VAUXHALL produced a magnificent display on Monday night to secure a crucial win in their quest for survival.
The Motormen took the game to their high-flying hosts from the start with Phil Brazier seeing an early chance cleared off the line before striker Thomas Rooney fired over the bar.
Hyde twice went close before Vauxhall finally went ahead on 39 minutes thanks to a superb 30-yard free kick from midfielder Brian Moogan which flew into the top corner.
After the break Motors continued to pile on the pressure and were rewarded on 58 minutes when forward Karl O'Donnell doubled the visitors advantage after running clear to lob Tim Dittmer's long ball over the advancing Ndjebayi from 25 yards out.
Hyde grabbed a fortunate lifeline when Motors' Phil Brazier hit a strong clearance which rebounded off home player Jones into the net.
The hosts' keeper was then dismissed for a horrendous tackle on O'Donnell with 12 minutes remaining before Mike Garrity restored Vauxhall's two-goal advantage with a fine drive from 30 yards which left substitute keeper Lynch rooted to the spot.
But Hyde once again gave themselves hope with a debut goal from Quayle just three minutes from time and, even then, both goals enjoyed a charmed life before the final whistle confirmed three valuable points for the Motormen.
A delighted Vauxhall chairman Alan Bartlam said: 'It was the best football we've played for a long time and had we been a bit more clinical with our chances it could have been seriously emphatic.
'The result suggests the game was on a knife edge but we were always in control and played some tremendous football.'
Vauxhall: Dittmer, Moogan, McDermott, Brazier, McNulty, O'Donnell, Garrity, Rooney, Cumiskey, Lawton, Lawless. Subs: Duffy, Thomas, Martindale, Field, Spellman.
On Saturday the Motormen host mid-table Lancaster City (3pm)