second one
    The fifth one was for a SRI, but not the 3.0 V6 CDTI
    The final one was much larger and I had my doubts, but the mounting points were correct

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    My 3.2 does not have a tray at all, dont know if it should have, but there has never been one there.

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    No tray on my 2.0T I think

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    diesels have a full one to catch all the soot and stuff

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    And to deaden all that engine clatter

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman View Post
    diesels have a full one to catch all the soot and stuff
    Petrol is for cleaning parts







    Have consideration for the deaf, if you're gunna fart, make it smell !


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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman View Post
    diesels have a full one to catch all the soot and stuff

    LOL!!!!!!!!

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    None of the petrols have a full undertray - only diesels. Reason for it is to suppress some noise for the drive past noise tests.

    All you will have on yours is a narrow cover along the sub-frame on the drivers side, to protect the multi-v belt.

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