Daewoo Lanos was first manufactured in 1997. At this time, they were only manufacturing sedans and the car model was a lot different than most of the more recent Daewoo Lanos cars a person would see on the market today.
Could be a coil or ICM, Ignition Control Module.
Fuel Pump! That's what happened to mine.
the brake has seized take the wheel off and beat the brake with a hammer
The Daewoo Lanos dose NOT have a transmission dip stick. The manual recomends replacing the transmission fluid every 80.000 miles. There isn't one. No kidding. This is the only car I've ever owned that doesn't have one. I can't imagine why a car would be designed this way.
if the demister does not work,you should check the contacts on the respective windshield or it also could be a problem with the relay
REPLY TO QUESTION: Does attempting to start a Daewoo Lanos 1.6L with a broken timing belt damage valves?" It depends on how badly damaged the belt is. if all the teeth are still attached to the belt and you havent sheard them off already then it could damgae the valves due to the fact the timing belt may still turn from the crank and turn the camshaft. that would be the case if the belt has strecthed and jumped a tooth on the gears. then dont attempt to start. Now if all the teeth are sheard off the belt down by the crank then the belt has no way of turning so in that case the crank will turn from the starter but it will not turn the camshaft if that is the case then it wont damage the valves. Dear Daewoo owner, As an experinced ASE cerified automotive techinican this is my opinion on the situation. ALL BROKEN TIMING BELTS ON DAEWOOS WILL CAUSE CYLINDER HEAD DAMAGE. If your crankshaft is turning, that means the pistons are going up and down in the cylinder bore, you will have atleast 3 or 4 valves all the way open the piston will hit the fully open valves and bend them if not completely break them off. I have put atleast 20 to 30 cyl. heads on Daewoos due to broken timing belts. every daewoo that breaks a t-belt will bend valves Yes and we found out the hard way.... Kabang!
Yes, as the mixture would run lean and possible misfires could occur.
Most likely the valve cover "Gaskit" and/or the "O ring" bolt seals need replacing. Regards, C-F
Sounds like the thrust bearing is worn, gearbox out to change this, may as well change clutch at same time.
If you are asking how to replace and align a timing belt. This job is best left to a professional, which you are not, or you would not ask this question. Serious engine damage will occur if done incorrectly.
I got mine at the auto zone it was $121.00 So I would call around to see if you can find it cheaper. I bought one yesterday at NAPA for 59.00 + 8.00 shipping and handling
My brother's Daewoo Lanos 2000 (using the stantard E-TECH engine) which I have been working on since about 15,000 miles has since day one had the same ticking in the engine. When I went back to the dealership I was assured that there was no problem with the car and that all of the Daewoo that use the e-tech engine (which is now also used in the Chevy Aveo and the Kia Spectra) have the same characteristic ticking. When I expressed my disbelief the dealer took me around and let me listen to most of the daewoo left on the lot. It is true that they all shared the ticking. It seems poor engineering that creates an engine that ticks. After all the ticking MUST be caused by parts that are tourching, and after a while surely it will wear away. It is worrysome but as of yet I have been unable to find a cure for this praticular problem. If there are comments about this answer please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
I started by removing the camshaft cover, then I realized the many other parts have to be removed before being able to succesfuly replace the sensor.... I also would like to know the procedure. Thanks
Check your local dealerships and also used car lots, If neither of those 2 shops have them your next bet would be checking car sites like ebay they have a wide selection of cars to choose from.
If you have a manual transmission, then it sounds like your clutch is slipping and needs to be replaced. If the RPM's of the engine are roaring and your car is barely moving, that would be my first assumption. Mechanic.
Search the web. I once found the codes on the web for all the Daewoo radios. You just have to try each one until it works. code on top of radio pull out There also should be a card with the owners manual that would say the code. I have a 2000 Lanos and the code for its radio is 6361. i don't know if they use they same code for all of them but it wouldn't hurt to try I got my Lanos without a manual, and when the battery died I had to guess the code. The good news is that unlike other cars, Lanos' radio doesn't lock if you guess incorrectly. you need to try 6*6*6*6=1296 times at the most. In average it will take you about 30 minutes. My code was 1656, so it wasn't too bad to find it.
It's an interference engine.. Expect to pay BIG $$$ to have the Bent Valves fixed on each Head.
Veins and lymphatic vessels have valves.
If one wanted to buy a Daewoo on sale, the best thing would be to buy a used Daewoo at a used car dealer, or find one being sold through the classifieds in the local paper.
The compressor may have a leak, to check you would need freon with UV dye and a light kit to check for a leak in the a/c system. * If it is leaking - replacement or possible sealing The compressor may not be cycling on due to low freon levels. * Recharge a/c system Those are the most common issues.
They would be considered incompetent valves because they are not working properly. You need all the vein valves to work properly for maximum functioning.
Yes, but not only valves will be damage. Yes, but not only valves will be damage.