Not sure what sort of connections are on your fuel filter etc. Your problem sounds like you are drawing in air between the tank and filter effectivley running out of fuel.My last astra was very prone to drawing in air after a fuel filter change,if I didn't change the copper washers on the suction pipe.New zafira diesel has clip on type connectors,if yours are like this,one may not be quite on?Sorted out a diesel land -rover recently,same symptoms as yours,just needed new hose clip on the tank exit pipe.
Vectra 2.0 diesel
To fit a Vectra diesel 2.0 fan belt, make sure that you make reference to the user manual.
ITS ON TOP OF THE PUMP.
No plugs! (DIESEL), No gap!
wher is fuel pump located on diesel vauxhall veectra
it has a chain
i have a timing chain on my 52 plate 2.2 diesel vectra
Get your local mechanic to bleed the injectors
Niether it is shaft driven
try the small pipe from turbo and trace it to make sure connections are tight just had same problem and this pipe was worn
its on the right hand side of the engine as you look at it. That is between the engine and the battery. It has one big hose and two others coming out of it. Be careful, Vectra diesel thermostat does not open quickly when the weather is cold, in hot weather the operating temperature is about 90.
Check the voltage regulator.
I've had one and it did about 9.2 mile/Litre
Behind the camshaft vernier wheel on the Z19DT 120 engine
you put in 4.8 liters
I checked again and found a broke cable. Thanks
vectra b 2.0 dtl / dth, and the same for 2.2 do not require a timing belt change as they are chain driven , however the tensioner requires checking after 150,000
on/ in the fuel pump. it should be the 1 with a single wire leading too it.
I have same car and same problem, replaced battery but no use, checked glow plugs from mechanic, they are OK, problem still there. Any one can help please? have you checked the fuel filter, if it has not been changed for a while then in cold weather the diesel can thicken up in the filter and create a difficulty in starting the car
IS IT DIESEL TURBO IF SO IT THE SWIRL POT ACTUATOR THAT NEEDS REPLACING £14 FROM VX
you can put out a flame in it no problem
I had the same problem on a Peugeot 405 Turbo Diesel. The problem turned out to be the water-in-diesel sensor itself - so I have ignored it for the last 5 years! It is probably the water-in-diesel sensor which is at fault. I have had the same problem for over 5 years on a 405 turbo diesel - so I have ignored it.
Had the same trouble, I changed the elect control module, not a problem to this day.