Out driving my Vectra B Automatic today and the engine management light came on, noticed a drop in power and wouldn't rev above 4.5k. Obviously dropped into Limp Home Mode, so I thought either Camshaft or Crankshaft Sensor. Got home and plugged in OPCOM and up came the P0340 code (Camshaft Intermittent). So last time this happened about 3 to 4 years ago, I got the modified new Sensor and had to get a new Sensor wiring loom and that cost about £95 on Vauxhall Trade price, so genuine parts so a little miffed that the genuine Vauxhall Sensor had failed. Went to the local Vauxhall Dealer to get a new or order a Sensor on Trade prices for around £45 I thought it would be, had a shock when I was told £78 now, after I picked myself up off the floor, the Parts guy said that loads of parts have gone up since the PSA Groupe takeover of Vauxhall Opel and that a load of items have been taken off Trade prices now. He was kind enough to give me the correct Part number for the sensor (24445139). Back home I checked ebay and called Vaux-World to check their parts stock, they had a non genuine part so ordered this immediately via phone, maybe here tomorrow or Thursday. The guy at Vaux-World confirmed that PSA Groupe had bumped up the price of a load of older VX parts and had deleted loads off the VX Trade price list, so backing up my Dealer's Parts guy comment. Damm PSA, hate that company with a vengence !