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The Vauxhall Omega was widely popular car in its prime. It was sought after by drivers of all kinds due to the versatility it possessed. You can tell when a car is loved, and the Omega was definitely loved. Maintaining a proper service schedule is important to keeping this car running at its full potential. Our Vauxhall Omega service manual contains detailed step by step instructions in order to help you make the most of your time.

The Vauxhall Omega was produced between 1986 and 2003. The first generation Omega was produced 1986 to 1993. It was sold as either a four door saloon version or a 5 door estate. The Omega included many firsts for a car of its kind including electronic engine management, ABS, and an on board computer for showing fuel consumption and speed. It also included air conditioning in the glove compartment as well as a stylish LCD version instrument cluster.

The first generation of the Vauxhall Omega had several different engine options available. There was a 1.8L, 2.0L, and a 2.4L 4 cylinder option. With these engine options they included a five speed manual or a four speed automatic transmission. There was also a 2.0L and a 2.3L diesel option as well as a 2.3L turbo diesel.

There were also several trim levels available for the first generation. Included were the LS, GL, GLS, and CD. The LS was the base model with the least amount of options. In 1991 the Omega received a facelift which included new interior materials.

The second generation Vauxhall Omega was produced from 1994 to 1999. It received a new modern exterior design. That combined with the powerful, fuel efficient engine kept the car in the runnings for most popular European car.

The third generation Omega was produced from 1999 until 2003. It received minor changes including front and rear exterior styling, changes to the center console, and a new electronic stability program. Some major changes included a lower grille that was integrated with the hood, new tail lights, new alloy wheels, and a new GPS system located in the console along with the air conditioning controls. There was also a 2.2L 16 valve engine introduced in 1999.

Repairs will undoubtedly be needed during the life of a car. Keeping up with these repairs can sometimes be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Our Vauxhall Omega workshop manual contains detailed instructions to help make it easier. Purchase your eManual today to get started.