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posted on 5th Jan 05 at 11:04

i found the best way was to fuck the vauxhall garage rite off and took mine 2 a normal back street garage only took em a few mins and cost me 5:thumbs:

Jamie @ SAS

posted on 31st Oct 03 at 20:43

Just cleaned of Fault Codes 100 & 102 off my ECU with the store's code reader.


"Click" - Fuck Off!



posted on 31st Oct 03 at 02:03

I'm also looking for a solution to this.. I'm assuming that there isn't one, which is a bit of a bastard to say the least. Pissed me off having the garage charge me 35 quid for the code reading then have the cheek to tell me they wanted 200 quid to fix my EGR valve. Went home. Cleaned it. ECU Light = OFF


posted on 18th Sep 03 at 08:00

I just got ripped off 35 quid from vaux dealer to read fault codes from my ECU
using a TECH2. I watched him do it, it took him less than one minute.
I'll NEVER buy another vauxhall. Can anyone recommend an aftermarket code
reader? My car is 1998 1.0L, it appears you can't get the codes by shorting wires on the service socket and counting the lamp flashes unlike earlier cars
- and by the same token the crappy gunsons thing that halfords sells won't work. Anyone know how to read the bloody fault codes without being ripped off each time?