Does corsa 1.2 v reg 2000 model have cambelt or chain?
I believe that the 1.2 Corsa engine swapped to a chain driven cam with the move to the 'latest shape' cars - usually Y registration and onwards. A 2000 Corsa is the previous model and will, I reckon, have the belt driven cam. So, it's 4year/40,000 mile belt changes under vauxhall's latest recommendations.
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Answer . Thermostat housing is inside cambelt cover,follow large rubber hose from radiator to the outlet stub pipe as it protrudes from the cover.You can't see much of the actual housing before the cambelt cover comes off.. New Answer . Take a tip and save money and time.If you have to replac…e the thermostat,check the miles to the next scheduled cambelt change.If it's anywhere near,get it done while the covers are off. Helpful Tip. Phone your local dealer's parts department, and ask. Any half desent parts person will tell you, as long as you can provide enough info so they can work out what engine your car has. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \njust pull it hard out the box.\nIf it won't come pull it and try to give it a tap out or lever it at the same time.
Answer could be several things,blocking radiator,cylinder head gasket,coolant low due to leaks etc.If no obvious leaks best thing to start with is the thermostat which may be sticking shut.As the thermostat access requires cambelt removal on some corsas,its best to combine the thermo job with a bel…t change. I just had this problem.It turned out to be the cooling fan radiator sensor.Located bottom left on the rad.Phew,Â£15 sorted it for the part .easy to get at from underneath.Note each model is different so have your full details when ordering. ( Full Answer )
The blades are nominally 18 inches,but different manufacturers may vary a little.You must make sure the left blade does not hit the windscreen surround. If you see some packaged as 45cm,or 450mm,these will definitely clear.
Remove the rear speaker covers. Remove the speaker retainingscrews. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers.Reverse the process to install the new speakers.
Answer . \nThere is a hexagon nut on the compensator yoke,this is where the cable meet near the axle.\nThe manual calls for you to pull the handbrake on 4 clicks,then adjust the nut,checking the rear wheels until you can just rotate them by hand.\nYou should now really remove the rear drums and …check that the cam which moves the brake shoes,is just contacting the shoe web through it's locating hole.This is to ensure no lost movement or uneven operation.When the drums are back on,test the brakes,the manual calls for them to be fully locked by 8 notches. ( Full Answer )
This depends on the trim level of the car. For example, an ELX model would have central locking, possibly Remote c/l...whereas the base model would not.
Loosen the timing belt adjustment pulley located on the side of theengine. When the pulley creates enough slack slide the new beltonto the cams. Make sure the cams are aligned correctly.
Probs cam belt very rare to see cam chains on anything but motorbikes these days.
Can you have the wiring diagram for a v reg Ford Fiesta 1.2 with colors so you can change the radio?
A radio wiring diagram, for your Ford fiesta, can be obtained frommost Ford dealerships. The radio wiring diagram can also beobtained from most auto-parts stores.
You are not looking for a stsndard spin on filter This vehicle is fitted with an Eco filter located on the front of the engine block you need to look for a black domed fitting with aprox 27mm hexagon fitting the oil filter is in there DO NOT overtighten when refitting.
3 cylinder engine 1 2 3 4 cylinder petrol and diesel engines 1 3 4 2.
try looking it up on MPG comparison site like www.WhatMPG.co.uk they list vauxhalls on http://www.whatmpg.co.uk/Vauxhall%20MPG%20Information.html
The timing marks on the camshaft sprockets must be directly opposite each other, and aligned with the top edge of the cylinder head. Taken from the Haynes manual Corsa 2000 2003. Hope this helps
your break shoes are proberbly worn, that is why your handbreak is not holding properly. it is quit a difficult job if you are in experienced. wouldn't recomend it by yourself
yes it has a cambelt, and should be changed every 60,000mls. 4/27/2011 - answer 2005 models and earlier had a timing belt. 2006 models and newer have a timing chain.
On the 2000 Fiat Punto, the color code for Metallic Orange is 529.This color code can also be found on the boot of the car.
I have the same problem. Today I absent mindedly put petrol into my diesel corsa (also a 2004 model) I was quoted Â£250 from some company the RAC put me in touch with. Sod that! (There are cheaper ones out there). I got the RAC to tow me home. Tomorrow I will disconnect the fuel line under the b…onnet where it goes into the filter. Connect a bit of pipe to the fuel line and turn on the ignition (not cranking the engine). I think there is a submerged pump in the fuel tank. I hope that this will empty the tank into some jerry cans. Then I will flush some clean diesel through the system. Fill the tank up and keep it topped up for a few weeks. I hope this will dilute the petrol enough not to matter. One problem is what to do with 40 liters of contaminated petrol. Start a big fire :-)? ( Full Answer )
It doesnt depend on Reg. It depends on milage for Suzuki baleno its 60,000 miles.
take off the plastic cover on the top centre of your engine then the screws on the ignition pack and disconnect the wire, lift out and all the way down are the little plugs
take the glass of the front of the speedomiter. then remove the cardbord !! then see if der is any missing bits or parts
hi its in the fuse box under the headlamps switch the should be a cover that pops out \n. there you will find the fuses and the diognostic port
P reg corsa 1.2 and am trying to fit a cigarette lighter in it you have managed to find a black wire and a brown wire in the hole but they seem to be connected to something else please help?
all looms are the same whether it has electric windows, cigarette lighter, central locking or not, look at 1 with it and use the same wires which will be capped off in yours
i lost my corsa light 97 model keys and i want to disconect amobilizer,how can i do that?
My daughter has an X2 1993 and it has a cam belt. All models from 1990 will have a cam belt but I'm not sure about the earlier X1 series prior to 1990. If you are replacing the belt, make sure you buy a cam belt kit with the new tensioner pulley assembly. I found this out the hard way when I pulled …my daughters car apart to replace the belt. The pulley bearing was stuffed and also the tensioner spring gets weak over time. ( Full Answer )
Hi. No the 1.o ltr 12v engine has a timing chain which should last the life of the engine.
Important: If your radio/CD unit has a security code, make sure you know what it is before following the steps below so that you can reactivate the radio/CD unit after the battery is reconnected. 1. Remove windscreen wiper arms. 2. Remove rubber seal from firewall adjacent to the location of the b…attery. 3. Remove the water deflector that sits in front of the windscreen by removing the retaining screws. 4. You might also need to disconnect the windscreen washer hose. 5. Disconnect the -ve battery lead. 6. Disconnect the +ve battery lead. 7. Unscrew the retaining bolt and remove the clamp that holds the battery in place. 8. Lift the battery from the car. Refit the battery by following the previous steps in reverse order, but make sure the doors are unlocked before reconnecting the battery (and that your car keys are not inside the car). ( Full Answer )
The 1.3 is known as the old 'HCS' (High Compression Series) engine, no it does not have a timing belt or chain, it instead uses pushrods to operate the rockers to open and close the valves, these are driven by a cam inside the crankcase.
The 2000 and older Corsa 1.2 engines have a belt driven cam. The2001 and newer models use a chain drive.
just bought a x reg fiesta 90000 mls They tell me it has had a new cambelt is it easy to find out if it has if not what would you suggest I know if it snaps it can do lots of damage
I take it you mean 1.2 16V ? It doesnt have a cambelt , it has a cam chain , which "should" last the life of the engine, there is no recommended change schedules of the chain. If it gets noisy....change it quick !
my 2000 model does nearly all cars do, apart from the odd few that run off a chain
there are five stages stage 1 - 20nm st 2-40nm st 3 tighten further 90 degres st 4 further 90 degres st 5 angle tighten further 90 degres that's what it says in my haynes manual fiat brava n-w reg 4-cylinder petrol engine
The 1.3CDTI engine has a Timing Chain, not a Belt. There is no specified Replacement Interval. It only needs to be replaced if diagnosed as noisy, indicating wear to it and/or its Tensioner Mechanism or guides.
To make your heaters work, make sure you have water in the water tank under the bonnet. You cant miss it. I had that problem with a corsa sxi, I didnt have any water in the tank hense my heaters wouldn't work.
Hi this engine has a cam chain and dosent suffer from failure, not like the 12v 1.0 ecotec engine. I have a 1.3 cdti van and it's done 125,000 miles serviced every 12,000 miles and its chain is still quiet and running fine.
The TDCi uses a chain not belt Not always! On the Mk 4 TDCi 140 is fitted a Peugeot engine called Duratorq, and being peugeot, has a BELT, I believe part belt part chain drive actually. This applies to all the Mk 4 Duratorqs, 1.8, 2.0 maybe 2.2 as well Apart from early auto cars, when the change i…s at 65,000 miles, others are scheduled at 125,000. Seems a lot, had mine done at 105,000, cost with full kit and water pump(i think) is around Â£300. ( Full Answer )
Power steering can be fitted to almost any car, if not all cars. However, the cost of fitting it to a 10 year old vehicle is probably more that the value of the vehicle.
apply toothpaste gently to the rear end of the veichle, while slowly singing songs from your childhoood in a german accent as you watch lion king 2.5 in reverse. Also don't forget to buy the mariachi band pizza. FInish with a love tAP with the back of your hand to the left rear tail light.
I had the same question for sometimes, it appears Maxims 2000 have Chain instead of Camelot
It is not a fault (because it is a green light) but a prompt to suggest you change gear as the high revs or long duration at the same level of revs are uneconomic from a petrol consumption point of view. It is mentioned in the Handbook but interestingly enough the feature has been removed after Bui…ld 10 and is not retro fitable (late 2010) presumably because it annoys some drivers. ( Full Answer )
If it is a newer corsa (built in the last 12 years or so) if guessing you mean the alternator belt because it doesn't actually have a fan belt as the fan is driven by a electric motor. To tighten the alternator belt is very easy...Just loosen the two or three bolts holding it on (do not take them r…ight out) pull the alternator so that the belt tightens and then tighten the bolts back up. You may need someone to hold the alternator and belt tight whilst you tighten the bolts back up. If the belt still continues to squeal after you have tightened it a couple of times it means the belt needs replacing. ( Full Answer )
no bleed valve on corsa as its self bleeding. try starting engine and removing the cap from the expansion tank the air should find its way out.
Your heater is faulty time to replace it. Each time you use the heater you're dripping radiator fluid onto your floor. Alternatively you can go without a heater and join the two hoses that come from the radiator and poke into the firewall on the passenger's side (Australian Holden SB Barina opel… corsa 1.2 engine) these heater hoses are about 1" in diameter. I had the problem and used a brass plumber's hose joiner to join them works well in Summer :/ ( Full Answer )
Hello Sir. Its not possible to adjust since its tension depens on the oil pressure, if there is too much slack in your chain, you change the tensioner. And maybe chain / chain houseing if its damaged. Mechanic Nic E
I tried plugging in an obd ii code reader into a v reg corsa and it wouldnt read the fault codes. So i dont think they are obd ii compliant. It should have a sticker under the bonet next to the vin plate if it is obd ii. obd ii didnt come into all vehicles untill 2001 although some manufacturers d…id use obd ii from 1996. There is also different protocalls of obd ii such as vag, aobd,kps. There are around 9 different protocalls and not all code readers will work on all protocalls. i hope i have been of some help to you ( Full Answer )
The 2.7L used in the Sprinter Van uses a timing chain. The 2.7L used in the Sprinter Van uses a timing chain.
Yes definately, the petrols become noisy (rattle) and diesels are prone to slipping, but all corsa c, 2001 onwards are chain driven.
This model has a chain, have seen inside the engine when i blew the last one
You can first try to twist it in an anticlockwise direction and then pull but if that doesnt work make a cut around the material that bonds the knob to the lever. You can then pull it out.