Do you own a Vauxhall Corsa? Are you wondering how to change the oil or spark plugs? Perhaps you've just bought your Corsa D and are wondering how to open the bonnet, top up the coolant and check the other fluids?
Haynes’ 2006-2010 Vauxhall/Opel Corsa YouTube playlist can show you how to carry out all of these tasks and more, such as changing your Corsa's battery, fitting a new fuel filter to your Vauxhall, renewing the rear shock absorbers… and more.
Haynes shows you how to service and maintain your Corsa
Haynes has just added 12 videos to our YouTube channel that show you, step by step, how to carry out popular jobs on your Vauxhall Corsa.
Our YouTube playlist shows you:
- How to replace the air filter
- How to fit the spare wheel
- How to fit new wiper blades
- How to fit a new battery
- How to check the fluid levels (shown below)
- How to replace the front brake pads
- How to change the engine oil and fit a new filter
- How to change the coolant
- How to change the fuel filter
- How to renew the headlight bulbs
- How to fit a new pollen filter
- How to change the rear shock absorbers
The videos are designed to complement our print and online manuals for the Vauxhall Corsa and Corsavan with the 1.0, 1.2 and 1.4 petrol engines and the 1.3 turbodiesel engine. The manuals do not cover the Combo van, the 1.8 litre petrol engine or dual fuel models, or 1.6 litre or 1.7 litre diesels.
A Haynes Online Manual gives you all the trusted content of a printed manual, with additional features to help you get the job done. Take your entire manual with you on every journey.
Key online manual features:
- Keep your purchase forever
- All colour step-by-step guides for over 200 jobs with 700+ photos
- Image zoom feature for close-up view of jobs
- Brand-new “how to” video tutorials covering key repair tasks
- Print complete sections to take with you into the workshop
- Troubleshooting section – quickly find the cause of a problem
- Colour wiring diagrams help track problems quickly and easily
- Easy search feature – find your job fast
- Dictionary of automotive terms
- Quick links to popular DIY tasks and other jobs linked to your task
- Conversion calculator – imperial and metric units
Here’s the Corsa ‘Checking the fluid levels’ video from YouTube:
Buyer’s guide: the Vauxhall Corsa D story
The Vauxhall/Opel Corsa D model was introduced in the UK in September 2006 as a replacement for the previous Corsa, the ‘C’ model. It was available in 3- and 5-door hatchback, and 3-door van versions with 1.0-litre, 1.2-litre and 1.4-litre petrol engines, and a 1.4-litre turbodiesel engine. The engines are of the four-cylinder double overhead camshaft (DOHC) configuration, in-line type, with the exception of the 1.0-litre petrol engine which is a three-cylinder unit. The engines all have fuel injection and are fitted with a range of emission control systems.
The manual gearbox is of the five- or six-speed all-synchromesh type, with a four-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission optionally available on 1.4-litre petrol engine models. An ‘Easytronic’ manual/automatic transmission is also available on both petrol and diesel engine models.
All Corsas are front-wheel drive with fully independent front suspension and semi-independent rear suspension with a torsion beam and trailing arms.
Standard and optional equipment on the Corsa D includes electric power steering, air conditioning, remote central locking, electric windows, electric sunroof, anti-lock braking system, alarm and airbags.