Vauxhall Common ECU Faults

This ABS pump is a very common failure for the Corsa D built between 2006 and 2014, causing complete loss of braking to the left front brake caliper...

Common failing engine ECU for Adam, Corsa E, Mokka and Zafira Tourer. Will prevent the vehicle from starting or cranking. Internal malfunction will also prevent direct communications to the engine management system.

Very common failing engine ECU for the 1.3 CDTI Corsa & Combo's built between 2006 - 2013, the common issue is caused by water damage to the ECU causing many different fault symptoms...

Common failing electric power steering column that causes loss of power steering, EPS light on and fault codes stored for "power steering torque sensor" or "steering position sensor"...

This ECU is a common problem for the above vehicles fitted with the 1.6 engine built between 2005 - 2013

Very common problem for the 1.7 & 1.9 CDTI engine that causes complete non starting intermittently.

Part Number: 16267710
VM Number: 8974891360

This ECU/EDU is a very common failure for all 1.7 DTI Astra and Combos with the 16V Isuzu engine, causes the engine to non start or run and then die.

ECU Type: Siemens Simtec 70 & 71
ECU location: Bolted to the side of the engine block
Price: £250
Delivery: Next working day
Rebuild time: 2 - 3 days

This ECU is a very common failure for all 1.8 Vauxhall's with this system type, the problem is caused by the location of the ECU - because it is bolted to the side of the engine block it cannot dissipate any of its heat naturally combined with engine vibration and wild temperature differentials these ECU are failing in very large numbers. The fault usually displays itself as the warning light on the dash board with fault codes that blame the Air Mas Meter, Air temperature sensor and misfire on one cylinder but this is always caused by a faulty ECU.

Common fault for all Vauxhall Easytronic transmissions, normally causes the engine not to start with the "F" sign in the middle of the dash.

Causes loss of power steering in one or both direction, normally starts out as an intermittent fault but always becomes more permanent with time.

This Corsa C Electric power steering column is a very common failure, usually causes the steering to go heavy when turning left or right.

Part Numbers: CCC1-101023, CCC1101023, 81050797 FA

Common fault that causes the roof to stop operating.

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