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2003 vectra (c) 2.0 dti pump ecu test

Discussion in 'Cavalier, Calibra, Vectra, Signum, Sintra & Insignia owners forum' started by beatsworkin, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. beatsworkin

    beatsworkin the pig

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    hi guys just had the ecu results back from ecutesting.com and they found no faults within the ecu i posted a thread about my problem link below

    http://www.vauxhallownersnetwork.co.uk/index.php?threads/vectra-2-0-dti-03.294218/

    some of u may remember it anyhows thought i'd start a new thread and see if any1 can suggest any or solutions as said in tittle ecu has past test and is on way back should be here tomorrow but still problem is unsolved so any info would be great thanks in advance
     
  2. fronteratech

    fronteratech VXON Resident 4x4 and diesel specialist

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    it could be injector seals
     
  3. beatsworkin

    beatsworkin the pig

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    any easy way to test these wouldnt it be hard to start at all times ?
     
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    fronteratech VXON Resident 4x4 and diesel specialist

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    no its strip down and check
     
  5. beatsworkin

    beatsworkin the pig

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    cheers guess thats wot i'll be at tomorrow or monday:cautious:
     
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    injectors and seals have turned out to be good any other ideas guys can the cam sensor be replaced on the pump ???????????
     
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    fronteratech VXON Resident 4x4 and diesel specialist

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    if they found no faults how can sensor in pump be at fault
     
  8. Fire26662

    Fire26662 There can be only one.

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    did you send them the whole pump? I would have thought that if the code said sensor it can only be pump sensor OR ECU. Although I have seen petrol engines bring up this same code, and it has turned out to be bad crank sensors causing a bad synchronisation. For some reason the ECU chooses the cam sensor over the crank sensor.
     
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    i sent ecu only as thats what they ask for crank sensor has been replaced and didnt help
     
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    andyl Well-Known Member

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    Have you removed your pump to remove the ecu?Are you sure it`s not the pump itself that`s
    causing your problem.
     

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