Vectra 1.9 CDTi Inlet Manifold and Cambelt Change
A fun video of me changing the inlet manifold and cambelt on my 2008
Vauxhall Vectra 1.9 CDTi 150. This is not to be used as a guide to do it
yourself, but it does save a fortune compared to getting the dealership to
do it for you...
VECTRA C GTS AUDIO DVD TV
STACJA MULIMEDIALNA VECTRA C niestety dzwiek z TV DVD i radia został
zablokowany przez You Tube ..sciezka muzyczna podmieniona
Parrot MKi9000 & 2002 Vaxuhall Vectra C Installation
Parrot MKi9000 Bluetooth advanced hands-free music system Install into 2002
Vauxhall Vectra C SRi using an Autoleads SOT-078 ISO connection lead. This
lead did make the installation much easier and neater however I did find
that the lead didn't fit into the original radio metal cage like the
Vauxhall one did and that some of the pins in the lead didn't seem to be
locked into the plugs that well with a tendency to pop out when plugging
the parrot leads in, I also had too swap the two +12 volt supplies wires to
the parrot these are the red & orange wires on the Parrot supplied wiring
loom both fitted with inline fuse holders one is the permanent +12 volt
supply from the cars battery the other is an ignition +12 volt which is
only on (live) when the ignition is switched on I checked these with a
multi meter and just swapped the wires at the fuse holders as per the
instructions on page 12 & 13 this is necessary and the parrot unit could
flatter the cars battery if left for any time.
2005 Opel Vectra Design Edition 1.8 16V Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
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Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice
The first Vectra, known as the Vectra A, was introduced in 1988 as a saloon
and hatchback, replacing the Opel Ascona C. A coupé based on the Vectra,
called the Calibra, was also sold. Both cars were designed by the Opel
design chief at the time, Wayne Cherry. Vauxhall Motors, the British GM
subsidiary that shared most of its models with Opel, did not use the
"Vectra" model name. It marketed the car as its next generation Cavalier.
1992--1995 Opel Vectra A sedan front
1992--1995 Opel Vectra A sedan rear
1994 Vauxhall CavalierEngines ranged initially from a 75 PS (55 kW) 1.4 L
to a 130 PS (96 kW) 2.0 L Family II. With the introduction of Euro I
emissions regulations, the base model was replaced by a 1.6 L with the same
output, while the top of the line was given to a 16-valve version of the
2.0 L engine, which powered the GT (GSI) version, and had 150 PS (110 kW).
Four-wheel drive versions were added to the lineup in 1990, and in 1993,
the car received a limited edition turbocharged version, with 204 PS (150 kW). The
1.4-litre engine was not available in all markets, and even then, it was
only available in basic trims (Base/L in United Kingdom, LS/GL in Europe).
A 2.5 L V6 engine appeared towards the later stages of the Vectra's life,
developing 170 PS (125 kW), turning the car into a relaxed motorway cruiser
rather than give it sporty pretensions.
There were a choice of two diesel engines; one was an Isuzu 1.7 L Circle-L
unit, in both naturally-aspirated and turbocharged form (1686 cc), this one capable of
achieving 82 PS (60 kW), and a Opel designed 1.7 "low blow" turbo-diesel (1699 cc), and naturally-aspirated
diesel unit, delivering up to 68 PS (50 kW; 67 hp). Both units have a
reputation for longevity, especially Isuzu developed units, which were also
regarded as some of the most refined diesels available at the
The front suspension was fully independent, with MacPherson struts, pressed
steel lower control arms, and an anti-roll bar. The front suspension,
together with the major mechanicals (engine and transmission) is remotely
mounted on a front subframe. On front wheel drive models, the rear
suspension is semi-independent, consisting of a torsion beam axle linked to
trailing arms, with double conical coil springs and direct acting
telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers, with certain models also having an
anti-roll bar. On the four wheel drive GSi, the rear suspension is a
subframe-mounted fully independent design, with semi-trailing arms, double
conical coil springs, direct acting gas-assisted telescopic shock
absorbers, and an anti-roll bar. Steering gear is a rack and pinion type
(manual or power assisted, depending on model), mounted on the bulkhead
(firewall), with a telescopically deformable steering column.
The Vectra also received a refresh in 1992. The range received new front
grilles and a black plastic strip above the rear tail lights, along with an
upgrade to the structure for improved crashworthiness. Airbags became
available from 1993 onward.
The Vectra gave birth to a coupé version, the Opel Calibra, which shared
the Vectra's underpinnings, including the most powerful engines (115 PS and
up) and transmissions.
In New Zealand, the Vectra A was offered initially as an Opel, but it wore
Holden badges from 1994. It was not sold in Australia, where Holden instead
offered a rebadged Toyota Camry called Apollo until 1997.
In Brazil, the Chevrolet-badged Vectra A was not introduced until 1993,
when it replaced the Chevrolet Monza, a restyled version of the Ascona B.
In Egypt, the Opel Vectra A was not introduced until 1994 through GM Egypt
Dealerships, and started production in late 1994 by GM Egypt through early
1996 with a range of 1.6 GL ,2.0 GL trim and 2.0 GLS trim and only Saloon
body style Boosting strong sales
during this short run.
ZENEC NC5011D im Opel Corsa
ZENEC NC5011D im Opel Corsa D mit Rueckfahrkamera und DVB-T Tuner. Radio in
original Passform, Lenkradfernbedienung funktioniert weiterhin.
Тест Opel Vectra.avi
Ролик снят ТК "НТМ" совместно с
"Ярославский центр подготовки водителей"
для передачи "Авто pro"....
Opel Bordcomputer Geheimmenü
Hier zeige ich euch an einem CD70 Navi mit CID, wie man in das Geheimmenü
kommt, und was es dort zu sehen gibt. Besonders nützlich ist die digitale
Geschwindigkeit und die Kühlwassertemperatur ("Coolant"). Je nach
verbautem Radio befindet sich die Settings Taste an verschiedenen
Positionen. Das TID kann nur ein paar Infos vom Radioempfang preisgeben.