1991 Opel Kadett E

1991 Opel Kadett E
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Opel Kadett E Problems
Starter not swinging and no spark
1993, Bend valves, did everything to correct
problem, issue now is,the battery full
Fuel supply?
1997, Good Day My Opel Kadett 200is seems to
have a fuel supply problem. After running low
Correct alternator belt
1995, Need to know the correct length of
alternator belt as there is a fixed bracket
holding t...

Kadett E
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1991 Kadett E
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Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:1400 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Manual
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FF
Price (out of date):$2500

1991 Opel Kadett E specs, Engine size 1400cm3, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Manual

The Opel Kadett is a small family car produced by the German automaker Opel between 1937 and 1940, then from 1962 to 1992.

Delta in South Africa used the Opel Kadett name until 1999.

In 1929, Adam Opel AG of Rüsselsheim, Germany, was acquired by General Motors. The Opel brand was maintained in various markets.

In 1937, the first Opel Kadett was added to the Opel range. Production was interrupted by World War II.

Production facilities of the Kadett were transported to Russia after the war, and thus this early Kadett formed the basis for the Moskvitch 400/ 420.

The first Opel Kadett after the war appeared in October 1962; 649,512 cars were built until July 1965. It was later called the Kadett A. In addition to the standard saloon there was an L (luxury model), a coupé, and an estate (called Caravan). The new Opel OHV engine was available as 1.0 with 40hp (30 kW) and as 1.0 S with 48hp (36 kW).

British TV presenter Richard Hammond paid £1200 in Botswana, Africa, for a yellowish green 1963 Kadett for use in a 2007 Top Gear challenge (series 10, episode 4). Though it leaked loads of petrol and had only one working front brake, Richard emotionally bonded to the Kadett almost instantly, claimed it was "the happiest car in the world" and named it "Oliver". Oliver ran flawlessly until Hammond sank it in water over the bonnet trying to ford a river; Hammond, refusing to admit defeat, worked all night to get Oliver running again. On the next episode, Richard admitted he loved Oliver so much that he shipped Oliver to the UK, saying: "Oliver loves me so he is coming home." Co-host Jeremy Clarkson quipped, "He only wants a British passport." Finally in England, Oliver makes occasional reappearances in the TV studio including on the November 2nd edition of the show when Hammond had to hill start a lorry in front of Oliver as part of the HGV challenge. Oliver now co-stars in TV show "Richard Hammond's Blast Lab" on kids channel CBBC.

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