More information needed,there could be a Power Steering belt and a alternator belt .Both of these would need removing to get access to the cambelt,which takes a lot of space to describe.Suggest check similar queries and if no help,repost question with more info on what you wish to do.
The crank sensor on the Vauxhall Astra is above the offside drive shaft. It is best viewed by looking under the car.
how to change the drive belt
No. On the Vauxhall Astra 1.4 engine the water. pump is driven by the cam belt. In fact the cam belt is adjusted by twisting the pump body and tightening the three retaining nuts.
The Vauxhall Astra SRI possesses a two liter diesel engine with 158 bhp, offers a 59 miles per gallon fuel efficiency, has a 4 cylinder, four wheel drive engine, and can go from 0-60 mph in 8.5 seconds.
approximately every 40,000 miles
Automatic cars use a lot of petrol. That is why most people in countries with expensive petrol drive manual cars.
go to a garage, u ain't gonna get this done on your drive!
The Astra will be much better as you will mostly drive on the motorway however it will cost more as the lowest amount of litre for a Astra is 1.4 and a corsa is 1.0 but a Astra will have more expensive insurance and road tax and petrol however the Astra is a very reliable and strong built car but I will advise you to buy a Audi a3 or either a vw golf new model.
All standard Astra's are front wheel drive.
Crank sensor is best viewed from under car,its above offside drive shaft and a pain to get to,held in with 1 torx bolt