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Vauxhall ZAFIRA 1.8 ECU (Transmission Combined Clutch Actuator) - Part No: 931897671208067 / AG9D304302A

Send your own unit for rebuild

£145.00 (Excludes VAT @ 20%)
Return Shipping £8.90
Turnaround time 2-3 working days
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

Part Numbers:

VM No: 931897671208067 / 55355108 / 1208067BC / 1208067BM / 55562976 / 55562976 / 55355108 / 1208067BC OEM No: AG9D304302A / LOG9D3006801AA / 0132900009 / G1D300611A / AG9D304302A

Vehicle Details:

MakeVauxhall ModelZAFIRA Engine Size1.8 Year2005 - 2012

Common Faults:

Clutch actuator problems for Vauxhall Zafira, fitted between 2005 and 2012, can cause the F symbol to appear static, or flash, on the gear display. Running symptoms of this will include difficulty or non-selection of gears and even non-start. Fault codes found when scanned with fault readers may include: P1732 - gearbox parameter limit reached, P1607 - clutch actuator position control error / control circuit malfunction and P1735 - gearbox parameters not learned. Our comprehensive test and rebuild will rectify these and other issues.
If I purchase this will it cure my fault? Warranty: Lifetime Warranty*, unlimited mileage
Product Code: ETC897671-A

REVIEWS FOR THIS PRODUCT

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Quality Service 4/5

The service was great. My actuator was tested, fixed and returned on time.

Zafira B easytronic/clutch actuator 5/5

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