Vauxhall ECUs

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Vauxhall ECUs: we can rebuild that too

Opel was founded in 1862. Since the 1990s, the German brand has been owned for a time by General Motors, but is now part of the PSA Group. In addition to Peugeot, Citroën and DS, Opel (including the English brand name Vauxhall) is now also part of this group. Especially in the 80s and 90s, Opel was very popular in Europe. Everyone knows the Kadett, Astra, Corsa and Vectra. Unfortunately, sales have fallen off since then, but the Corsa, the Adam and the Karl still provide good sales figures.

Although takeovers do not always have to be negative, we must unfortunately return to the period with General Motors. The ECUs used in that period in models such as the Astra, Meriva, Vectra and Zafira, are from the American Delphi Delco. Both the Delphi Delco Multec and the Delphi Delco Simtec regularly give problems. For example, the control of the ignition, injection or cooling fan is missing and that can cause the car not to start. The ECU is almost always the cause of these problems. Revision of these computers is therefore very popular. Are you also interested in a revision? Choose the right model via the search function and click on the right ECU. Registering an overhaul is then only a few steps away.