Vivaro (2001 - present)
FREE guide exposes faults on this van!
Before you buy a Vauxhall Vivaro (2001 - present) there are 11 common
faults or wear items that you should check for. Our research amongst the
experts that work on this specific model everyday, has identified:
- 5 engine check(s) to make
- 3 interior item(s) that you need to ensure work
- 2 wear item(s) to spot on the suspension
- 0 area(s) on the bodywork to inspect
- 1 official recall(s) that should have been completed
Our three-stage process makes it easy (even if you know nothing about vans)
to spot these potential problems. For each fault we tell you:
- What to look for (this is written so that it is easy to understand
even if you know nothing about vans)
- What it means if you find the fault
- What to do (here we give you the streetwise options)
Here is just one example check for the Vauxhall Vivaro (2001 - present):
What to look for
Check that the engine starts from cold and warm. Be prepared that the van could cut-out during the test drive if it has starting problems.
What it means (if you find this fault)
If the engine won't start just from cold the problem may be the glow plugs. If the engine has an intermittent starting problem and cuts out the fuel pump is usually the cause. Otherwise, poor starting at all times is usually worn injectors. (This check continues in the guide where there is more space).
What to do (your options)
Have the van inspected. Glow plugs will cost £500, Injectors £1,000 and a fuel pump £2,000.
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The guide has pictures and diagrams to make it easy to recognise more technical parts of the van and complete the checks.
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The guide covers all this model's major variations, including the different
specifications, engine sizes and body shapes.
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