Opel Movano - Conversion Guidelines

THE OPEL MOVANO CONVERSION GUIDELINES.

The Opel Movano has many faces – and it adapts to an enormous range of requirements more easily than almost any other Opel commercial vehicle. Opel has published these guidelines to help bodybuilders with the various stages of conversion. You will find all the relevant information below as PDF downloads.

Here are all the facts you need. Just one click and you’ll find practical guidelines with all the technical data on standard sections, chassis versions, additional information and electronics.

Content Part 1

  • Power train range
  • Chassis marking and reading the manufacturer’s plate
  • Reference system and interpreting dimensions
  • Main views and dimensions
  • Partitions between cab and loading compartment
  • Panel van standard sections
  • Glazing
  • Loading area sections
  • Sliding door accessibility
  • Rear door, dimensions and access
  • Lashing points
  • Platform cab, under-floor cross sections
  • Platform cab, position of connections on side sill
  • Platform cab; position of connections on cabin
  • Chassis cab, position of body brackets
  • Chassis cab, installation of a body
  • Rear underride protection
  • Cross section of rear wheel
  • Wheelbase extension for chassis cab and platform cab
  • Modifying the rear overhang

Content Part 2

  • Dash panel cross member
  • Cab floor drilling area
  • Drilling area on rear floor of panel van
  • Cab roof for campervan
  • Mirrors
  • Air extraction
  • Tires and turning circle
  • Spare wheel
  • Airbag deployment volume
  • Seats
  • Seat belts
  • Lamp installation – European regulations
  • Height of cab roof
  • Ground clearance
  • Conversion limits with esp
  • Installation and attachment of equipment on dashboard
  • Vehicle speed restriction
  • Table of equipment weights
  • Additional weight on doors
  • Assembling a second heater unit
  • Installing additional air-conditioning
  • Installing an additional boiler

Content Part 3

  • Folding parking brake
  • Roof racks and roof bars
  • Trailer hitch
  • Integrated step in rear bumper
  • Tachograph
  • Sunroof and emergency exit
  • Rear and front suspension
  • Power take-off, front wheel drive
  • Power take-off, rear wheel drive
  • Power take-off on gearbox, rear wheel drive
  • Preparing for cold countries
  • Fuel supply system
  • Exhaust system
  • Brake system
  • Translation of the fuel tank filler pipe
  • Maximum authorized load per axle
  • Cherry picker on panel van
  • Prohibited conversion types
  • Lift tailgate
  • Determining the centre of gravity

Content Part 4

  • Position of electrical grounds
  • Battery location
  • Electrical currents available
  • 6 pin connector for conversions, “kpd” option
  • Can bus interface module, “kc6” option
  • Cell wiring connection
  • Electrical connections
  • +12 v current distribution
  • Engine running information
  • Accelerated idle, “uf3” option
  • Parking brake information
  • Position of wiring installation
  • ABS wiring installation
  • Installation of electrical components
  • Engine interconnections unit
  • Passenger compartment fuse-relay box
  • Multiplexed can network
  • Lights and signaling light information
  • Daytime running lights
  • Switch installation
  • 16-watt side indicators, “uzb” option
  • Installation of an additional battery
  • Driver’s audible seat belt warning
  • Extended rear wiring, “unf” option
  • Modifiable ecu settings
  • Interior lighting
  • Electric plug for trailerhitch
  • Reconstructing opening panel functions
  • Remote engine start and stop
  • Deactivation of airbags and seat belt pretensioners
  • Connection to the negative battery terminal
  • Connection to the positive battery terminal
  • Routing airbag and pre-tensioner wiring

Content Part 5

  • Panel van – hole pattern of the side panel inside

Content Part 6

  • Body surfaces for vehicle decals and advertising (serigraphy)