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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: Yesterday at 22:18:08 »
Yeah. for a main dealer itís quite reasonable

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: Yesterday at 20:39:13 »
So, itís all fixed. Turns out it was a washer inside the wheel hub, which had failed. I had seen it as a possible cause, but I could not get any codes to suggest this.

Iím £150 lighter as a result, but happy itís all resolved.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Investment question.
« on: Yesterday at 09:27:10 »
Sky shares would have been good!

Iíd be tempted to be boring and shove it in multiple ISAís or given you location a property?

I believe the drinks are on you at the moment Tunnie?  :y

 :D :D :D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Investment question.
« on: 23 September 2018, 20:46:37 »
Deposit for a 1 bed flat, rent it out?

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General Discussion Area / Re: Investment question.
« on: 23 September 2018, 20:46:09 »
Sky shares would have been good!

Iíd be tempted to be boring and shove it in multiple ISAís or given you location a property?

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General Car Chat / Re: Car shopping
« on: 23 September 2018, 20:36:29 »
Iíve got some way to go before a 5.0 V8 is that cheap to unsure!

Those Skoda forums are very good from what Iíve seen, lots of tech knowledge and guides.

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General Car Chat / Re: Car shopping
« on: 23 September 2018, 15:06:01 »
Can sell it to me then, as I would strongly consider an Insignia for 3.2 replacement. Even with this issue, DIY servicing is straight forward.

and I can't knock their value for money....

 When you say Insignia I'm sure you refer to the 2.8V6 turbo Insignia and not some smoky diesel. :)

Nope, as I refuse to pay £500 a year to tax a car.

I'd seek out the 170bhp "whisper" variant of the 2.0 diesel, in Elite trim. Probably an Estate as well.

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General Car Chat / Re: Car shopping
« on: 23 September 2018, 14:52:16 »
Can sell it to me then, as I would strongly consider an Insignia for 3.2 replacement. Even with this issue, DIY servicing is straight forward.

and I can't knock their value for money....

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: 23 September 2018, 14:27:05 »
So I can't find overview on ZafC, but found one for ZafB

https://fusesdiagram.com/opel-vauxhall/fuses-and-relay-opel-vauxhall-zafira-b.html

There are no ABS relays, only fuses.

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: 23 September 2018, 14:07:26 »
Forums are full of ZafB owners with same lights on and me and it's all down to ABS control module, sod all on ZafC but perhaps they are only just starting to age now.

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: 23 September 2018, 14:04:43 »
It allows me to pick a bunch of data, as seen in photos. So reasonable enough, speed sensor etc, must be about 25 values of live data ABS system.

Hummmm relay, book tells me about fuses, but not relays. As always with this car, technical data is low online.  :(

Presume it would be a relay in the engine bay fuse box?

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: 23 September 2018, 13:51:57 »
Your reader might not do all ECUs.  So get a set of schematics from somewhere, and pour over them.  Pretty certain you can get a day subscription to GM's EU TIS, because we can't recommend dodgy copies of the software here, can we.


That said, does sound likely its the ABS causing a problem.  But if the ABS/ESP is working, I would defo be checking the connectors etc before condemming anything.

It's not, another weekend test was taking it on the by-pass.

I stamped on the brakes at 70mph, easily locked up the fronts, with no pedal feedback.
so 0 volts ,abs pump not working
did you find the abs relay , mentioned many posts ago

Yes, the large 60amp one in the engine bay, there was another fuse as well 25amp Micro2 fuse in the engine bay too.

The larger one had a cover to remove on top, so you could visually inspect as well.

Both tested with a multi-meter, both had number "close to one" as per research suggested it should.

Also to add, it's a new multimeter, not old POS one I had before.

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: 23 September 2018, 13:50:54 »
Also fact live data still says 0v to the motor pump as well.  :-\
What does it say on a working one?  Is that the return pump? If so, that would only be activated under antilock conditions.

Oh.

I can't test a working one, unless you mean try the Omega?

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: 23 September 2018, 13:50:16 »
Your reader might not do all ECUs.  So get a set of schematics from somewhere, and pour over them.  Pretty certain you can get a day subscription to GM's EU TIS, because we can't recommend dodgy copies of the software here, can we.


That said, does sound likely its the ABS causing a problem.  But if the ABS/ESP is working, I would defo be checking the connectors etc before condemming anything.

It's not, another weekend test was taking it on the by-pass.

I stamped on the brakes at 70mph, easily locked up the fronts, with no pedal feedback.
so 0 volts ,abs pump not working
did you find the abs relay , mentioned many posts ago

Yes, the large 60amp one in the engine bay, there was another fuse as well 25amp Micro2 fuse in the engine bay too.

The larger one had a cover to remove on top, so you could visually inspect as well.

Both tested with a multi-meter, both had number "close to one" as per research suggested it should.

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General Car Chat / Re: Zafira Tourer - Service ESP
« on: 23 September 2018, 13:45:53 »
Also fact live data still says 0v to the motor pump as well.  :-\

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