Monthly Archives: January 2018

Corsa D ABS Fault. Pulling to the right.

This Corsa (D) ABS pump is a very common failure for all Vauxhall Corsa vehicles built between 2006 and 2014, the common fault is complete lack of braking effort to the front left brake caliper, this results in the vehicle pulling to the right side of the road during braking. This can be dangerous during emergency braking conditions as the car will swerve quite hard to the right hand side during very heavy braking.

If you have tried to diagnose the problem then you will have noticed that no brake fluid is reaching the left side front brake caliper so it is impossible to bleed the left side front brake. This problem is caused by the left front outlet within the faulty ABS pump so no amount of flushing or bleeding will solve the issue.

Replacing the ABS pump with a new one from the Vauxhall dealer is a very expensive option and you will only get a 1 year warranty on the new part.

We are now able to fully rebuild your own Corsa ABS pump for a fraction of the cost of a new unit from the dealers.

We can also supply fully remanufactured replacement units directly from stock (when available).

Both options above come with our unlimited mileage lifetime warranty* as standard.