I would recommend taking it to a mechanic and have them listen to it. Everyone's definition of "knocking" is slightly different. Try not to drive it for too long; engine knocks can usually cause pretty severe damage to an engine.
Code Make Description P1887 Ford Four-wheel drive control solenoid circuit failure P1887 GM TCC Release Switch Malfunction P1887 Mazda Four-wheel drive control solenoid circuit failure As its a Daewoo possible the middle one as its a gm engine Can you tell me where the obd 2 connector is on your car
did you change your gasket put a new gasket with a silacone tighten the bolts down evenly drive safe
Behind the cam drive pulleys The electrical connector is located under the top engine cover forward of #1 sparkplug. To reach the Cam Sensor it is necessary to remove the upper cam belt cover. This may require removing the “Alternator Drive Pulley” in order to get enough room to get the cover out of the way. The Cam Position sensor is behind the cam drive pulleys directly below the electrical connector.
my wife and i both drive a lanos. The things to look out for are as follows: fuel pumps are a known problem:ABS can also be a problem and people turn off the ABS light so make sure this is on when you turn key and make sure it goes off when engine starts --This also applies for Airbag light as the airbag modules failing are a known problem. Erratic revving is also a known problem when engine gets hot --so take the car for a decent test drive. Water (especially on passenger door) is another one to watch for . Some of these cars are very heavy on petrol for the engine cc. The only other problem That I know of is a "Sticky" accelerator which is a nightmare in slow traffic. These are problems in a manual gearbox car and I cannot say anything about the automatic model. If you get a good Lanos you have a cheap car that is both reliable and comfortable.
GM is now importing parts for Daewoo's You can get one for $40 plus shipping Call 800 373 7273 Chevrolet's Aveo is the same drivetrain & transmission as a Daewoo Lanos. Order the sensor from any Chevy dealer --but expect a hassle. They will pry and pry about what the VIN number of your "Aveo" is. Tell them it is an '04 equipped with an E-Tech 1 engine. This earlier sensor will fit. The same thing happened to me. GM in North America does not offer parts for vehicles sold under the Daewoo brand name from 1999-2002. In Canada, the only authorized source for Genuine Daewoo parts is Solvit, 60 Esna Park Drive, Unit 5, Markham Ontario. Contact information is available on their website at www.solvit.ca. If you're in Canada, you can get 1 from the Canadian importer for Daewoo Parts - Solvit APC in Markham, Ontario - phone 905-947-8540, fax 289-333-0081, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, but you run the risk of the engine overheating when sitting still.
When the Power button is pressed, the gear shifts at higher revs, so you can get better acceleration when outrunning other vehicle, or when driving uphills. In everyday driving, turn it of, because the car is going to be noisier and just wasting more fuel for no reason.
it sounds like your timing is out and needs re-adjusting. when the timing is out on this model it also affects the battery operation . simply put the battery isn't getting charged properley. don't replace the battery, just reset your timing and it should'NT stall any more!
It means your car has very little oil in it and if you don't put more oil in you will wreck your engine. You need to do this before you drive it anymore.
Check your front brake pads
you probably mean driver. the person sitting next to a driver is a passenger.
I understand it is by the coil. You have to remove the dog house, the coil is on the right side of the engine if you were sitting in the drivers seat.
you cant drive your car if you have hole in your engine because your engine is a propeller for your car.
Rear drive side of the engine.Rear drive side of the engine.
The only vehicle layout I know of is used to describe the location of the engine in the vehicle and where it's drive wheels are: Front engine Front Wheel Drive Front engine Rear Wheel Drive Front engine All Wheel Drive mid engine Rear Wheel Drive mid engine AWD Rear engine RWD rear engine AWD never hear pf a Mid engine FWD or rear engine FWD
it just means abs is activated
While sitting in the vehicle facing forward the left side will be on your left and the right side will be on your right.For parts on cars with sideways sitting engine/trans. while sitting in the vehicle facing forward the left side of the engine will be closest to the front of the vehicle.The driver sits in the side of the vehicle closest to the center of the road. Therefore, in the US, where vehicles drive on the right, the driver sits in the left side of the vehicle. The reverse is true in the UK, where vehicles drive on the left, the driver sits in the right side of the vehicle.
I have the 2000 model are you talking about rev/neu/ drive/ park gears?
Either a transverse engine for front wheel drive cars (and the occasional rear engine, rear wheel drive car), or a longitudinal engine for front/mid-engine, rear wheel drive cars.
yes it is a rear wheel drive Automatic transmission
You can drive a car with a cracked engine block, but it will eventually stop running. The engine will go out completely after time.
Logan, Dacia 1300, Volkswagen, Skoda, Ford, BMW, Daewoo, Hyundai, etc.
No, There are, rear engine, mid engine and all wheel drive applications as well