Vauxhall TCUs

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Vauxhall TCUs: we can remanufacture them

The German brand Opel has been around since 1862. For a while, Opel was the property of General Motors, but it is now owned by 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. Since then sales have declined a little, but the Corsa is still doing well and the Adam and Karl are also generating good sales figures.

Especially in the lower segments, Vauxhall can still score. It is therefore not surprising that especially for those segments Vauxhall looks for the more price-conscious technical solutions. Take automatic transmissions for example: these are expensive and therefore less suitable for use in smaller cars. An ideal solution to this problem is the robotic manual gearbox. Opel therefore joined forces with Bosch in the 1990s, resulting in the "Easytronic". Simply put, two electric motors take over the gear lever and a hydraulic clutch cylinder operates the clutch. All this is controlled by a central computer (the TCU). Although this system works fine in principle, Easytronic does break down regularly. The gearbox then shifts badly /jerkily or not at all. It is also possible that the car will not start at all! Fortunately, ACtronics has a remanufacering solution available for all these problems.