Opel Corsa Owners Manual: Additional servicing

Additional operations Additional operations are not required


Additional operations are not required every service but can be performed in conjunction with a regular service.

Time allowances for such work are not included in the scope of regular services and will be charged for additionally. It is more economic if these operations are performed as part of a scheduled service than having them performed separately.

Extreme operating conditions Operating conditions are classified as


Operating conditions are classified as extreme when at least one of the following occurs frequently: ■ Cold starts.

■ Stop and go.

■ Trailer towing.

■ Gradients and/or high altitudes.

■ Poor road surfaces.

■ Sand and dust.

■ Extreme temperature fluctuations.

Police vehicles, taxis and driving school vehicles are also classified as operating under extreme conditions.

Under extreme operating conditions, it may be necessary to have certain scheduled service work done more frequently than the scheduled intervals.

Seek technical advice on the servicing requirements dependent on the specific operating conditions.

    Service schedules
    Service schedules 1) Whichever occurs first. 2) In case of too high consumption / leakage, perform additional work with customer's agreement. Service schedules Service schedules 2) In c ...

    Recommended fluids and lubricants
    Only use products that have been tested and approved. Damage resulting from the use of nonapproved materials will not be covered by the warranty. Warning: Operating materials are hazardous and ...

    See also:

    Opel Corsa B 1993–2000 Service and Repair Manual. Fuel pump - testing, removal and refitting
    Note: Refer to the warning note in Section 1 before proceeding. Testing 1. To test the fuel pump on the engine, disconnect the outlet pipe which leads to the carburettor, and hold a wad of rag ov ...


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