Geothermal power can be used in our homes as air-conditioners andheaters. It is renewable as the Earth is constantly making heat.
Check and replace as necessary every 20,000 miles or 2 years. Replace at 60,000 miles or every 6 years.
It has a 6 cylinder motor also known as a V6 I do not think it canrun only on 3 cylinders.
Maybe your remote is not communicating with the car. May need resetting..
1. Unlock doors with the key. Sit in driver's seat..
2. Turn ignition on. (No need to start car).
3. Turn ignition off..
4. Press remote 'lock' button till the light in the remote goes off (a few seconds)..
as long as you have got a half tidy set of tools its easy, i done one 3 days ago in aprox 4 hours , if its being removed for head gasket problems get it pressure tested and skimmed as these heads are prone to cracking and warping easy,.
i have uploaded the timing diagram to the following address ...
Remove the belt from the alternator. The belt can be removed byloosening the belt tensioner. Remove the wiring harness from thealternator. Remove the cables from the alternator. Remove theretaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
On most vehicles you unplug a connector, remove two screws, andpull the sensor off. Installation is done in reverse order.
DO NOT REMOVE WHOLE MANIFOLD UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE TO, IS IT LEAKING ABOVE THE ALTERNATOR? if so just needs a simple repair plate.
32 PSI for Std. Tires & 60 PSI for the Small Spare
On the driver side under the bonnet right side wall
I have a 1999 Nubira, and the IACV is on the throttle body next to the TP sensor. Both are black, the IACV is the smaller, round one. The TP sensor has more of a half moon shape.
very simply. Remove front passenger side wheel, there is a plastic mud gaurd like sheet that is between wheel and engine bay. remove this enough to allow you to work, three small bolt screws, 1 underneath and 2 on the side, also a plastic clip that kinda pulls off but to the right, once you can pull...
I have exactly the same problem - 2001 Leganza 2.2L Auto. Oil changed and flushed. Fault codes read. No gearbox related codes. 2nd hand trans computer tried, engine computer (ecu) tried. No success. Solenoid shift valves checked, all working with voltage check. Resistance check ok with...
There are two. The first one is under the hood. On the bottom-right side of the car, near the battery, there will be a black box that has a removeable lid. There are some fuses in there. The second one is inside of the car. On the driver's side there is a small plastic door that can be removed near...
no mine went 5 out of 6 valves gone
Behind the glovebox toward the firewall, you will see a set of wires (4-I think) that pug into a plug with two small screws holding it in. This is it, remove the plug and screws and pull straight down.
check plugs and wires first. Then fuel filter, ait, then tps then map then cranshaft sensor, The order is from cheap to expensive, You can check the sensor voltage just get a manual. Last but not least check the o2 then the cat. If non of these are at fault its more that likley a mechanical, check...
it may be your steering assist pump: check the liquid level and if it is low, add until it is close to 'MAX'.After having added the power steering liquid, turn your steering wheel all the way to the left,hold it there(you should still hear the whine), then turn it all the way to the right,hold it...
I had this question and after reading a manual I found online, I realized I had to disconnect one of the lower rubber connection tubes arriving to the radiator, that is the only way, there is no such a thing as a little faucet to open and close the circuit.
It is right below the driver wheel, above the pedals
it just means abs is activated
\nPCM is the Power Control Module The computer)
YES THE VALVES WILL HIT THE PISTONS IF TIMING BELT JUMPS OR BRAKES.
YES THE VALVES WILL HIT THE PISTONS IF TIMING BELT JUMPS OR BRAKES
I had to buy a blank key from a daewoo dealer and then I took it into a hardware store to them to cut it for me..
\nYou can get the replacement key at Home Depot, is the car key # 27R.
\nI've just been quoted £76.37 to get a Daewoo Lanos ignition key reprogrammed....
Use axle stands for safety. Jack up both rear sides of car, remove rear wheels. Use another jack under individual wheel, remove single bolt at bottom of shock absorber, lower jack under wheel, this will allow shocker to disconnect, press down on hub, spring can be removed by hand, replace spring and...
there is a "power" button on your shifter (facing driver) that basicly keeps the rpm's running little higher for that lil more umph for passing or hills or what have you
The firing order on a 2001 Daewoo Lanos Sport is 1, 3, 4, 2. Thenumber one cylinder is on the left side when viewed from the frontof the vehicle.
Yes it is. Every vehicle is designed to tow at least 1 times its own weight.
A Daewoo Leganza may use up three different types of antifreeze.Those are Valvoline, zerex, and Beck. However, you may also the usethe manufacturer's brand.
The reason is that when you shift to neutral, the engine is released from the drive, and so there is no longer a load on the motor and it momentarily speeds up. .
I don't know who taught you to drive, they didn't do a good job. You should NEVER PUT THE TRANSMISSION IN NEUTRAL WHILE THE CAR IS IN...
I had the same problem. This is the problem. The bushings on the lower right control arm are worn out. These are the GM (remember GM bought Daewoo) part numbers, 96308002 and 96492383. They run about $8.00 a piece. Unless you have hit something very, very hard, your control arms should be fine. A...
IT is an INTERFERENCE engine.
In a 2009 matiz you must gently pop out the housing (silver) from above the heating controls all the way up to the dials. It is one piece. Start at the bottom and move gently upwards. When this is done you will see the screws to remove both left and right. There are brackets screwed into the sides...
You should replace the head gasket. This repair is critical to the better performance of the vehicle, and to prevent future damage of the engine.
GIVE THIS A GO .
\nI suggest you take it to an outo electrician...........
i was told its the same fuse as the interior light
its in the footwell - dont mess with it - its 96 and its the year that obd was first installed no owner service details available , i tried shorting the pins ,like you are supposed to and the power light came on and would not extinguish (car in gear signal) car needed battery boost to start.