Astra 2002 Koltec GSI not switching to LPG

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Re: Astra 2002 Koltec GSI not switching to LPG

#21 Post by pjpj » Tue Apr 12, 2016 1:39 pm

If it is a diode then the colour codes you have said and their position makes it a 1N310

The equivalent of a 1N310 is, yes you guessed it, a 1N4148 (Taken from two sources, heres one)

http://www.fotorele.net/pdf/diody_stabi ... import.pdf

Personally I would replace all of those with 1N4148 and the cap of course and compare the pin measurements with the new replacement you have found using a multimeter.
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Re: Astra 2002 Koltec GSI not switching to LPG

#22 Post by Brian_H » Tue Apr 12, 2016 10:29 pm

Sounds like a plan - The new one hasn't cured the issue anyway! I was reading the colours wrong I'd been interpreting it as 1n130 and coming up with nothing!

Cheers for that anyway, will see what happens when i get round to it. Any thoughts on constant cycling of the rear tank solenoid on the egi system? (clicks on and off every few seconds - I've checked the coil and it appears to be ok resistance wise, Think next step might be to power it directly and see if it works correctly, Unfortunately its happened when the tank is full so don't really want to strip the post down at this point, have had it apart before and nothing much found there)

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Re: Astra 2002 Koltec GSI not switching to LPG

#23 Post by pjpj » Thu Apr 14, 2016 2:29 am

Failing solenoid coil, bad connection or damaged/ corroded wiring/ ground.
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Re: Astra 2002 Koltec GSI not switching to LPG

#24 Post by gerrywoods » Tue May 03, 2016 9:54 pm

Finally located a new 58X Module which has sorted the problem.
Genuine GM Part No 93182211

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