WINGER Stuart Whittaker made a shock return for the Motormen on Saturday as they got back to winning ways.
Alan Griffiths, Mike Garrity, Thomas Rooney and Karl O'Donnell all reappeared after injury lay-offs but strikers Lee Furlong, on the bench, and Anthony Wright were both suffering with flu.
The big surprise of the day, however, was the return of Whittaker just days after doctors told him he would be out for up to a month due to an ankle injury.
The visitors took the lead on 21 minutes when Brian Moogan fired home a 25-yard free-kick through a wall of players. Motors keeper Sean Lake was then forced into a number of good saves by Trinity before Moogan fired a warning shot across their bows towards the end of the half.
Trinity's 65th-minute substitute Mark Bett made an instant impact by volleying home a stunning equal-iser over the head of Lake within a minute of his introduction.
But Vauxhall struck the winner just three minutes from the end as O'Donnell cut in from wide out right, beat two defenders and unleashed a drilled shot from just inside the area.
Vauxhall: Lake, Moogan, Dames, Griffiths, McNulty, Field, Garrity, Lawless, O'Donnell, Whittaker (Addo 79), Martindale (Rooney 74). Subs: Macauley, Furlong, Spellman. Attendance: 358.