TOP class first half finishing from the Motormen put them on their way to three points against their winless visitors from Yorkshire on Saturday.
Vauxhall took the lead with the first real chance of the game on nine minutes when Peter Cumiskey's measured cross-field ball was kept in play by Robbie Lawton.
Lawton then crossed the ball low from the right and Kevin Lynch fired a low shot into the corner of the net.
The Motormen doubled their advantage on 22 minutes following an impressive move between Carl Nesbitt and Neil Rigby.
The duo played a clever one-two before right back Rigby ran into space in the box and crossed to Terry Fearns, who had an easy finish in front of goal.
Vauxhall had fashioned two goals from just two opportunities and it looked like a thrashing might be coming struggling Frickley's way.
But they bounced back just three minutes later as Soner Zumrutel's cross was met by a smart finish from midfield playmaker George Santos.
The home side continued to push forward and had two more good chances before the break.
Fearns stabbed wide from Cumiskey's swirling free kick from the left and Lawton's lofted cross was met by a glancing header from Nicky Young which went inches wide.
Frickley started the second half brightly and hit both Vauxhall posts in a penalty box scramble following a corner kick with Dean Jones and Zumrutel striking the woodwork.
The visitors were undone by a free kick on 57 minutes as Rigby's long ball into the box was nodded across the box by Young and Fearns poked home from close range.
Despite a strong wind blowing in their direction, the Motormen continued to dominate but Fearns was denied his hat-trick by a smart low save from Martin Kearney.
Manager Alvin McDonald said: 'The first two goals came from some lovely football but we're still conceding silly goals and making life just that little bit harder for ourselves.'
Vauxhall: Holmes, Rigby, Thompson (McDermott 70), Brazier, Haddrell, Lynch, Nesbitt, Lawton, Cumiskey (Vicary 89), Young, Fearns (Stanhope 85).