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Not sure here as to the type as some have a bolt in the block in line with the crank and special tool is used to locate TDC ,If the timing belt broke then you have bent valves anyway so the head will have to come off .If you reply with more details then i will advise how to do it with no timing marks also is this a common rail with just a high pressure pump or is it a intermediate with injector pump but the injectors having electronic sensor on one of the injectors if that makes sense to you

Opel Corsa Cars... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019


Fuel pump or fuel injectors may be dead . Can you hear the pump buzz when cycling the key on and off ?

Opel Corsa Cars... | Answered on Oct 21, 2019


This sounds like it could be an Air bag fault,DO NOT ATTEMPT to replace the airbag yourself as they are operated by a small explosive charge and unless you know what you are doing they can cause serious injury.Airbags should be replaced every 10 years,the only safe option is if you have access to an OBD II Fault code reader this will diagnose any faulty sensors on the vehicle.
If the Air bag is faulty you will need to have it replaced professionally at your local Garage/Dealer

Opel Corsa Cars... | Answered on Oct 04, 2019


If the mileage on the car is high it might be the clutch pressure plate going U/S and need to be replaced. It can also be (if fitted) the cable between the pedal and gearbox going bad and sticky. (If the car has hydraulic clutch activation it will obviously not have a cable.)

Opel Corsa Cars... | Answered on Sep 09, 2019


Hi. I own a Corsa Bakkie utility 1.7 DTi. My problem is that the petrol light keeps flucking and the gauge does not work. I took it in for repairs and was told that my pump and gauge are working well but there is an electrical problem. Can you please assist

Opel Corsa Cars... | Answered on Jul 24, 2019


I have a problem in makin tip opelcorsa 2001, 1.7 naft . with steering fled in an arm . do not know what the bug is

2001 Opel Corsa... | Answered on Jul 22, 2019


change the oil then check...

2004 Opel Corsa... | Answered on Jul 15, 2019


The reason they work with the engine OFF is that they are not spinning so there is nothing stopping them moving in and out of position.
Ill need a bit more information to give you more help.
Is this a manual or an automatic vehicle? Does it do anything else when the engine is running? Does it make noises like grinding or crunching? Does it jump roughly as it goes into gear or slip into gear? Please comment below and I'll try to help you more.

2008 Opel Corsa... | Answered on Jul 12, 2019


Too rich? Look for vacuum hose leak from intake and PCV tubes. Clean the intake flow sensor and throttle plate properly.

2005 Opel Corsa... | Answered on Jul 10, 2019


Get a can of spray starting fluid from a local parts store or hardware store, then when it won't start spray the fluid into the air intake of the engine, if it starts and dies you have a fuel problem, if it doesn't start then you need to verify that no fault codes are present in the memory of the engine control module.

Opel Corsa Cars... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019


it is eather the timing chain is skiped or there is cogs missing on the belt. so time to replace the belt or chain

Opel Corsa Cars... | Answered on Jul 01, 2019


Corsa 1.4I Engine code Z14XE 2000-2004
Bolts must be renewed
stage 1. 25Nm
stage 2, + 90 degrees
stage 3. + 90 degrees
stage 4. +90 degrees
stage 5. + 45 degrees
Sequence
10 6 2 3 7
9 5 1 4 8
bolts 7 & 8 are nearest to the flywheel side of the engine
Engine code C14NZ 1993-1998
Stage 1. 25Nm
stage 2. + 60 degrees
stage 3. +60 degrees
stage 4. + 60 degrees
Sequence as above.
Corsa 1.4I Engine code Z14XE 2000-2004
Bolts must be renewed
stage 1. 25Nm
stage 2, + 90 degrees
stage 3. + 90 degrees
stage 4. +90 degrees
stage 5. + 45 degrees
Sequence
10 6 2 3 7
9 5 1 4 8
bolts 7 & 8 are nearest to the flywheel side of the engine
Engine code C14NZ 1993-1998
Stage 1. 25Nm
stage 2. + 60 degrees
stage 3. +60 degrees
stage 4. + 60 degrees
Sequence as above. <br />Corsa 1.4I Engine code Z14XE <b>2000-2004</b><br />Bolts must be renewed<br />stage 1. 25Nm<br />stage 2, + 90 degrees<br />stage 3. + 90 degrees<br />stage 4. +90 degrees<br />stage 5. + 45 degrees<br />Sequence<br />10 6 2 3 7<br />9 5 1 4 8<br />bolts 7 & 8 are nearest to the flywheel side of the engine<br />Engine code C14NZ <b>1993-1998</b><br />Stage 1. 25Nm<br />stage 2. + 60 degrees<br />stage 3. +60 degrees<br />stage 4. + 60 degrees<br />Sequence as above.

2005 Opel Corsa... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019

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