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Corsa D 2007 computer little problem
10-18-2009, 10:56 AM
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Corsa D 2007 computer little problem
Year: 2007
Model: Corsa D
Engine Size: 1248 cc
Auto/Manual: manual
Mileage: 13000 (21000 km)

Corsa D 1.3 CDTI, 75 hp, 5 doors. The time is not reset the secondary mileage (middle row). We must mention that I had a little tinker intervention which had disconnected the negative terminal. After solving the problem I noticed that the first two lines of CB screen showed that had not (two fixed values, which do not change). CB I reset by pressing the button longer and have reset both lines. Then I noticed that pressing the button a little longer to power windows, do not continue to fall if we finger on the button. I have reset once or twice and have returned. Today, trying again windows, the passenger had the same problem, while on the driver was ok. CB and I tried to reset resets only the first line, the mileage remains unchanged. I tried several times, with longer or shorter durations of tightness. Please help me solve the problem. Thanks!
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10-18-2009, 01:23 PM
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RE: Corsa D 2007 computer little problem
My first thoughts here are a problem with a body control module (if it has one) but I also believe we are talking about a non USA vehicle so not sure anyone here has experience with the situation you describe.
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10-18-2009, 04:46 PM
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RE: Corsa D 2007 computer little problem
Rupe Wrote:My first thoughts here are a problem with a body control module (if it has one) but I also believe we are talking about a non USA vehicle so not sure anyone here has experience with the situation you describe.

Indeed, we are not talking about a USA car (OPEL Corsa D), but I thought that the principle of operation is about the same and I tried their luck hoping that someone on this site had a similar problem. Do you think it would solve the problem with a new disconnect the negative terminal of the battery? Regards.
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10-18-2009, 05:21 PM (This post was last modified: 10-18-2009 05:25 PM by Rupe.)
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RE: Corsa D 2007 computer little problem
Easy things are always worth a second try so disconnect the negative battery cable and go have a beer. That should be long enough if it's going to work at all.

You might also try searching the internet for "Opel Club" or similar. You never know if there are other owners out there sharing secrets that are particular to the make and much more in depth for information.

Good luck!
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